5 cards in 5 days with WOW | Masking Technique

Hello there!

It Is Ola and I am back with my final card for my series of   ”5 cards in 5 days with WOW ”.  Today I am going to show you how to create a floral card using Masking Technique.

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For this cardmaking tutorial you will need:

White Card blank

White cardstock

Gold pearlescent card

WOW Embossing pad

Heat tool

Embossing powders

Floral stamp set

I have started this card by stamping and fussy cutting the  flowers of a scrap piece of paper to create a mask.  Masking technique is used to create illusion that one object is behind the other. I will be creating vision that one of the flower is behind other, as well as my leaves will be behind my bouquet.  Let me show you!

I have stamped large flower on the top left corer of white cardstock with WOW clear embossing pad and gently covered with mask. Then I have stamped smaller flower on top of my mask shifting slightly to the right.

When I remove my mask it looks like the smaller flower is hidden behind larger flower.  Lets repeat all steps on other side of cardstock.

When all flowers are stamped and embossed , time to stamp the leaves.  I have covered both large and small flower with mask and stamped my leaves in the way that some of them are stamped directly on the mask and some not. When I removed all the masking I have created illusion that leaves are behind the flowers.

Now is the time to add sentiment and assemble my card. I have used Simon Says Stamp sentiment stamp and stamped using black versa mark ink.

I have mounted a piece of gold pearlescent card onto card blank before adding my top panel.

To finish my card I have added pink gemstones in the center of all flower and here we have floral card using Masking Technique.

To see video tutorial please visit my YouTube Channel – Crafty Ola or click on video link below:

I do hope you enjoyed this series of 5 card made in 5 days with WOW and get inspired to created beautiful cards yourself!

Happy Crafting Everybody.

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