I am the new Product Demonstrator at Outlaw Women Scrapbook Emporium. I will be posting tutorials for them in OWSE Blog on the 1st and the 15th of each month.
Here is my March 1st tutorial about masking
All About Masking by Lucy Chesna
Here is a short journey in the world of masks. I have been using masks for a couple of years and I love how it looks on my projects. Masks are made from a durable, flexible material that is tacky on the one side. It is basically the opposite of a stencil. Their uses are certainly not limited to just scrapbooking, you can use them on fabric, leather, homemade paper and even on sculpture clay. The masks come in a range of patterns – some full size masks and some are minis.
In this tutorial, I will be using the Tim Holtz walnut stain distress ink and the Tim Holtz Flourish Mask to see how easy it can be applied.
Here is my finished project
Cardstock: American Crafts
Patterned Paper: Basic Grey Hopscotch
Flowers: Prima Angelous Flowers
Stamp: Claudine Hellmuth Studio “Dwelling” Foam Stamp
Embossing Powder: Stampendous Pirate Gold
Distress Ink: Tim Holtz Walnut Stain
Mask: Tim Holtz Flourish
Other: Acrylic Paint
You can use them with anything that adds color. Some examples would be paint, distress inks, mists, perfect pearls, embossing powder, glitter, molding paste and stickles.
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