It is my honor to be a guest designer for www.stampingscrapping.com
for October. Each week I will feature a different technique with a Magnolia stamp.
Week 1: Masking
Week 2: Dry Embossing
Week 3: Sepia Tones or E-card or only using E copics to color image
Week 4: Flower Soft
Week One is all about Masking! This technique perfect for Tilda cards. It gives the stamper the ability to position Tilda on furniture or in front of scenery.
I will do my best to explain how I used this technique to create this card. I'm only human, so if you have a question. PLEASE ask!!
Step 1: Stamp Tilda in Memento Ink on white Card stock
Step 2: Stamp Tilda in Memento ink on top of post it note or scrap piece of card stock. This will become your mask.
Step 3: Cut the Tilda you stamped on the post it note or scrap paper out. Do your best to get as close to the lines as possible.
Step 4: Place your mask on top of the Tilda you stamped on your original piece of card stock.
Step 5: Stamp the African Sunset on top of your masked image.
Step 6: Remove mask. The mask should have protected Tilda from getting any ink on her. The Sunset image should be in the background.
Step 7: Color and finish your card as desired.
Additional Note: I cut a mask for the "moon". Then put the mask for the moon and Tilda back on my original card stock. Then I sponged purple ink create the sky. The masked protected my colored images from the sponge.
I can't wait to see you create! See you next week with an embossed creation.