Last week I shared with you a card that I created using the Pattern Party Decorative masks. What i did was a little ink blending with the stencil in a tone on tone method. You can see my original post by clicking here. I mentioned in the post that I would share with you cards that I made using the same technique but using each of the stencils. So today I am going to share with you the rest of the cards I created that day. This is a fun technique and I think I my revisit again with a couple of other stencils that I have some from Stampin’ Up!, that have retired and some that are not Stampin’ Up!. So I have four cards to share with you; then at the end I will share a little about the technique with you again. Let’s get started shall we.
First, I used the same decorative mask as the original post but changed up the color just to see how it would turn out. This is not my favorite card that I did that day. I wanted to see how the colors would blend together to create more colors but I think I picked the wrong shades of Red, Blue, and Yellow. It reminds me more of the colors that are used to create a 3d stamped image, which is probably why it’s my least favorite.
The Next card that I created using the mask layering technique is one of my favorites that I created. I love the the way the diamonds created such a fun pattern. It’s bold color and pattern just makes me happy. The cardstock is Lemon Lime twist and I used the same color ink. One this card all I used was the Lemon Lime twist ink and the Whisper white Craft ink.
The third card that I created was the Bermuda Bay one. This is another one of my favorites! I love how the pattern turned out. The brick pattern did so well with this technique, I think I want to try this one again but with not so many ink layers; I am thinking maybe two counting the whisper white craft ink. I have a supposition that it will create a wonderful chevron pattern.
This is the last card that I created using this technique and I was very surprised how the clouds turned out.
All you really need for this technique is some cardstock, decorative masks, ink and sponge or ink blending tool. If you would like to see the video tutorial I did using this technique you can watch it by clicking here.
Thanks for dropping by I hope that you give this a try with some of the supplies that you have on hand. Have a wonderful weekend.
Stamp Set: Amazing You Stamp Set; Cardstock: Whisper White Thick Cardstock, Basic Black Cardstock, Peekaboo Peach Cardstock, Bermuda Bay Cardstock, Lemon Lime Twist Cardstock, Ink: Bermuda Bay, Peekaboo Peach, Lemon Lime Twist, Daffodil Delight, Real Red, Whisper White Craft Ink, Versamark Accessories: Big Shot, Celebrate You Thinlits Dies, Heat tool, Embossing buddy, Tutti-Frutti Adhesive Backed Sequins, Adhesive: Multipurpose Adhesive Sheets, multipurpose liquid Glue, Stampin’ Dimensionals