Video – Masking with Stamps

Masking with Stamps intro

I get a lot of questions about how to stamp layered images, and the solution is masking.  It’s difficult to explain with words, so today I made a video showing you how easy it is to create a stamp mask using post-it notes.

The ingredients were pretty simple …

Pattern Paper – Studio Calico, Here + There collection
Cardstock – White (card base) + black (mats)
Blending Card (for copic colouring)
Black ink – Memento Ink, Tuxedo Black (octopus images)
Greeting ink – Close To My Heart, Lagoon
Sweet Stamp Shop – Mr. Octopus and Just the Basics (greeting)
Copic Markers – Octopus BG10, BG11, BG13 – Laptop C0, C1, C2, C3, B0000, B00, 0 – Mug Y11, Y13, Y15, Y17 – Doughnut E30, E31, E33, RV11, RV13, RV14
Double sided tape and Foam tape
Scissors & Trimmer
Post-it Notes

Masking pic 1


Now to watch the video … just click on the link below.

Masking Pic 2

Masking Pic 3

And that’s the finished card!

So … are you keen to have a go at masking?  I’d love to see your masked stamping efforts, so feel free to post your pics on the Facebook page HERE.

Looking for the goodies I used in this project?  If anything is out of stock, just email me and I’m happy to order any Copic products you need, including refills.
Adhesive thumbnail Blending Card thumbnail Copic B thumbnail Copic BG thumbnail Copic C thumbnail Copic E thumbnail Copic RV thumbnail Copic Y thumbnail Ink & block thumbnail Stamp set thumnails


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