Friday, 7 April 2017

Bloomin Lovely Floral Frame made using the Masking Technique


For today's project I decided to try out the Masking Technique to achieve the pretty floral frame centrepiece on this card:-




The card base is 5 3/8 inches square and so fits perfectly in a 5.5" square envelope.

I used one of my Layering Square Framelits Dies to the create the template.

Then, it was simply a case of building up a pretty floral frame using three little stamps from the Bloomin Love Photopolymer stamp set.

I wanted to give the layered focal point of the card some dimension, so decided to mount it on a square piece of Fab Foam which I purchased from Hobbycraft.  This really makes a good sturdy card.  I think the look is nice, clean and simple.

I used a lovely palette of colours - Pool Party, Melon Mambo, Daffodil Delight, Wisteria Wonder and Pear Pizzazz.   They compliment each other beautifully.

My new step by step video shows you how to create a card using this technique:-



Hope you like it.

Thanks for stopping by today.

Bye for now.



Linda
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8 comments:

  1. Another beautiful card Linda!!..... I really love this technique :) Thank you for the envelope I received through my door yesterday, everything was perfect Linda <3 <3 <3 Thank you again, Crafty hugs Cal xxx

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  2. Thanks Cal - I enjoyed the technique and was pleased with the card. Pleased to hear you received your parcel safely xxx

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  3. Great technique Linda...I love masking!!
    Cristina
    thehouseoftheblackbirds.blogspot.it

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  4. Beautiful card Linda - can I ask you about the anti-static gizmo you used please, ie what/where/how? Thanks. Angela

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    1. Thanks Angela - I bought the anti-static tool as it's great for shaker cards, as demonstrated by K Werner. I bought mine from Amazon. You could also use the Embossing Buddy for this card though.

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  5. Gorgeous card Linda and a technique for me to try. Not heard about the anti-static tool but notice I can use an Embossing Buddy to make this sort of card.
    Christine xx

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  6. Thank you Christine - and definitely you can use the Embossing Buddy :) xx

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