To create this effect you need to use the Stamp-A-Majig and a combination of light and dark ink pads that work together to create the drop-shadow effect.
The first image is stamped onto White or Vanilla card stock using the paler ink. The next step is to stamp the image onto your imaging sheet (this comes in the Stamp -A-Majig box) and then line it up so it is just off-centre of the original image. Position the arm, ink your stamp up again, this time with the darker colour and stamp onto the cardstock. (I hope my instructions make sense!)
I demonstrated the cards above at the Sydney Papercrafts Festival a couple of weekends ago with the Baroque Motifs stamp set.
Here’s what else I used to create these cards (all from Stampin’ Up!):
Ink: Groovy Guava, Blush Blossom, Blue Bayou, Soft Sky, Sahara Sand and Perfect Plum Classic Ink Pads.
Card Stock: Blush Blossom, Groovy Guava, Blue bayou, Soft Sky, Perfect Plum, Pale Plum, Whisper White, Very Vanilla.
Embellishments: Cream Half Pearl from Pretties Kit, Blue Ice Circle Rhinestone Brad, Antique Brass Vintage Brad, Kraft Taffeta Ribbon, Blue Bayou Double Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon, Stampin’ Dimensionals, paper piercer, Stamp-A-Majig, Paper Snips.
If you want to try this technique at home email me and I’ll ship all the supplies needed straight to you anywhere in Australia.