Thursday, 22 September 2016

Stampin Up Masking technique

I just the live the gorgeous Stampin Up ink pads as they coordinate with all the lovely cardstock and dsp, but the are also super for blending and adding fabulous background appertures to stamp on.

This is using peekaboo peach, sweet sugarplum and rich razzleberry. Choose a stamp to add the silhouette I chose the hostess set fabulous flora. A quick mount and you have a fabulous card.

I cut the mounts with the Stampin Up oval framelits, but you could use circles, squares or intact any shape you want.

Thus one is using a circle again by blending colours you can get a lovely evening sunset sky. The effect is quite stunning and is quite easy to achieve.

This one is using the negative image from the butterfly thinlet die. So you can see the options are endless and the effect is always beautiful. This time I used the gorgeous grunge lines to add effect before removing the mask.

So have fun and see what you can achieve, Stampin Up products are available through demonstrators like me Jane Allmark only. So click on the link above and use me as your demonstrator of choice at checkout.

Have a fun day.