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02/15/2016

Mon 15

Masking technique
by Yoonsun Hur

Hello crafty friends, happy Monday!!

Today I want to share with you the card that I've made using Monterey Vine craft die.
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For my card today, I 1) Die cut Monterey Vine from masking paper several times and then positioned them on white paper panel. 2) Blended on the masked panel with Squeezed Lemonade, Twisted Citron, Evergreen Bough, and Wild Honey Distress inks using mini blending tool.   

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3) Removed the masks, then trimmed it with Open Studio Rectangle Layers die. Finally, I mounted it on A2 size white card base using double-sided tape, then decorated it with pearl white Monterey Vine die cut and Pretty Pink Posh clear droplets.

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Thanks for stopping by and happy crafting!
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Comments

Brilliant idea. Looks wonderful.

Another beautiful card...great use of die cuts and color.

Beautiful card. Such a lovely idea.

Beautiful and elegant.

Wow..Its Lovely !

Wow!! This looks Awesome!!

Hi Yoonsun, I love this technique you have used on this card, the colours 'marry' beautifully together and your finished card is beautiful.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Wow, this is fabulous.

This is a beautiful idea!!! Love it!!!!

Beautiful, great idea for the background!

Gorgeous card! Great way to use masking paper, too.

So beautiful! I love ths idea!

Lovely card, Yoonsun! Love your color choices:)

Yoonsun this is marvelous!
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What is masking paper?

Love your card and the idea! Going to give that a try today. Thanks!

Love this. A great way to get more use out of your dies .

Love this. I'm always interested to learn how to get more from my dies. And the colors are beautiful.

Such a nice technique...really adds to the card!

Lovely! Gorgeous layout!

Nice technique.

Beautiful. Thanks for sharing. Love your work.

Those are great colors together, and the card is lovely!

very clever

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