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Simple Masking for the February Challenge

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Hero Arts Layering Florals
This months challenge theme is masking so I thought I’d share some super simple masking techniques that DON’T require masking paper or any special supplies. You can use simple copy paper or post-it notes!

All you need is some standard shape dies and something to create the mask.
For the card on the right I die cut a small oval out of a full adhesive post-it, placed in on the card front, did a little ink blending before repeat stamping floral images around the mask!

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For the 2nd card, I cut a piece of copy paper to 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 and cut an oval out of the center to create a mask, and repeat stamped floral images on the inside the time, creating a background.

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Now, I’d love to see what you come up with! Link it up into our February challenge for
your chance at a $25 gift card to the store!

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Author: kristina3150

I'm 29 years old. Born, raised, and still live in the moderately small town of Commerce Township, Michigan. By trade, I'm a real estate agent currently working as the marketing & closing coordinator for a top producing agent. In addition to crafts, I would have to say my other passions are cooking and music -- And Nail Polish!

2 thoughts on “Simple Masking for the February Challenge

  1. Gorgeous examples of the masking technique!!!

  2. Some happy fun cards. So great to see different techniques.

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