Blank Page Muse | Stamp and Mask | Quick Idea

I was on the Blank Page Muse blog today sharing a fun card that is made very quickly with just some stamping and easy masking. If you haven’t seen it yet you can find it here.

I used the Bird in Flight Open Wings Steampunk as my focal image, stamping it onto my card base and masking it off. I then stamped a background, not entirely covering the bird, using Stormy Sky Distress Oxide and the Open Weave Fishnet Background stamp. Having the background slightly offset from the focal image helps to add dimension. I added my sentiment, Dream Big Dreams, over the top of the stored background pattern. Finally I added interest to the bird by filling in the open spaces with a glitter gel pen.

This design is definitely quick and easy to make, and as I said offsetting the focal image from the background stamping helps to give the impression of dimension. This design could easily be changed up with a different background stamp, sentiment or even focal image. The possibilities are endless!

Love,

Lady Joyful

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Challenges:

Addicted to Stamps and More – Anything Goes

Digi Choosday – Anything Goes

Mod Squad Challenge – One Layer CAS

The House That Stamps Built – One Layer

Uniko Challenge – Anything Goes and Optional: Masculine


17 thoughts on “Blank Page Muse | Stamp and Mask | Quick Idea

  1. Fabulous one-layer card!! I really like the texture from that fishnet stamp! Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.

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