Thursday, September 24, 2015

Reason #3 - Animal Greetings Operation Smile Stamp Set - Masking Technique

I am moving in the right direction to reach my goal! Sale 20 Animal Greeting stamps sets to help change a child's smile through Operation Smile.

How cute is this card I created using the masking technique! I paired this stamp set with the Zoe paper pack. I cut the bow out using the Artiste cricut cart. The sentiment is from the So Many Smiles stamp set and the heart is from the For Family stamp set.

The images were colored using the ShinHan markers.


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3 comments:

  1. Absolute adorable. How did u use the masking technique. Thx for sharing

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    1. Hi Karla...Thank you for stopping by!! All you do is stamp your image and cut it out. Stamp on the paper then place the cut out stamped image "mask" on top of the image you stamped. This will allow you to stamp on top of the "mask" without the new image you stamp overlapping where you can see it. I messed up a little on the first cats face but I didn't want to start over lol hopefully that makes sense.

      I went up the paper so I started by masking the cat to stamp the dog. I masked the cat and dog to stamp the raccoon. I masked the raccoon to stamp the pig. I masked the pig to stamp the dog. I masked the pig and dog to stamp the cat. Mask the dog to stamp that last raccoon.

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  2. Absolute adorable. How did u use the masking technique. Thx for sharing

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Thanks for the comment love :-)