Simon Hurley create. So Much Joy Card by Jess Francisco

Follow along as Jess Francisco shows you a quick masking technique to make this clean and simple card using the newest Simon Hurley create. products.

Instructions

 

Simon Hurley create So Much Joy Card Step 1 

Step 1: Stamp one of the floral images from 'Pretty Peonies' in Jet Black Archival Ink near the center of a piece of cardstock measuring 3.75” x 5.5”.

 

 

Simon Hurley create So Much Joy Card Step 2

Step 2: Stamp the same image on a piece of masking tape or paper. Use a sharp pair of scissors to cut the image out, leaving not space around the outer edge of the stamped image. Line the mask you've created up and place it directly on top of the image you stamped on the white paper.

 

 

Simon Hurley create So Much Joy Card Step 3

Step 3: Ink up around half of the 'Pinstripe' background stamp with Archival Jet Black Ink. Use a cloth or paper towel to blot off the edges of the ink on one side, then lay the card panel on the background stamp and apply smooth, even pressure to transfer the ink. Remove the card panel and peel off the mask.

 

 

 Simon Hurley create So Much Joy Card Step 4 

Step 4: Use Piggyback and Viper inks to stamp the coordinating leaf images. Line these up carefully so they fit perfectly inside the lines of the original floral stamp.

 

 

Simon Hurley create. So Much Joy Card Step 5

Step 5: Stamp the sentiment 'you bring me so much joy' in Archival Jet Black Ink on the lower left portion of the card panel.

 

 

Simon Hurley create So Much Joy Card Step 6

Step 6: Mount the card panel on a piece of black cardstock measuring 4”x5.25”, then mount that on a white A2 sized card base. Use Ranger Multi Medium Matte to apply a few clear sequins for a little bit of sparkle.

 

 

Simon Hurley create. So Much Joy Card Finished Card

Your card is finished and ready to send!

 


 

 

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