Masking

Today I am applying a technique I learned whilst attending our team retreat over the weekend.

The lovely Janice showed us how to mask. By doing this a shape can be created surrounded by colour still allowing for stamping.

The retreat project used a circle cut from a post-it note. I have switched it up and used the pretty label punch instead.

I went with a floral theme, selecting stamps from the Beautiful Bouquet stamp set and purple pink tones of ink.

The same set contained the sentiment, which was stamped in Garden Green ink.

The piece was cut down and layered on to coordinating card stock.

The card base was also stamped before adhering the topper.

I finished off the card with some of the new rhinestones….even more sparkly than before! 

I hope you enjoyed this project. The supplies used are listed and linked below.

Happy Stampin’!

Verity x

Product List 

Whisper White A4 Card Stock

Whisper White A4 Card Stock

[106549]

£8.25

Pretty Label Punch

Pretty Label Punch

[143715]

£16.00

Rich Razzlebberry Classic Stampin' Pad

Rich Razzlebberry Classic Stampin’ Pad

[126950]

£6.00

Perfect Plum Classic Stampin' Pad

Perfect Plum Classic Stampin’ Pad

[126963]

£6.00

Wisteria Wonder Classic Stampin' Pad

Wisteria Wonder Classic Stampin’ Pad

[126985]

£6.00

Blushing Bride Classic Stampin' Pad

Blushing Bride Classic Stampin’ Pad

[131172]

£6.00

Rose Red Classic Stampin' Pad

Rose Red Classic Stampin’ Pad

[126954]

£6.00

Pear Pizzazz Classic Stampin' Pad

Pear Pizzazz Classic Stampin’ Pad

[131180]

£6.00

Garden Green Classic Stampin' Pad

Garden Green Classic Stampin’ Pad

[126973]

£6.00

Wisteria Wonder A4 Card Stock

Wisteria Wonder A4 Card Stock

[124389]

£7.25

Card Stock A4 Pear Pizzazz

Card Stock A4 Pear Pizzazz

[131290]

£7.25

Rhinestone Basic Jewels

Rhinestone Basic Jewels

[144220]

£4.50

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One thought on “Masking”

  1. Such an effective technique, looks brilliant and simple enough for anyone to do it !

    The colour combination is fantastic too ! Really shows off how wonderful the Stampin’ Up! Ink looks when you use it.

    Like

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