These are such fun cards to make. Not to mention EASY! If you watched the Live Stream you already know how to make them but if you haven’t watched it yet you’re in the right place to learn how to make Eclipse Cards.
How to make Eclipse Cards
While I had to actually google what an Eclipse Card was, I came to realize I already knew what it was, I just didn’t know it had a name. Did you know that’s what this type of card is called? Did you already know how to make Eclipse Cards or is this your first time?
With so many cards, techniques, styles, and more out there, it’s sometimes hard to keep track of what’s what. At least now I know what this style is called. At the end of my video, I did second guess myself but one of my viewers linked me to a video from Stampin’ Up! making this exact style of card. Apparently, whenever you raise an image on a card front, it’s called an Eclipse Card. Now we all know! haha I won’t type out how I made every card as you can see them in the video. However, I will list everything I used to make all 4 cards down below in this post.
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