I love the masking cardmaking technique. There are so many ways to use masking with your cardmaking adventures. But the idea I am sharing today isn’t one I had seen before. I was inspired by a card I saw on Instagram by Yana Smakula.
MASKING CARDMAKING TECHNIQUE
This technique is so gorgeous. I absolutely love it and honestly think it will be a new go to for me when creating cards with backgrounds.
If you like this cardmaking tutorial you will love some of the online classes I have available and the fun PDF tutorials. I love teaching people how to stamp and create beautiful cards.
By the way, the sequins I used on this card are fabulous. You can get those HERE.
So I couldn’t stop after I made the first one. I ended up making two more cards, I shared one here, the other one will be a surprise later down the road.
For the elephant card blending I used Sweet Sorbet, Polished Pink, Flirty Flamingo and Petal Pink. I have a friend whose daughter is having her first baby, which will be my friend Rosa’s first grandchild. The excitement is over the top for this baby.
But I do find it odd that I have a friend about to be a grandma. I’m just sayin’ I don’t think I’m old enough for that business yet. HAHA.
Please try this fun technique, you will love it. Just remember to mask well, layer a lot of ink and use a light touch when blending.
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