Hello, hello! I'm back with my usual fun and cute style and this time I'm playing with the basic masking technique to create a simple scene.
The first step in masking is to stamp your forward most image.
Then, you stamp the image again (or you can just stamp with the second generation of what was on your stamp originally) on some form of masking paper.
Then, stamp the image that's supposed to show behind the forward image.
Now, I've decided to take it even further and mask again.
Finally, with everything masked, I can stamp a background layer.
See how fun it gives the appearance of using patterned paper but keeps my white images white!
Then, I'm able to color everything in appropriately.
Finally I die cut my layer to give it a nice stitched border.
And then stamped my sentiment. Unfortunately I don't really like the placement of it...
Solution: Banner! I love a good banner die for this very reason.
I trimmed off the excess and then had another idea...
I wrapped the banner around on the other side. Does it remind you of a scarf at all? I think so!
Thank you so much for stopping by today and sharing part of your day with me! Have a great day!