Saturday, 28 March 2015

Stamping Master Class Week - Pauline Wheeler



Happy Weekend everyone!

Hope you have a great weekend planned but don't forget the clocks 
change tonight, so one hour less in bed ......yawn, yawn!!


So today is our last day of stamping tutorials.
Hope you have enjoyed them so far and today it's
Pauline's turn.

Pauline has made a beautiful card using the masking technique.



Start by stamping your forward image onto the cardstock and 
again onto either a post it note, or masking roll, and cut out
 two images together.


Cover the stamped
image with one of the cut outs and stamp the flower again slightly
 to the left hand side of the first image.



Leave the cut out on the flower and cover the second image with 
the other cut out. Always make sure your stamped images are
 dry before you do this as they will smudge if they aren't.


                            Now take the tall flower stem and stamp
                           it three times over the two flower images



It always looks a mess at this stage but don't worry
Now remove the paper masks.


You can now see how the tall stems and the second flower are
 all behind the first image.



Now stamp the border and the wording
Start to colour in with your chosen colours of distress markers - either
 by adding colour into a block and water colouring in or direct to
 the stamped image.



When finished ink the edges of the card with Distress Inks 
and a Blending Tool.


Add the panel to a folded card and apply Glossy Accents
 to the small circles and to the centre of the main flower.


Love these stamps and colours.  Thank you Pauline!

If you want to use the same as Pauline, this
is what you will need -



So that wraps up another week here on the blog!
I'll be back tomorrow with another Weekly Challenge......
.......going to involve stamping me thinks?

You'll just have to wait and see!



See you tomorrow!

Jane x



3 comments:

  1. Lovely project to finish the week on. Can't wait to see what challenge tomorrow brings...

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    1. Hmmmmm I wonder, I might completely surprise you!!!
      Jane x

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