Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Clean & Simple Card Making (2) Day 2--Part 2, and ColourQ #174





I wanted to try one more technique that we learned this morning, and this week's ColourQ #174 colors were just what I needed for my card.  The technique is masking and reverse masking, as well as a simple faux embellishment.  I used a tiny dark pink rhinestone for the Raspberry Ripple, PTI Hibiscus Burst ink for the Primrose Petals, Memento Angel Pink Ink for the Pink Pirouette, Memento Rich Cocoa Ink for the Early Espresso, and Vintage Cream card stock for the Vanilla.

I die cut a heart out of a 4.25 x 5.5 " paper, right where I wanted my heart positioned on my card, used temporary adhesive to stick it to my card front, and sponged Memento Angel Pink within the heart shaped space.  Then, I removed that mask, covered the pink heart with the mask, and stamped Background Basics Circles across the card front.  Removed the heart mask, and I had my focal point. 


My faux embellisment is made just like Julie's, from a domed epoxy circle I found in my stash, adhered over a bit of stamped card stock.


Supplies Used (PTI):
Stamps:  Background Basics: Circles, Think Big Favorites, Lawn Fawn Belinda's Borders
Paper:  Vintage Cream
Ink:  Memento Rich Cocoa & Angel Pink, Hibiscus Burst
Other:  Domed Epoxy Circle, Rhinestone


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14 comments :

  1. Beautiful Joyce, I have not seen the Background Basics Circles in pink before, I love it. Great interpretation of the colours. Thank you so much for sharing with us this week at the colourQ!

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  2. Love hearing about your class! Your card is so pretty with all the pink. I have a whole bunch of those epoxy circles that I never think to use. Seeing your sweet accent makes me think I should maybe use some of mine!

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  3. Way to go with using BOTH of the masking techniques you learned in class today! And thanks for sharing them with us : ) Your card turned out so well ... and the rhinestone "i" is the finishing touch!

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  4. Love your card - great techniques. Keep them coming!

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  5. Joyce, this turned out so cute! I still need to give this one a try. Looking forward to see what you create today.

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  6. Pretty! Love the line of circles from Maile. Don't have that set, but love it everytime I see it, hi hi. Lovely embellishment!
    Hugs, Wendy

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  7. so pretty!! so glad you shared it with us at the ColourQ!!

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  8. Gorgeous!
    I love those circles atop of the heart...
    and the colors are perfect! :)

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  9. Very smart...you stamped it perfectly! Love your handmade little embellishment. Those are great colors for this week's Colour Q!

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  10. Such a sweet Valentine, Joyce! I always forget to use reverse masking and need to do that because I love your results. Your rhinestone dotted "i" adds the perfect touch.

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  11. So pretty, Joyce, what a lovely Valentine! thanks for joining us at the colourQ and sharing your card.

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  12. Very cool technique...it looks perfect! Love the little brad, too! Thanks for using the CQC colors this week in your creation!

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