Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Masking Stamped Images and Backgrounds for Ink Blending | Kindred Stamps Polynesian Adventurers

Hey guys! Welcome back!! Today I'm sharing this super cute and simple card using the Polynesian Adventurers set from Kindred Stamps. I created this one by using 2 different stamping techniques. One to cover the stamped images and the other to create a simple Distress Oxide ink background.

Watch the card process here.

For the images I used Gina K Amalgam ink and stamped them on a piece of Neenah 80lb Solar White cardstock. That is my usual for Copic coloring. While I had the stamps out I also stamped them on Inkadinkado masking paper and trimmed them to fit over the first stamped images. This creates my first mask.

After coloring them, I used the Inkadinkado masks that I had already trimmed out and laid them over the top of my colored images. Now I can start on the background. For this I'm using the second masking technique. Thermoweb's Purple Tape is super popular and has been out for a little over a year now. This is my first time using it! I used it as the mask to create these color blocks in my background with Distress Oxide Ink. It is a very simple design but I love how masking creates these dimensional one layer cards that are so easy to mail! 

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Copic Markers Used:
Skin: BV04, E31, E34, E35, R83
Hair: E59, E15, E18, E35
Clothes: Y21,Y35, E81, W3, R39, R37, R14
Rooster: Y21,Y35, R39, R37, R14, BG09, BG15, BG13

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