Reverse Masking

So there's been a lot of buzz on Pinterest and the world of blogs with the trusty but true technique of Reverse Masking.  So of course, I pinned the link and had to have a go myself!

 This card was a lot of fun to make.  Not only did I have to pull out the Big Shot to make the Butterfly mask, I also made a mix of Rubbing Alcohol and Rose Red Ink Refill to make a spray on mix for colour.  Messy but not if you put down scrap paper and lots of fun!

The Stampin' Spritzer bottles make it so easier to add depth to your colour!!

I also combined this card with the Oh Hello stamp set, one of my favourites from the new Seasonal Catalogue which I've stamped in Soft Suede ink.  I've also used Soft Suede for my script background on the butterfly.  A little heart punched from Basic Black CS and some pearls, my card is complete!  I've layered the Image onto a Whisper White base to give more structure to the card.  So want to join in on the fun for this technique: well keep on reading for your video link!!

Reverse Masking Technique

Brandi Barnard from the Stampin' Up! home office takes us through the "Reverse Masking" process while making the Butterfly Card. Enjoy this “techniques and training” video!

Here are the supplies used for this beautiful and fast project:

  • Big Shot Die-Cut Machine #113439
  • Beautiful Butterflies Stampin' Up! Bigz Die #114507
  • Whisper White 8-1/2X11 card stock cut in half #100730
  • Stampin' Spritzer #126185 filled with rubbing alcohol and Pool Party ink
  • En Francais background stamp #109521 inked with Island Indigo
  • Basic Pearls Jewel Accents #119247
  • Heart form Owl Punch #118074
  • sticky notes

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