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Hi everyone! Do you love masking technique? As for me, I love to use this technique as often as I can 🙂 Today I want to share with one more different way to creating card background with this technique.

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Close up.

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At first cut a rectangle from white cardstock. It will be you card background. Stamp randomly a jar from “Sweet as honey” stamp set. I used black ink from Memento, because I’m going to use my copic markers.

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Stamp another jar on the asking paper or on the memo paper, cut few jars and cover the image on the card background.

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Using honeycomb stamp and orange ink create a background. Don’t forget to cover all jars with masks.

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You can stamp honeycomb randomly or stamp honeycomb close to each other to get continuous pattern.

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Use orange copic marker or any other your favorite medium and draw “honey” inside of each jar.

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Cut a circle from vellum and stamp the sentiment with black ink or you can make a black embossing, as I am. Glue circle to stamped background. I recomend to use few drops of transparent liquid glue on back side of the vellum to glue it to background, I added the glue behind the letters.

 

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Glue stamped panel to card base. Add accents using tiny bee stamps and colorful sequins.

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Have a great day!

Galina

 

 

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2 responses to “Honey card”

  1. LauraJane:) says:

    I look forward to Friday because of your posts Galina! This is a clever card.