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Wednesday’s Card: Flower Mask

Flower Mask

Hi everyone,

I actually created this card last week and now I’m finally getting around to posting it! Unlike everyone else, my kids are not on Spring Break this week – they have Spring Break in mid-April. So, hopefully you moms out there will get a break to watch my video!! There was absolutely NO traffic on the way to my Zumba class yesterday – it was so nice. And, I had a man attend my class for the first time… he was awesome!! He definitely had the moves.

Anyway, onto today’s card… I used a masking technique. I used a mask that I purchased from Michael’s by Tim Holtz. But, you don’t have to buy a mask. You can make one by stamping an image onto a post-it and cutting it out. I used post-its to mask the outside edges. I heat-embossed the sentiment because I wanted it to be as bright as the gel pen. With White Craft Ink, the image isn’t quite so bright.

I have been on a complete shopping spree this week. I’ve made purchases from Stampin’ Up!, Two Peas in a Bucket, and Hero Arts. My next cards will be using all my new goodies!! I plan to make another post this weekend, so look for it!

Enjoy!

Supplies:

  • Stampin’ Up! Thank You Kindly Stamp Set
  • Tim Holtz Flower Mask
  • Stampin’ Up! Cardstock: Not Quite Navy, Whisper White, Chocolate Chip
  • Stampin’ Up! Not Quite Navy Ink
  • Stampin’ Up! Sponge
  • Versamark Ink
  • Stampin’ Up! White Embossing Powder
  • Uni-ball Signo Broad White Gel Pen
  • Stampin’ Up! Flower Fusion Old Olive Flower
  • Stampin’ Up! Old Olive Striped Grosgrain 5/8 Inch Ribbon
  • Stampin’ Up! Dimensionals

Comments

  1. wrote on March 17th, 2010 at 10:28 am

    Becki Jo

    Thank you for the video tutorial. It was awesome. I’ll be trying that soon. I haven’t started heat embossing yet, but that’s my next step.

    Again TFS

    bj

  2. wrote on March 17th, 2010 at 4:13 pm

    Pammi P

    I loved your card so much I had to check it out. So glad that I did, you did a geat job. Thank you so much for sharing. I cannot wait to go home and try it myself. :)!

  3. wrote on March 19th, 2010 at 6:38 pm

    NADINE D

    love the detail TFS

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