Border Buddies Saturday Patsy Here.
Today I want to share with you how to do some masking to create an image in front of another.
I am going to show you how create the look of the trees behind the Model T car. The trees are from the Lovely as a Tree stamp set found in the Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog and the Guy Greetings stamp set from the Occasions Catalog.
First I stamped the car on the Whisper White cardstock.
Then I stamped the car on a Post-it Note™.
Then I cut the car out of the Post-it Note™.
Then I inked up the row of tress and stamped over the car and then removed the Post-it Note™. Using sponge daubers I sponged Crushed Curry, Cajun Craze, Watermelon Wonder and Soft Sky to create the sunset.
I stamped the Happy Birthday greeting for the stamp set and then punched it out with the Washi Label Punch and added to the card front with a Dimensional. Don't you just love the way the Washi Label Punch creates a great tag.
Anytime you want a stamped image behind another you just stamp the front image first and follow the same steps above. Have a great rest of the weekend.
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Ruth S says
Patsy, this is a beautiful card. Thank you for sharing your technique to creat the sunset.. I need to try it .
Patsy Waggoner says
Thanks Ruth, You are so welcome, Lovely as a Tree is such a classic stamp set and still one I love to stamp with.
Debbie Mageed says
Thank you, Patsy! Masking really isn’t as easy as you make it look but you inspire me to keep trying to get it right! I always end up with a gap between the stamped images – drives me crazy! Your card is wonderful and I am going to give this technique a shot for my blog guru who has a birthday around the corner. Great card!!
Patsy Waggoner says
Keep trying – do you have the Stampin’ Pierce Matt? I use one side for piercing and one side for stamping. It gives a little bit of a give so it is easier to get a stamped image without the gaps. If you have some fun foam around that can work too. Thanks for taking the time to write it means so much!