Stampin’ Up! Masking Technique Gone Wrong Video Tutorial

It’s Wednesday!
That means tonight is my Facebook Live Tutorial!!

Today’s card was the card I shared last week.  If you caught it live you know that, well, there were a few bumps along the way.
Because I do this video live, when I mess up, you get to see how I recover.

This card uses the beautiful Free As A Bird Stamp Set and gorgeous Nested Dies.  The masking technique gives the appearance that the leaves are behind the bird, even though they are two different stamps.

I sure hope you’ll join me tonight at 7:30 pm EST on my Facebook page.  I’ll be showing off a new card and break down how to make it.  If you catch it live and leave a comment, at the end I’ll draw a name for someone to receive it!

If you ever miss any of my tutorials, you can watch them on my YouTube channel.

To see how I created today’s card (and how I recovered from a few oops), check out the video below:


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