Category: Magical Masking

Magical Masking with Nature’s Harvest

Magical Masking with Nature’s Harvest

Have you ever thought about using Masking Tape to create beautiful backgrounds for your paper crafting projects? Keep reading to find out how. The Magical Masking technique is a create way to create a unique background every time with some ink pads and masking tape. You can create different looks by using Basic White cardstock … Continue reading Magical Masking with Nature’s Harvest

Magical Masking with Bouquet Blooms for the RemARKably Creative Blog Hop

Magical Masking with Bouquet Blooms for the RemARKably Creative Blog Hop

Welcome to the RemARKably Creative Blog Hop for July 2018. You may be starting the blog tour here at my blog, Annette Sullivan (Lavender Thoughts), or may have come from the person previous to me on the list. If you get off track at any time, the full lineup in the link below will help you … Continue reading Magical Masking with Bouquet Blooms for the RemARKably Creative Blog Hop

Magical Masking with Rooted in Nature and High Tide

Magical Masking with Rooted in Nature and High Tide

A quick and easy background with some masking tape and ink pads is the post for today. Tips: Take a piece of masking tape and swipe it across an ink pad, then swipe it across the Watercolor Paper. Swipe a second time across the Watercolor Paper without reinking for an ombre look. Repeat with all … Continue reading Magical Masking with Rooted in Nature and High Tide

Creative Crew May 2014 Challenge 1

Creative Crew May 2014 Challenge 1

I know that I have been rather quiet lately on the blog front. This is because I have been working on my projects for the latest Splitcoaststampers Creative Crew Challenges. Yes, I am very pleased to announce that I have been asked to join the team again for the May - August challenges. The first … Continue reading Creative Crew May 2014 Challenge 1

Magical Masking

Magical Masking

I am trying to keep up to date with my Splitcoaststampers challenges this week. I find they keep me on my toes for inspiration. Today, I have combined the Technique and Colour Challenges. The technique is Magical Masking. Using strips of masking tape run across ink pads and pressed quickly against glossy cardstock, you get … Continue reading Magical Masking