The "floating" technique has been the new big thing recently - so of course I incorporated it into my Team Training Day Display projects in June. There weren't any small enough images in the stamp set so I fussy cut these smaller blooms from 1 sheet of DSP.
This technique was created by a lady whose husband is a scientist and he actually developed the concept of the Glad Press & Seal wrap. It's not readily available in the UK, and I purchased a roll of this through Amazon and it just lasts and lasts. I've had the same roll for 5 years now! The concept of this technique is to lay all your images out on a piece of card stock, place the Press & Seal over all the pieces and the Press & Seal makes it stick together in one piece. You trim off the excess, place it in your die cutting machine, die cut it with your desired die shape, apply dimensionals over all the pieces on the reverse, adhere it to your card base before removing the Press & Seal layer and you get this "floating" effect of all the die cuts on your card.
Then you can use the negative, and make a second card with it.
Enjoy your Sunday - thanks for popping by!