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Masking, One Layer Cards, and Copics. Oh My!!


This week has been about challenging my fear of one layer cards. I usually like cards of fussy cut layers because of the safety of being able to do an element five different ways and knowing if I mess up one part, the whole card isn't lost. So this was a trust building excercize for me.


This is my second time working with Essentials By Ellen's stamp set, So Matcha.


The process was pretty simple

1. Use my Misti to stamp the scene on plain white paper.

2. Color in the stamped areas with Copic Markers(or your favorite coloring device).

2. Use my Misti to stamp the same set on post-it tape(Amazon).

3. Fussy cut your Post-It masks and use them to cover the images son the stamps. a. If you are new to fussy cutting, I really like these Fiskers detail scissors.

4. Place a stencil over the whole card.

a. I used Simon Hurley's Backsplash Stencil and did inkblending with Distress Oxide Picked Raspberries.

5. Lift off the stencil, lift off the masks and ADMIRE your gorgeous new creation!

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 Sassier Glasses designs greeting cards in her spare time, loves photopolymer clear stamps, Distress inks and Copic coloring.  This is the place to learn new craft techniques and see the steps behind the cards.  Reach out to me at SassierGlasses@gmail.com 

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