Timeless Tulips ~ Masking Technique
The Timeless Tulips are new in the Stampin’ Up! January-June Mini Catalogue (let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like a copy of this catalogue!) I thought it would be a perfect stamp set to show off the masking technique and create a beautiful garden of tulips in a video. This is a lovely stamp set that comes with a variety of sayings as well as options for stems and leaves. And you can also get a matching punch for one of the leaves and the largest tulip (this is the Timeless Tulips Bundle here).
Masking is a rubber-stamping technique that allows you to put images in the background and make other images appear to be in the foreground. On this card, that I made, the Calypso Coral Tulips appear to be in the front of the image and the Grapefruit Grove Tulips appear to be in behind. It is a simple technique that has lots of uses in stamping and it is made with the office staple, a sticky note.
You can see how I made the card, including the fun knotted cord detail in my video below. Be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel to see future videos. Also at the end of this post, I have the full list of supplies and measurements used on this card. And the colour scheme on this card is listed below.
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The card measurements are shown in my video, but I thought I’d copy them here too for you for easy reference.
- Old Olive Card Base:
- Whisper White: 4 1/2″ x 4″
- Whisper White Strip: 3 1/2″ x 1/2″
- Designer Series Paper: 4″ x 1″
You can see another card I made with the Timeless Tulips stamp set here on my blog.