Thursday, March 1, 2018

Bunny Friends - Pretty Pink Posh

Hello everyone! Stopping by to share an Easter card I made using the new Bunny Friends stamp set from Pretty Pink Posh that is now available for purchase.  

For today, I made an one layer using the masking technique. Masking is a stamping technique where you cover stamped images so that the other images may be placed over it to create an illusion of depth. The image you stamp first is the one that will appear on the front. The second image will look as though it's partially behind the first.

 To begin, I stamped the bunnies from Bunny Friends on thin printer paper. I cut them out with a scissor right on the line. Behind the images, I used a removable adhesive tape.

I placed a trimmed Bristol paper inside a Misti Stamping Tool and stamped the first bunny and flowers. I covered the stamped image with the paper mask, and I used the Molotow Masking Liquid on the flowers (since it would be more difficult to create paper masks for them). I continued masking and stamping until I had all the images stamped.

To add color to the panel, I die-cut trimmed paper with a die from the Scallop Borders 2.

I covered the top of the panel with the die-cut paper and inked the bottom with Twisted Citron Distress Oxide and Mowed Lawn Distress Ink. After, I spritzed it with water for texture. I then covered the bottom and inked the top of the panel with Peacock Feathers and Tumbled Glass Distress Inks. I spritzed it with water as well as splatters of diluted Peacock Feather Distress Inks. Finally, I removed all the paper masks and colored the images with Copic markers.

I stamped the sentiment with VersaMark Ink from the Easter Friends stamp set and embossed it with white embossing powder. Then, I die-cut the panel with Stitched Notes Dies. To finish, I mounted the panel to a top folding card.

Thank you so much for visiting me today. Make to stop check out the rest of awesome new March Release from Pretty Pink Posh. Have a great day and happy cardmaking!

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