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Masking Tutorial

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Have you ever wondered to overlap stamped images without the extra lines.  This congratulations card is a good example of masking.

I wanted happy card to congratulate our friends Rhoda & Tim on the birth of their grandson.  What could be happier than the bear from Under the Stars.

Recipe:

Stamps: Under the Stars, Cute & Cuddly (Stamped frame), Wonderful Favorites (grandson), Congrats

Card Stock: Tangerine Tango, Confetti White

Ink: Tangerine Tango, Ruby Red, Jet Black Stazon

Accessories: Stamp-a-ma-jig, curly label punch, stampin' dimensions, watercolor wonder crayons, blender pens, post it note

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Stamp your first image. In this case, it was the bear on the bottom left corner.

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Next, place your stamped and trimmed post it image over first stamped image.

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Stamp your next image, overlapping the first.

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Remove post it note and repeat process as many times as neccesary for desired results.

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Hope you enjoyed this tutorial on masking. Leave a comment to let me know if you found this tutorial useful, and to suggest future tutorials.

Have a fabulous day,

Robin

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