I had seen this masking technique on Pinterest, and wanted to give credit to the person who posted it, however, when I went back to find it I could not find it! If anyone knows, please let me know, and I will give her/him credit for the idea.
I do not know how they did theirs, as I did not follow through on the link. But here is how I did mine. I started with a white panel and torn paper. I laid down a piece of the torn paper, then, with my TH distress inks, sponged the first colors, mustard seed and fossilized amber. Then I tore another sheet, masked off the next section, and sponged candied apple, then repeated the process with faded jeans and peeled paint.
Then I simply stamped the aganpanthus cluster over the background and added some white highlights for interest. The verse is from a clear Stampendous set (SSC039). I embossed it onto black card stock with white embossing powder. It seemed to need something, so I ran my black stamp pad along the outer edges to frame it in.
A few black sequins finished off the front. The panel is raised onto a white card using fun foam.
I am adding this card to the following challenges:
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes
CardMaker Facebook Group - Color Your World
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