I really like the mortise here and the cat is really nice! The leaves---it's like you painted them! Everything is so nice with this card!
TFS! good job!
So sweet and pretty!
Like what you did for this challenge. I love the leaves and their variation in subtle color. A cat can be anywhere it wants to be and was a great addition.
Awesome job. Love that leaves stencil. How will you use this? I can imagine it with a sentiment of 'Waiting to see you again" LOL
Good job, Daria! This is a really attractive card, and so skillfully achieved! (Never would have guessed about the marker!)
Very pretty card. Love the cat and leaves.
Project - WF13 Layered Stencil, Mask, Stamp Challenge
posted 02/11/13 at 03:28 AM
Cindi, thank you for the terrific challenge. This is my second attempt. The first attempt is being reduced to a 3“ x 3” card for one of the challenges to use our scraps. LOL. (Using Distress Stains through a stencil takes a bit of practice.)
4 1/4“ x 5 1/2”
Bazzill Cardstock – card base
140-lb. hot press water color paper – focal image
Mortise Mask – Spellbinders Nestabilities, Labels 8
Stamped Cat – This is one of two stamps I bought for a fundraiser; I can't remember who designed it. Anyone know?
Stamp Zia Color Wash Jewels, Blue Topaz
Dylusions Stencil, Luscious Leaves
Distress Stain, Peeled Paint
Tombow Marker, #452
Placed the mortise mask on the paper
Stamped the cat
Masked the cat
Sprayed with Stamp Zia Spray
Dried with heat gun
Used Distress Stain through the leaf stencil
Removed the mortise mask and the cat mask
Trimmed and mounted focal image
When I scanned the card, I noticed that I had not cut out the area above the cat's tail in the mask so it was still white. I found a Tombow Marker that matched the paint and used it to fill in the area.
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