Happy Monday Everyone! Today I'm sharing a quick and easy Easter Egg card on my blog, for the "Stamp of the Week" from Repeat Impressions.
I thought I'd try something a little different this week, by photographing my stamping process. So, with that said, if any of you are not familiar with the basic masking technique, then here are a few simple pics to help you out:
Step 1) Stamp your image twice: once on your main paper, and once on a post-it note (or any other thin sheet of paper) in order to make a "mask" for your image.
Step 2) After cutting out your mask and layering it over your image, stamp your image again overlapping the mask, in order to give the look of "dimension".
Step 3) Remove the mask to reveal the "magic"! :)
Super simple and fun to do! I'm sure many of you are already experts in masking, but for those of you that might have trouble with it, I hope this quick tutorial was able to help you out.
Optional Step) To add even more dimension to your focal point, you can simply cut out additional masks and continue stamping over them (as shown in the row of eggs above).
Be sure to stop by the Repeat Impressions blog today for more details on the Stamp of the Week image and also to check out the fabulous creations from the rest of the DT girls.
Thanks so much for stopping by today!
Easter Eggs Card
Paper: "Solar White" (Neenah Paper) and "New Leaf" & "Summer Sunrise" (PTI)
Stamps: "Easter Egg" (Repeat Impressions)
Ink: "Tuxedo Black" (Memento)
Other: Copic markers, Scor-pal, Post-it Notes, white pearls, Stampin' Up border punch