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If you like this technique, masking paper from Stampin' Up! is a game changer! It is thin enough to sit nice and flat on your project so you get good results every time. It's also sticky all over so you don't have to try to hold your mask in place (like you do when you use a sticky note).

We made these projects in class yesterday. I cased the cards from Lou Kitzelmann as I love her designs and found this was a great project to showcase straight lines in masking as well.

Our next project was a little different as we stamped multiple images and used the mask to cover the foreground flower to create depth.

Of course you can make a mask by fussy cutting any image out and sticking it over your first stamped image, then stamp again, remove the mask and see how you get that lovely image starting to build up. For an even easier masked technique, try using your dies to cut out the mask - it's quick and easy, and the results are amazing. Pop back every day this week for more ideas.

If you like what you see, book a class! We do lovely projects, have lots of fun, learn new skills together and always finish up with some great cards to share with others.


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