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Friday, October 1, 2010

Faux Tearing Technique - Masking Technique

This was the first version I did. The card base is one sheet of card stock that because of masking, sponging, and stamping appears to be layered. The sentiment segment is layered card stock.
I reversed the sponged area for my swap cards.

Here's my messy work area loaded with my cards that I made today. No two are exactly alike as I randomly stamped each one.

Stampin' Up! Products Used:
Pocket Silhouettes Stamp Set, item #111672 - wood only
Sweetheart Stamp set, item #120415 - wood mount OR item #120780 - clear mount
Very Vanilla Card Stock, item #101650
More Mustard Card Stock, item #100946
Cajun Craze Card Stock, item #119684
Early Espresso Classic Ink Pad, item #119670
More Mustard Classic Ink Pad, item #103162
Cajun Craze Classic Ink Pad, item #119671
Crumb Cake Classic Ink Pad, item #121030
Stampin' Sponges, item #101610
Decorative Label Extra-Large Punch, item #120907
Curly Label Extra-Large Punch, item #119851

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Stampin' Up! -- Discover Your Creativity
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Janet said...

Brilliant technique - especially to keep down the postage charges. Must use this with my Xmas cards.

Janet xx

AnnMarie said...

Beautiful cards! Looking forward to following along from VA! :)

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