Friday, June 29, 2012

Pink and Green Smile Card

Today was a scorcher, and I spent the day working in the studio gluing mop cord beards on Santas.  We have completely finished two designs and have about 4 more in the works.  I will be posting some photos next week as we complete more of them.  In the meantime, I have been working on a card for the MFP Tutorial Challenge.  It involved stamping an image, cutting it out, using it as a mask, and then using the image.  They are calling it Positive and Negative Masking.  It's a new technique and my pale pink and white flower card is my entry in the challenge.  The flower stamp is from Heartfelt Creations, the die labels are from Quickutz I think, the leaf die is from Provocraft, and there is a Victoriana embossing folder used as well.  The sentiment is from the dollar bin at Joann's or Michael's.  

7 comments:

Pat Garvin said...

I love the hint of pink in the background and it sparkles so nicely. Great job. Thanks for joining TTSTV.

Lagene said...

Great way to use the Negative mask on your background. Thanks for joining TTSTV this week, You were the first brave soul to enter this week!

Kathy Bradley said...

Very pretty card! The colors are soft and serene. Thanks for joining us at Tutorial Time on SpeedyTV.

Lois said...

Pink and green make a great color combo -- and I like your pale pink flower negatives on the background. Thanks for playing along with us.

Tammylee said...

Great job on this card! Love the pink, thanks for joining TTSTV this week!

Jane said...

Lovely card and a great use of the colors you chose!! Thanks for playing again this week at TTSTV.

Debbie Moran said...

Very pretty card. I love the colors. Thanks for trying the Tutorial Time on SpeedyTV technique and joining the fun. We hope to see you again next week. Be sure to check out all the other challenges on SpeedyTV for more chances to win free stamp sets from Marks Finest Papers, a Heinrich Co.