Category Archives: Masking Fluid

(2018 c143) Lawn Fawn, Wish Upon A Star

Using the Misti Stamping Tool , I stamped the stars with Versamark Ink with Lawn Fawn:  Upon A Star and heat embossed with A very glittery embossing powder that I bought at a garage sale and it did not have a label, so I don’t even know where to get more.  I stamped the fox and rabbits & embossed with Silver Ranger …

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(2018 c141) Penny Black Christmas Shaker

Stamps used:  A Festive Season by Penny Black For the background I Masked off the hillside and “spattered”  Art Masking Fluid by Windsor & Newton with a Kemper Spatter Brush on watercolor paper and let it dry.  I then sponged Faded Jeans Distress Inks by Ranger .   The snowflake is from  A Festive Season by Penny Black and was heat embossed with white.  For the Shaker I glued the …

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(2017 c39) Poinsettia Christmas Shaker

  Peaceful Poinsettias by Taylored Expressions were stamped with Versamark and Heat embossed with Gold EP.  Then I masked with Art Masking Fluid by Windsor & Newton.  For the background I watered down Color Burst Liquid Metals by Ken Oliver and spattered several colors. For the shaker portion I got my inspiration from What Would Kelly Make: Shaker Card, …

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(2016 c20) Spring Scene following Sandy Allnock’s tutorial, I used Color Burst by Ken Oliver

For my little Spring Scene card today I followed Sandy Allnock’s Tutorial found HERE.  I used a different powdered Pigment product that she also uses sometimes called Color Burst by Ken Oliver. If your local craft store does not carry them, you can find them on Amazon.   Challenges Entered: RightAtHomeShop:  National Craft Month Celebration Hop – …

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(2015 c56) Designs By Ryn, Birthday Card

Today’s Birthday Watercolor card was stamped with Designs By Ryn – Flying Hummingbird 3 & Sideways Hibiscus.   I water colored the bird and flower first and let dry completely then applied Windsor & Newton Art Masking Fluid.  Then I water colored the background and let completely dry before removing the mask.  I colored with Crayola watercolors. I highlighted …

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