Sending Crafty Hugs

Hi there, crafty friends. I’m back again today with more inspiration using Simon Says Stamp’s new release HERE

I started with a tall, slimline card panel measuring 3.5 x 9 inches. I stamped all the bunnies from THIS adorable stamp set and did a lot of masking with THIS masking paper. When masking images, make sure to stamp the image you want in front first, then mask and stamp the image behind it on top of the masked image. For example, the bunny holding the envelope. I stamped the envelope first, applied masking paper on top and then stamped the bunny. Once all of the images were masked off, I ink blended a rainbow background using Distress inks and blender brushes. I spritzed on some water with THIS to create some droplets in the background for added texture.

Once all of the masks were removed, I colored in the images with Copic Markers and stamped a coordinating sentiment from the same stamp set.

For finishing touches, I added THIS to the eyes and went back in with THIS to add the white back in. That really makes the eyes pop. I also added some of THIS to the die-cutting machine, die container, and the tip of the paintbrush for some shine.

I hope this inspires you to try creating a one layer scene with masking.

Thanks so much for stopping by. Happy crafting!

I’ve linked to the entire Crafty Hugs release as well as supplies used on today’s card.




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    December 22, 2020

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  3. Beth Rodriguez
    May 31, 2020

    LOVE! I love this card. I am new to card making, I’m going to have to learn more about masking. Thank you!


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