Birthday Foliage

As I said last month I’ll be doing a Technique Class each month – last month we did collage stamping and this month it will be Masking.

I love masking as you dont see the final result until the ‘masks’ are removed and it always gets a ‘wow’ from all creating.

Here’s a card I made recently using a masking technique – I suppose it could be referred to as ‘block masking’. If anyone knows the correct term please let me know!

Birthday Foliage

Recipe …
Stamps: French Foliage, Happiest Birthday Wishes
Paper: Old Olive, Whisper White
Ink: Pear Pizzazz, Old Olive, Always Artichoke, Soft Suede

I love this card and how it turned out … its a great one for the guys and just change a couple of the ink colours for masking and it would be suitable for the girls as well!

This will be another of the cards we are doing at Saturday’s Stamp A Stack and here are the details …

  • Date:  Saturday – 14th April
  • Time:  2pn- 4.30pm
  • Cost:  $20.00
  • at my house – contact me for the address! Map

If you’d like to attend the Technique Class then here are the details for that …

  • Date: Friday 20th April
  • Time: 10.30am
  • Cost:   $20
  • at my house – contact me for the address Map

I still have a couple of seats left so be sure to contact me to book your spot!

I also have my Stamp A Latte Newsletter coming out today and if you haven’t registered for that then please do as I have extra little bonuses for my Newsletter subscribers!

Comments

  1. Love this card Leonie…it looks amazing. Love the colour palate. Hope the fresh change in the air this AM was not too shocking for you…..certainly was nippy.

  2. I love this card… it turned out perfect!!! We had a nippy morning here in Illinois, too!

  3. sandie carter says:

    Just gorgeous. I don’t use my foliage stamps often enough so thanks heaps for the inspiration. This certainly has that WOW factor, at least for me.

  4. Came your way via Pinterest. What a beautiful card and fabulous techniques, gorgeous stamp and beautiful colours.

    Marie

  5. I love, love, love this card!!!

  6. I love this card!

  7. Hi, from the United States. I love this card! I can not come to your class, could you possibly write down the directions so that we can try making this card. I would really appreciate it. Thank you so much.

I just love comments and especially when they are from you!

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