Sunday, 18 April 2021

Using die cuts as masks for Paper Rose Studio

I decided I wanted to use a set of dies to make masks with - so, in the process, I got two cards for the price of one!

For my first card, I cut some flowers using the Spring Bloom metal die set and temporarily adhered them to my white card base. I then blended a rainbow of Distress Oxide inks over the top, before removing the home-made masks. I finished with a die cut "happy" sentiment cut from glitter cardstock and a printed sentiment. 

For my second card, I took the masks that I had used on the first card and adhered them to a white card base, before adding a black die-cut "happy birthday" sentiment.


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1 comment:

  1. Two great cards Michelle. Love the rainbow colours.


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