Masking – How To With JowilnaPosted on Apr 13, 2017 | 0 comments
The idea behind masking is that you can make things appear like they are something else – so you can create dimension with little effort, layer something behind something else in a few easy steps, or just mask off an area to have something else happen behind it.
Stamp your image onto your cardstock where you want it to appear. I used this heart from 49 and Market stamped with VersaFine.
Stamp the same image onto white scrap paper – like typing paper.
Cut out the heart from the typing paper. You want to cut just inside the stamped line and not on the outside.
Add colour to the stamped heart on your white cardstock. I painted mine using my Prima watercolours.
Add some Tombow mono behind the typing paper heart and leave it to dry completely. The adhesive will become tacky making it repositionable.
Place the typing paper heart on top of the coloured heart. This typing paper heart will mask off your coloured heart so that no new colour or pattern will be added to it. Use your 2 colours of ink and stencil over the heart using a sponge dauber.
Remove the mask from the coloured heart.
The stencilling appears to be behind the stamped and coloured heart with no additional stencilling pattern on top of it. The typing paper heart masked off the area so that the stencilling is only around and behind the heart technically speaking.
Dress up your heart with embellishments and a sentiment for a beautiful card background or any other project you are working on.
Flaunt your new masking skills and have fun!
- MGC 84963 49 and Market Stamp Set – With All Your Heart
- TVF-083 VersaFine Ink Pad – Smokey Gray
- TMD-300 Memento Dew Drop Ink Pad – Lady Bug
- TMD-501 Memento Dew Drop Ink Pad – Lilac Posies
- DXCU255203 Xcut Art & Craft Scissors (6.5″ Soft Grip & Non-Stick)
- ADCO 723623 Couture Creations Sponge Daubers (6 Pack)
- TB 62191 Tombow Mono Multi Glue
- Celebr8 Stencil
- Prima Watercolours
- White Cardstock
- Other: paint brush