Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Stamp Masking video part 2

Techniques, Tips, Trends, Tutorials, and Tricks

Hello, friends!

Here is the part two of last week's video. Please let me know if you have any questions!





If you cannot see the video above, click here ==> Stamp Masking video part 2
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8 comments:

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Like the pretty bouquet of flowers made using the masking. Looked at end to see the product used for masking but did not see it and think I recall you indicating it was from Inkadinkado and sold at Michaels. Will ck Michaels out.
Melissa
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Joan Smith said...

Good Morning Melanie.....Thanks for your awesome Masking tutorial you are a great teacher since I am a visual person I totally appreciate your video!! I can't wait to give this a try and totally happy because I do have this Inka Dinka Do masking paper in with my acrylic stamping blocks but have yet to use it LOL but I will now!! Your flowers turned out so pretty. Thanks Girl!! YOU so ROCK!!

Jennifer Earley said...

Thanks for a great video on masking! The flowers came out beautifully!

LST in Colorado said...

Melanie, thank you for another great tutorial on fancy masking. I too am a visual person so this makes it clear and easy to do. Your an awesome instructor and I'm going to give this a try. Your a ROCKIN' CRAFTER!!!! Keep rockin'!!

Vanessa said...

Thanks for the great video! Your instructions were very clear and helpful. Can't wait to try this technique!

Coelle said...

Thanks Melanie for introducing me to that product "inkadinkado"...as I had never heard of it or would have understood it's usage. I've always noticed your different colored images and wondered how it was done. Great video...thanks again for doing it!

Marie said...

I did not know about that stamp masking paper and can see how easy it is to create something beautiful. Thanks for sharing!

Lee Kendel said...

Thanks so much for this tutorial. Masking seems like a mystery to me if I don't do it often. When you were done with the Inkadinkadoo Masking paper can you put it back on the masks and use it again. That is what I do with the post it notes I use and then I store them with the stamp set.

 
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