CASE a Masking Project from either catalogue:
I've chosen the image on the left of Page 26:
I used a page from a telephone directory to tear my edging and held a piece of Basic White cardstock in place with washi tape then added my masking over the top with more washi tape. Using the Blender Brush I used first Daffodil Delight, then Bumblebee finishing with Calypso Coral to create the background.
The Lovely You images are stamped with Soft Succulent ink. I randomly stamped the patterns, with one of the patterns being stamped twice to make it a little darker. I didn't like the gold embossed image I chose so swapped it out for two pieces of foliage diecut with the Meadow Dies from Soft Succulent and Evening Evergreen cardstock.
The base card is Evening Evergreen and the DSP used is Tidings of Christmas.The greeting stamped in Soft Succulent from So Lovely was diecut with a Meadow Die and added over the stems with Stampin' Dimensionals.
We hope you get the chance to join the challenge this week. Mask up and show us what you create using the link over on the right before next Sunday evening.
OH this is just perfect masking!! I love your colour choices and the torn edge is just fabulous!!ReplyDelete
A great way to showcase a different type of masking. Great card.ReplyDelete
What a great technique!! Looks stunning!ReplyDelete