January 22, 2009

This card from the Stampin’ Up workshop and was to demonstrate a masking technique, I failed miserably at what was being taught but I ended up with a similar card to everyone else. We used a chocolate chip marker and a punch to get the stitched look. We used dimensionals to make some of the flowers pop up.

Supplies: All supplies used on this card are Stampin’ Up!, tangerine tango, kiwi kiss, whisper white cardstock, Petal Pizzaz Stamp Set, dimensionals, the following inks were used –kiwi kiss, tangerine tango, riding hood red, so saffron, chocolate chip.

Have a great day.


  1. Oh SISTER, this is STUNNING. The colors on this one just POP and it would cheer anyones day! I can explain masking to you any day - I use it in art all the time. Truly, this card is fantastic!

    Do you ever speriment with anything other than 'real' stamps, like bubblewrap etc? I can see you going wild one day.

    Thanks for sharing - love to see your creative side unleashed!

    ♥ Sis

  2. Good Afternoon Nina:)
    I have been looking at and reading your blog trying to catch up on all the wonderful cards you made while I was MIA.:) I love your cards and the ones with the dimensionals are soo cool.Thank you for showing them to us and telling us how you did them.It helps..believe me.:)
    Hopefully next week things will quieten down some for me and I can get back to blogging more frequently.

    Take care and have fun making your fantastic cards.I am in the process off and on of decorating a clip board to make it a frame.Have you tried those yet? I just started and the only thing on it at the moment is the background paper.LOL It can only get better..right?:)


  3. wow ..this is neat ..you can see the flower standing above the others ...neat stamp class ..way to go Nina