If you’ve never tried masking techniques for card making you’ll find this fun. Masking lets you stamp images so they appear to be overlapping.
The 4 greeting cards I made feature the gorgeous Delicate Dahlia stamp set. I chose to use only one of the stamps in the set and combined it with the masking technique but you can use the outline stamp for the flower and try some coloring & blending techniques too.
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Just wait until you see how easy masking techniques for card making can be! AND what creative card ideas you can come up with using this technique.
Masking Techniques for card making- Oh, What Fun!
Love learning how to make a card with easy techniques? This masking technique is easy and it will have you looking at your other stamp sets to make more cards that use the masking technique. This is your complete guide with all the tips you need in the video!
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Are you ready to try masking techniques in your card making? Would you use this stamp or another one? I’d love to hear!
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Melon Mambo and Granny Apple Green inks were used for this card. Using Post-it-notes for the masking technique helps you to stamp the leaves so they appear behind the flower. Don’t miss the video for all the other tips I share to make masking card techniques easy and successful!
After stamping the Dahlia with the masking technique I colored the Dahlia with the Light Daffodil Delight Stampin’ Blend; then used the darker marker for random touches of shading.
This one might be my favorite! I used Highland Heather Light and Dark Stampin’ Blends and focused the darker coloor in the center. The leaves were colored with Soft Succulent Stampin’ Blend!
Make your masked flower shimmer & shine–add Wink of Stella! Wink of Stella is a great way to add glitter without the mess!
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