Friday, March 18, 2022

Learn Masking Techniques using Blending Brushes

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Yesterday's live video focused on masking techniques to enhance an image and create an image, using Blending Brushes.  Please click on the image to watch the video on YouTube.  If you'd prefer to watch on Facebook please click here.      

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Here's the details for today's Daffodil Delight card below.  This time I used the Butterflies & Flowers Layering Decorative Masks, #158142

Assembly & Trix:

*  The measurements are the same as the other 'Happiest Of Birthdays' Coastal Cabana & Polished Pink cards in the video.  A standard 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 card base, with a 3 3/4 x 5 Basic White cardstock layer.

*  Use the Stamparatus™ to stamp the image with Black Memento Ink, then blend on Daffodil Delight Ink using Blending Brushes and the decorative mask.  ***Trix, place the stamped layer back on the Stamparatus™ and stamp again with the Memento Black Ink to create a crisp image.

***Trix, when using the blending brushes with the decorative mask, ensure the mask is well secured with either low tack tape or sticky notes so that it can't move while you apply colour.  

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