Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Distress oxide stencil masking no layer card.

For Technique Time at Unity, I am showing a way to make a no layer card using distress oxide ink, a stencil, stamping and masking.  This is a quick and easy CAS card design.



Sentiment:  Time to hit refresh.

This clean and simple card was made with a flat design, directly onto the card base.  The process involves ink blending using a stencil plus stamping.  See below for details and a video tutorial.

Here are helpful tips for creating this card.  To begin, pre-cut and score your card base.  Then, die-cut cardstock and use the negative as a mask.  Next, place the card base onto a scrap piece of paper.  Then position the mask over the card base.  Now, adhere the stencil over the masked panel.  I used repositionable tape.  Next, blend the masked area with ink and then remove the card base.  Finally, stamp the sentiment and the floral area directly onto the card base.  As an option, top the card with sequins.



I made a quick video tutorial showing the process for this project.
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Here is another look.




Supplies:  Unity Stamp Co. Time To RefreshRanger jet black and watering can; MFT cascading scallop stencil, My Creative Time More Scalloped Stitched Ovals, makeup blending brush, Gina K Designs connect glue, Marvy jewel picker, original misti, Pretty Pink Posh sequins and purple tape.

Be sure to visit the Unity blog for the entire article and tutorial.
Also, you can find my other features at Unity's
Technique Time and
Watercolor Wednesday.


Have a great day.
Gaylynn

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