It's actually easier then you think and there are a couple of great tutorials over at Splitcoaststampers to guide you: Spotlighting Technique and Reverse Spotlighting Technique.
A Day For Daisies has so very generously provided the DT with some cute digis to play with and, hopefully, inspire you to have a go at this technique. For my project I'm using an adorable digi called Night Time Prayer.
|The papers are from Crate Paper's Toy Box 6x6 pad. To cut and layer the image I used Spellbinder dies. Simple embellies: 4 bling and some blue gingham ribbon. That sweet sentiment is by Kathryne of Stamp Art Design.|
|Here's a close-up of the image. I coloured the cute little teddy with SN markers. This images speaks volumes of the innocence of a child. And, there's a lesson in it for all of us. Know that He is listening. Love it!|
|Couldn't resist using the blocks inside.|
I'm also playing with these challenges: Craft Deebowz July Challenge "Anything Goes with Handmade Bow"; Cutie Pie Challenge #48 "Cute and Cuddly"; Love To Create #73 "Ribbon and Bling"; Make It Monday #148 "Anything Goes"; Love to Scrap #9 "Anything Goes" and Markerpop #26 "Anything Goes".