Friday, March 14, 2014

Masking  homework piece. I am often all thumbs when it comes to stamping cute little images to make a patten or a pleasing arrangement...but this masking might solve my placement issues.

I created the mask using two spellbinder dies on masking paper.  I placed the outer portion and the inner portion of the mask down, and began adding my leaves, flowers, and finally filler dots. I stamped my sentiment last, with the help of a stamp positioner. I am enjoying this masked look.

All inks were Hero Arts - Bubblegum, Butterbar, Green Hills, Navy
Stamp Hero Arts  CG351 Just Because.
Edited to add...the flowers and bits and leaves are from the Mama Elephant set Waterblooms.
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  1. Oooh, this came out great! I lack the gene for fussy stamping. I might have to give it a go, though, if I can find a set to use.

  2. Thanks so much for your nice comment on my card. You are doing a great job with your cards for the class. I follow exactly what they do but yours are really clever and different. Great job!

  3. Absolutely gorgeous! Really nice combination of stamps and colors.

  4. Love this pretty spring design, Cat. The colors really do sing spring!

  5. I only tried that once & wasn't very successful, but looks like you nailed it first time! This is beautiful, Cat!

  6. So beautiful, Cat! I love your color combo and how fabulous that you used 2 different masks for this card! Beautiful design...stunning card!


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