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I don't have a striped stencil, if you do, please feel free to use that. Instead I made my own masking with Inkadinkado masking paper and I cut 1 cm strips.
I measured and marked 1cm stripes on the card base with a pencil.
I then put on all the masking paper bits.
If you have finger daubers, you probably don't need to mask off as much as I had to with my mini ink blending tools.
I also messed up the first card, see video if you want to know how ;-)
I use: candied apple, carved pumpkin, mustard seed, twisted citron, mermaid lagoon, chipped sapphire and wilted violet.
After all the ink blending I peeled of the masking paper and erased the pencil lines.
For the sentiment I used a Simon Says Stamp set called You matter and used two bits to make "happy birthday to you". I used Versafine onyx black ink for this. Heat set it.
Then I pulled out some homemade enamel dots and also homemade glue dots and stuck them to the card.
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Oh such a great way to use masking, I actually thought it was a stencil when I first saw this card. Budget buster way to go!ReplyDelete
Fabulous card xReplyDelete
Love your video Maaike! It must have been so frustrating to have to restart your card - I've been there... MANY times! I think your card is fabulous - great use of the technique!ReplyDelete
I watched your video and that is totally me so I know the struggle is real. Glad you persevered though, it's a wonderful card.ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous card, Maaike ... colourful, crisp and so deliciously CAS ... love it! Anita :)ReplyDelete
Prachtige kaart met die subtiele regenboogstrepen. Bedankt voor de tutorial.ReplyDelete