Wednesday, March 16, 2022

Masking with the Shaded Summer Stamp Set for #PP582

 Hello and thanks for visiting!

Today's card was inspired by Joanne's super colour challenge at The Paper Players Challenge #582 this week.  I chose to use the masking technique with the challenge colours, Daffodil Delight, Mango Melody & Pear Pizzazz.  Please click on either my card or the #PP582 image to visit their blog post directly and enjoy the inspiration from all the designers.

Masking can be done with either our fabulous Decorative Masks, or create your own!  I created my own with the Summer Shadows Dies, but I challenge you :) to find a die you can turn into a mask.


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Assembly & Trix:

*  Create a mask using the Summer Shadows Dies, (retired) as pictured below.  I use Basic White cardstock for stability.  Ensure the mask is held down well with sticky notes or repositionable tape, add colour with blending brushes. 

***Trix, when using the masking technique to create a layered image, the last image added will appear to be the background image.  The Pear Pizzazz leaves were the last to be coloured, but they look like they are behind the flowers.  ***Please click here to visit Lesley's StampinTrix Facebook Business Page to watch the 'how to' video coming this week.    

*  The highlight image for each flower bud is die cut with Daffodil Delight & Mango Melody cardstock, adhered with glue.

*  Stamp the sentiment from the Shaded Summer Stamp Set, #155783 with Mango Melody and fussy cut out.  Adhere it to the card base with dimensionals.  

*  Add the Daffodil Delight Ruched Ribbon, #151311 & the Artistry Blooms Adhesive - Backed Sequins, #152477 for the bling.




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Choose a die to create an open image, like the die at the top of the picture and the leaf die on the right. 


Please click on the image to visit The Paper Players Challenge #582

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Savings are in Bloom!


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Enjoy & have a super day!
 



6 comments:

  1. Beautiful use of the colors, Lesley, and such pretty blooms. I love the flirty scallops and the sweet embellishments. We're so glad to have you join us this week at The Paper Players.

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    1. Thx so very much Cindy for your lovely compliment. I appreciate you visiting and I thank you for the great challenges!

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  2. Very pretty, Lesley! You incorporated the challenge colors perfectly. I love the scalloped panels and the bit of bling. Thank you for playing with The Paper Players this week!

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    1. Thx so very much Ann for your kind words! Thx for stopping by and thx for the great challenge.

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  3. Lesley I have become addicted to looking at ways to turn dies into masks lately so it's great to see someone else doing the same! I love your bright florals and beautifully layered scalloped panels. Thanks for playing with my colour challenge over at The Paper Players this week!

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    1. That is so neat Joanne, we’re miles apart while sharing our common creativity! Thank you for sharing!
      I loved your colour challenge it was great inspiration for me, I don’t chose mango often and every time I do use it, I remind myself that I need to use it more - ha

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