Reverse Masking with Prized Peony

Sorry about the delay with this one – it was due to be posted on Sunday. This is all about masking.

Tips:

  • This card uses both masking and reverse masking.
  • Start with the reverse masking:
    • Stamp the focal image in the centre of a Basic White cardstock layer.
    • Die cut masking paper with the die that matches the image.
    • Place the negative die cut of the masking paper around the stamped image.
    • Use Blending Brushes and ink to colour the image.
    • Remove the masking paper.
  • Now the masking:
    • Place the masking paper from the die cut image over the coloured image.
    • Lightly sponge the background using Blending Brushes.
    • Add a Decorative Mask and use Blending Brushes to colour through the mask.
    • Remove the mask and the masking paper.
  • Wrap some white Baker’s Twine around the lower part of the panel and attach it to a card base.
  • Stamp sentiment on Basic White cardstock with Rich Razzleberry ink and fussy cut.
  • Attach sentiment to a piece of Rich Razzleberry cardstock and fussy cut around it in the same shape as the white piece. Add to card using Dimensionals.
  • Supplies:
    • Stamp Set: Prized Peony
    • Cardstock: Rich Razzleberry, Basic White
    • Ink: Rich Razzleberry, Soft Sea Foam, Shaded Spruce
    • Accessories: White Baker’s Twine, Peony Dies, Basic Pattern Decorative Masks, masking paper, Blending Brushes, Dimensionals
    • Techniques; Masking, Reverse Masking

… inside and envelope


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