Masking Technique

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Woohoo, what an exciting week it's been already! I was so surprised (and honored) when I received an email from Selene at Stamping411 the other day, asking me if I'd like to be their very first featured artist! Of course I jumped at the chance! I have been participating in the Stamping411 challenges for quite some time now, and I have truly enjoyed every sketch. Of course the operators' samples are gorgeous week after week!

So here's the deal…the operators have a great "how-to" section on the right side of the blog, and Selene requested that I make a card, and show the technique I used to create it..hmmmm….what to do, what to do….then it came to me…I've had so many people asking me lately how I've been making bunches of daffodils out of the one stamp in Abundant Hope! If you've never tried masking, I hope you'll give it a try. You can use it with lots of different stamps, and it helps make those single stamps good for many different projects!

Thanks so much for stopping by!

20 thoughts on “Masking Technique

  1. I loved your cards. Your tutorial on masking was absolutely the best I have ever seen. Thank you for making it so easy to understand. You are very talented!

  2. WooHoo! Kerin Rocks the house!!!!
    Thank you so much for agreeing to be our very first Featured Artist at the 411! You KNOW I love your work and look forward to your postings every day.
    Great tutorial on Masking – I’m sharing it with my downline today!

  3. Congrats on being the first Artist on Stamping 411, you do deserve the spot! This was a great first selection also. Masking this flower has been hard because I wasn’t positive how to do it. You made it SO do-able. Thanks for sharing your technique and tallent!! Fabulous Job!!

  4. Congratulations! As a new person (just tonight), visiting AND subscribing to your blog, I can see why you were asked to be a featured artist. Not just “A” featured artist but “THE” FIRST ONE! You are certainly talented!! TFS!

  5. Kerin, I want to thank you for both reminding us of this great technique (which I haven’t done in ages!), and for applying it to create such beautiful cards.

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