Monday, November 27, 2017

Masking Technique with DT Cheryl

Hello Crafty Friends! It's Cheryl with the DT here to share you how I use the Masking Technique in my planner layouts!



First I stamped out the images I'd like to mask onto sticky-note paper and then I fussy cut. If you'd like, you can add some extra "stick" to your masks by using a tape runner that has a removable adhesive. 


Double Masking: I'd like for the little girl to hold the cat umbrella in her hand and have some of the umbrella behind her head.

Since I had to position two stamps and two masks I used a stamp press. First I positioned the mask of the little girl's head and the rest of her body so that I can position the umbrella in her head and behind her head. Then I close the stamp press to mount the umbrella stamp on the stamp press lid and then remove the post-it note that had the little girl's body. Ink up the umbrella and stamp!


Then I aligned the clear stamp of the little girl and pressed the stamp cover down to mount the stamp and remove the "head mask" and add the mask for the umbrella handle. Ink up the little girl clear stamp and stamp!



There you have it! A little girl holding a cute kitty cat umbrella in her hand!


Simple Masking: I wanted to have the little girl in the panda hoodie holding the little froggie umbrella. 

First you stamp the umbrella out and then apply the mask.


 Then you position the little girl in the panda hoodie and stamp over the masked image. 

There you go! Two cute little girls holding adorable Umbrellas!

Masking to create Faux-Washi: My planner had a cute pattern on the punched side of the page so I thought I could make a faux-washi by masking off part of the page with a large sticky-note paper and then use distress oxide inks. 



To finish it off I added a little bit more distress oxide inks to highlight the cute little kiddies, and then added the fussy cut images onto my planner page. Then I colored the stamped images using alcohol markers and there you have it! :)





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