Friday, September 17, 2010

Marvelous Masking Techniques

Week two of classes and we're moving along.  Missing a few to holidays though. I must say, I'm impressed with myself and the masking technique. However, the more things you want to add using this technique, the more you have to stop and think about what you want at the back or behind the other stamps. I managed to make a couple CASED projects and recreate with a few twists. Thank you out there. I often save many pics at a time to the computer and look for inspiration or ideas at a later time so I don't know who to give credit to, again, but thank you for the inspiration.
Summertime sweetness!

I am loving all the new colours by SU.  This one using Dafodil Delight, Old Olive and Very Vanilla.
The two half slices are mounted with dimensionals.

I absolutely love the way this one turned out with the branch like background in Crumb Cake. The stamped image uses Early Expresso while CS on the rest of the card uses Cajun Craze, Wild Wasabi, Tangerine Tango and Very Vanilla. And below, another take on the pumpkins in a different shade using Very Vanilla, Wild Wasabi, Cherry Cobbler and Pink Pirouette.

And here's a special card I made just for my hubby!
Melon Mambo, Pink Pirouette, Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White card stocks. The middle heart 'love' is raised and attached with dimensionals.  I was really suprised at how nice these 4 colours go together.
I can't wait to get into other combination of colours with the NEW colours available.  I still like the old ones too!  Leave comments/constructive criticism always welcomed.  Thanks for looking.


Anonymous said...

You are doing a very nice job on your blog and your card creating. I would like to see a little more descriptive info on your creations such as punch used, etc (makes it easier for me to CASE - LOL) Also, I was looking for a "Contact me" button so I could send this to you as an email - couldn't find one. Did I just miss it?

Dale Morin said...

Great job.

Shelly Schmidt said...

Love this colection of cards! TFS