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These are my favorite cloud shapes. Period. Yes, I really do sing "Fat Bottom Girls" by Queen when I'm playing with these dies. I close the door to my studio, so I don't embarrass the family. *grin*
I loved being able to use some of my Card Shoppe scraps with this technique--and that it was so easy! All you have to do is scale the length and width of the strips you are working with to accomodate whatever size die you want to cut them out with, after they've been pieced together. This die was on the smaller side, so my strips were 3/4" wide, and about 2 3/4" long. They were a little on the long side (the die is only a little over 1" in height), however that also made it easier to hang onto them when cutting them from corner to corner/diagonally to get the effect of those rays.
You can apply the same technique to an entire card front, if you want, but you will want to make sure your strips are long enough, and wide enough, in scale to accommodate that large a surface area.
Happy clouds, happy Mundane! *wink*