In The Meadow Mossy Deer

Today’s card used the same design as my last post. It is a another clean and simple, almost one layer card using In the Meadow stamp set from the Occasions Catalogue. I am going to enter this for the February livelovecards.com challenge too.

I added a 1 cm strip of Mossy Meadow cardstock down the left hand side of a Thick Whisper White card base. I stamped the background image from You’ve Got This with Crumb Cake. The deer were then stamped with Early Espresso and coloured with an Aqua Painter. I then masked the deer and added the trees. To complete the card is a sentiment from Sassy Salutations.

In The Meadow Mossy Deer

As you can see from this and the previous post, this design, and any sentiment can create a perfect masculine card.

Supplies used:
Cardstock: Thick Whisper White, Mossy Meadow
Ink: Crumb Cake. Early Espresso, Mossy Meadow
Stamps: In The Meadow, Sassy Salutations, You’ve Got This
Accessories: Aqua Painter

Stampin’ Up! – what’s happening now:

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2 comments

  1. Thanks for asking Robbie. To create a mask, stamp the deer on to a sticky note. Fussy cut them, then add the sticky note mask over the stamped deer on the art panel. Stamp the trees and remove the masks.
    You can use the masking technique for any projects. The main thing to remember is that the objects you want to appear towards the front should be stamped first – such as the deer appearing to be in front of the trees here.
    Let me know if you have any further queries.
    Happy stamping.

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