Masking Technique for Cardmaking with Mint Tape
Distress Ink, Flowers, ink blending, Zig Markers

Masking Technique

Masking Technique for Cardmaking with Mint Tape

Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing a fun technique with you — masking! This is a technique to get a layered look with your stamps. I used the Hero Arts Daisy and Bees stamp set and created a card front with daisies. To get the look of some flowers appearing behind other flowers, you would create a mask. I’ll show you how to do this in my video below.


Hero Florals Daisy and Bees STAMP SET ONLY –

Hero Florals Daisy and Bugs STAMP & DIE SET – – Hero Arts – Amazon 4″ Mint Tape 1″ Mint Tape – Scissors – Stainless Steel – Small Precision – 4 inch – Scissors – Stainless Steel – Medium Straight – 5 inch

Bristol Smooth Cardstock

Versafine Onxy Black Ink

Heat Tool
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Ranger Ink – Tim Holtz – Distress Sprayer

Spectrum Sparkle Clear Overlay Pen

Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens
–Peach Pink –
–Blender –
–Bright Yellow –
–Lemon Yellow –
–Beige –

Ranger Ink Distress Oxide Ink Pad – Peacock Feathers Lagoon Blue Ink Pad Embellishment Jar Sponge Daubers

Crafter’s Companion Glass Mat

Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive Glue

Memento Tuxedo Black Dual Marker

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