Today I’m participating in a blog hop for Breast Cancer Awareness, hosted by Chaitali, from Cuts & Crops.
She designed this really cool stamp set in honor of her mom after she was diagnosed with breast cancer earlier this year. I decided to keep my card really simple to create a card that was focused on the message.
The stamping part of this video is pretty quick…stay tuned to the end where I have a story to share with you.
I hope you enjoyed the video showing you how to use the Masking Technique for rubber stamping. It’s a fun way to create dimension and depth to your hand stamped cards without layering and bulk.
Thank you, Chaitali, for inviting me to play along!
You may have arrived here from: Stacey
Catherine** you are here!
Julee - is the next stop on the hop!
I ended up stamping on the inside of the card which I felt like really finished it off – design and message-wise.
Not many supplies for this card…just the Pink Power stamp set by Verve, some cardstock and ink and that lovely Mask Paper by Inkadinkado (seriously…say Inkadinkado out loud…a few times…it’s fun! lol).
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