MASKING TECHNIQUE - PART FOUR, MASKING A WHOLE PANEL | CATHERINE POOLER DESIGNS

by - Sunday, January 06, 2019


Hello everyone! Welcome back. This is the part four video/blogpost in Masking Technique Series. In this post I'll show you how to mask and stamp a whole panel. Please check the Part One, Part Two and Part Three videos where I've shared everything about Masking Technique in detail. Kindly watch the video below for more education. 

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I started by stamping the stamps from Beautiful You Stamp Set by Catherine Pooler Designs on Canson Water Color Paper and on Masking Paper. I fussy cut all the images from masking paper, adhered over the previously stamped images and stamped again with Versafine Sepia Ink.


Then I water colored the images with Koi Watercolors. I didn't do any fancy here just followed the basic water coloring! 


Then I stamped the sentiment from the same stamp set with Versafine Sepia Ink on white card stock, fussy cut it and again layered it with black card stock, fussy cut it and adhered over the water colored panel.


Finished the card with a few black splatters of paint and adhered the water color panel over the A2 main card base. :) I hope you like all these Masking Technique Series. I will be back with another stamping technique very soon. Thanks for visiting! :)

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2 comments

  1. Hi, lovely cards! Just now found your blog. Which scissors do you use for fussy cutting? Can u suggest me a brand, size pls?

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words! :) The scissors which I use for crafting is from Kaisercraft. Timholtz one is the best.. or I'll leave you a couple links below, check those scissors, I would suggest you to go for timholtz or Tonic or Kaisercraft or Fiskars. :)

      https://www.hndmd.in/index.php?route=product/search&search=scissors&description=true

      https://thecraftshop.in/search?controller=search&orderby=position&orderway=desc&search_query=scissors&submit_search=

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