One Layer Cards using MFT’s Seaside Seagulls/Card 2 of 3

I love framing up my images–it helps bring the focus on them.  For my second one layer card, I used a large mask to create a frame.  I used Inkadinkado Stamping Mask Paper for this.  I cut out an oval and placed negative mask onto my card front.  I was then able to ink blend in the oval.  Once I pulled up my mask, I had beautiful, crisp lines creating a frame.

But before I did my ink blending, I stamped all my images and used masks for them as well.


For my images I used Post-It Super Sticky Full Adhesive paper.  Masks can help you add dimension to your card.  For instance, I stamped the larger cloud first, masked it, and stamped the smaller cloud overlapping it a little bit.  This gave the illusion that my second cloud was behind the first cloud and further off in the distance.

I decided to use Prismacolor pencils to color in my images.  They are one layer card friendly–they don’t bleed through to the other side, unlike Copic Markers.

To add a little more interest to the card, I colored in the tips of the bird’s wings with hot pink.  I thought this complimented the sentiment.  Lol!

Below is my card video.  You can watch it here or on my YouTube channel in HD.  Thanks for visiting!

Supply List:

MFT’s Seaside Seagulls

Simon Says Stamp Intense Black Ink

Neenah Solar White 110# Card stock

Prismacolor Pencils: Cool Grey 70%, Cool Grey 50%, Cool Grey 20%, Hot Pink, Orange, Sunburst Yellow, Greyed Lavender

About jackiescrafttablehttp://jackiescrafttabledotcom.wordpress.comI'm a lover of all things crafty, especially when it involves paper. Card crafting is my newest love because it involves creating something beautiful or cute or funny and sending it to people I love.

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