Monday, March 4, 2013

Masking Techniques with Stencils

We have a great deal of talent among our members and customers, and you can check it out any time by visiting our Club Scrap Art Galleria. Never is this talent more evident than during Club Scrap's Pro Scrapbooker's League (PSL) season. One of this week's stand-out artists (in my humble opinion!) was Club Member and frequent Guest Blogger, Julie Heyer.



When I was browsing the PSL Gallery, I was struck by Julie's cards, and I immediately found myself wondering how she did it. Well, guess what? A very generous Julie wrote a blog post with a detailed description of how she achieved this effect. You can check it out HERE.

  

You can see how she masked off areas of artwork using the "shapes" stencil from the 2012 Retreat. Using ink applicators, inks and rubber stamps, the results are stunning! Julie breaks down the process, step by step, on her blog...and I just love the effect. I hope you do, too!


Stop on over at Julie's blog and leave her a little blog lovin'...I'm sure she'd appreciate it!

Creatively yours,
Karen

5 comments:

  1. Way you go Julie! Absolutely wonderful.

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  2. Thank you very much Karen for your kind words. So glad you enjoyed my blog post. :)

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