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Friday, 8 January 2010

Weekend Workshop #28

Welcome to another WW, and this time we have a masking tutorial from one of our guest designers, Sam.
So without any further ado...

I used card-stock from Rymans, it is Bright white coated card, which is available in 160gsm and 200gsm.  I usually use the 160gsm and it works fantastic with Promarkers.  I used Memento ink in Tuxedo Black.
 First I stamped the Tilda image onto the card

My next step was to stamp the same image onto a post it note close to the sticky edge

Then cut out the image from the post it note 

I wanted Tilda to sit on top of the piano

Using a stamp positioner I stamped the piano image onto the thin acrylic sheet

I placed the stamp                    I removed the thin                    When the post it

positioner over the                   acrylic sheet containing             note is removed Tilda

stamped image of Tilda             my image and stamped            looks as though she is

so she looked as though             the piano in its place                 sitting on top of the 

she was sitting on the piano                                                                 piano.

The finished image coloured ready to go on my card...

Well, that was a super tutorial that'll work for lots of things - girls on swings, sitting on benches, chairs etc.

Next week we have an image tutorial from the fabulous Maria

Gina, Denise and the DT xx

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