This image is from OddBall Art and you can see their BLOG here and their SHOP here.
1. I figure out how many layers I will end up with. Then I print/stamp out that many of the image (make sure it's the same size; I cut-and-paste after I size my first image...don't worry about this if it's not a digital stamp).
2. I color up my first image, keeping out the colors (pencils, markers, etc.) I use so that I don't forget and color the other images wrong by mistake.
3. Label the images and color the coordinating parts.
4. Cut out carefully and ink your edges (if applicable). *Note: I did not ink my edges for the tutorial so that you could see better. I will ink them before using this element on my project.*
5. I use my scraps (notice it's my notes this time) to punch out small (or large) circles and make my own dimensionals. I find that I'm really picky about the thickness of store bought dimensionals, so I just glue these together until I reach the desired thickness. I also have greater control over the dimension when layering over other elements.
6. Put together your image. Let dry completely and I put mine under weight (like acrylic blocks) to promote flatness.
Let me know if you have any questions. :)
You can see this project soon! It will be HERE when available.
Thanks for looking! I hope this finds you happy and healthy.
I would like to enter this tip into Top Tip Tuesday's Challenge.