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May 18, 2020

to Shine.  Today’s card is one I created for a recent Facebook Live.  I showcased using masking tape and ink to create backgrounds for your cards.  This card uses Masking Tape and So Saffron ink to create the central panel on the card front.  You simply take a piece of tape and lay it over the ink pad sticky side down and then attach the tape to Whisper White card.  When you remove the tape you are left with a unique pattern of ink.  I covered the Whisper White card by attaching the tape several times.  I attached the coloured panel to So Saffron card and then Whisper White card. I stamped the greeting from the Daisy Lane stamp set using Calypso Coral ink before attaching the panel to scored and folded So Saffron card.  I stamped two large flowers and three small flowers onto Whisper White card using Calypso Coral ink and the images from the Daisy Lane stamp set.  I used the Daisy Punch and the Medium Daisy Punch to cut out the flowers.  I also stamped the leaf image from the Daisy Lane stamp set onto scrap Whisper White card twice using Pear Pizzazz ink and cut them out.  I curled the petals on the flowers and stacked the two large flowers and one small flower together.  I stacked the last two small flowers together before arranging the leaves and flowers onto the left hand side of the card front. I also added some Clear Faceted Gems to the centre of the flowers.

To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped the leaf image twice using Pear Pizzazz ink onto the lower left hand corner of Whisper White card.  I stamped the small daisy onto scrap Whisper White card twice using Calypso Coral ink.  I punched out the flowers using the Medium Daisy Punch, stacked them together and attached them over the leaf stems.

I really love the end result, don’t you.   This masking tape technique is lots of fun and I am sure I will be using it again to create one of a kind cards.

Bye for now,

Kris

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