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Ok, now I want that bottle stamp. Some stamps don't look so good until you see a fabulous project done with them. Definitely on my list now!

Wow, this is stunning! Fabulous masking and stamping and a wonderful scene. Thank you so much for doing my challenge!

Gorgeous! I love everything about it!

Beautiful! This inspired me to combing the Masking Challenge with the Scene Challenge too. Uploading is not working now, but as soon as it is I will add my entry.

This is really nice. I love the mix of the clear and frosted looking bottles. I also love the look of the distinct pieces of grass blended with the misty yellow-green background. the

I'm not sure I followed your explanation very well, but I absolutely love the results. This is simpley wonderful! TFS. Daria

djc

Project - WF13 Scene and Mostly Maskings Combo
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Project - WF13 Scene and Mostly Maskings Combo
by yellowcherrios
posted 02/16/13 at 12:10 AM
Galleries: Stamping, Cardmaking

This is the scene I created using mortise masking and regular masking. I used numerous stamps and parts of stamps to create this scene.

I stamped the flower from the bottle & flower stamp (Inkadinkado) on cardstock using Mementos London Fog dye ink and then stamped the entire image on scrap paper. I cut out the bottle from the scrap paper and laid the scrap paper on top of the CS while lining up the flowers from the CS and the scrap paper. Then I colored the bottle in (mortis masking) with TH distressed ink (tumbled glass). I removed the mortise mask, then I positioned the bottle and flower mask I had made earlier over the images on the CS. I stamped the bottle image (without inking the flower portion) over the masked bottle/flower image to produce the bottles behind the other bottles. I did this method for each of the bottles–use the mortise mask, distress, remove, mask, stamp bottle, so on to next bottle.

I colored the grass and sky with ditressed inks (forest moss and faded jeans) and stamped the grass (Posh Impressions) with forest moss distressed ink. I ink with mustard seed distressed ink just the flowers in a $1.00 thank you stamp (unknown brand) and stamped among the grass.

I stamped the butterflies (unknown brand) here and there using distressed ink. The birds are taken from a lighthouse stamp (stamps happen) using Mementos black marker.

I colored the flower with water brush using distressed inks (not too happy with the flower b/c the water kinda faded out the grey ink so I had to draw it back in, thus giving it the look it has now :( ).

All is matted on a brown card stock to bring out the brown in the butterflies.

TFL!

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