Thursday, 3 May 2018

Stamping Techniques To Try - Masking Tape

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Welcome to another Stamping Techniques to Try blog hop. Each month we highlight a fun technique that is easy and every one can do.
This month we are featuring the Painter's Tape or Masking Tape Technique.
This technique involved transferring ink to paper using masking tape. It is a fun technique, easy to do and gives a great look. 
I have used it below on my card for the sea and sand.

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This technique is so so easy. All you do is get a strip of standard masking tape, just the tape you use when painting your walls. Your lay the sticky side of the masking tape down onto your ink pad, run your finger on the tape to transfer the ink. Then put the masking tape on your card stock and rub again. The ink will transfer from the tape to your project giving you the really cool effect you can see above. Here is a closer view as well so you can see it better.

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I did stamp over it as well for the water and the sand. I loved how it gave more depth than if I had of just used the stamps alone.





The stamp set I have used is called High Tide. Here it is below.


This stamp set is actually the basis of one of my Stamping By Mail Classes this month. Learn how to make eight unique projects using this stamp set. Just click on the image below or go HERE to learn more.



Thanks for dropping by.
Have a great day.
Cheers,
Narelle





10 comments:

  1. What a clever idea! Awesome card Narelle!

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  2. Wow, your card looks great Narelle. Thanks for the inspiration

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  3. So gorgeous Narelle....love this stampset and the technique suites it perfectly!

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  4. cool card Narelle ... love the continuation behind your top layer.

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