Hello! Rochelle here. I would like to share a fun technique with you that I think is a “go to” tool that every card maker should use. First of all, raise your hand if you try and maximize the use out of all your supplies. I’m raising both hands and feet! LOL! I save a lot of scraps because I try to stretch my supplies as far as they’ll go. Today, I’m going to show use how to do a masking technique with the negative part of your die cut.
First you want to use some repositionable adhesive on your negative die cut to secure it in place while stamping on your project.
Next you want to stamp around the edges to make sure your shape is well established. If you do it this way, you’ll be sure to get the full benefit of the negative portion of your die cut.
Next you want to stamp in the negative space of your die cut shape. Make sure you fill the shape in it’s entirety so that your shape really fleshes out.
Here is what your shape “could” end up looking like.
Please show us your creation after you’ve tried this technique!
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