Designer Spot Light : Inspired By Stamping

Hi lovely crafting peeps and welcome to today’s blog post. Today I will be using some masking fluid that I found at my local art and craft store. 
I first stamped the floral image from the “Tulip Bouquet ” stampset with Jet Black Staz On ink. 
I then used an old brush and painted with Masking Fluid over the image with the masking liquid conscious of staying within the stamped image. 

I chose 3 Distress Ink colours to use for the base to apply a wash colour over the image. To spread the ink over I used a flat brush. I made sure I first brushed the water colour cardstock with water so the distress inks can spread over the card stock without streaking. I used my craft mat to pick up the distress inks.

Once the ink has dried I used my rubber cement eraser to pick up the masking fluid leaving the white cardstock appear through the colour wash.
I then matted on black cardstock then placed on a white card base. 
 For the sentiment I have used the Big Hello stampset and heat embossed on vellum cardstock. 
To help embellish I have used heart die cuts with red glittered cardstock  and placed them over the card.
I hope today’s card inspired you to used other masking mediums other than post it notes or masking paper. I have found this method rather quick and easy.

3 Comments Add yours

  1. C2 says:

    The e-mail sent out by Inspired by Stamping does not lead to this post. It goes here: http://luv2scrapnmakecards.blogspot.com/2015/03/polka-dots-please-with-ibs.html

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  2. Jo Herbert says:

    Thank you for letting me know, Joanna from Inspired By stamping has now fixed this. Appreciate your comment. Jo

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  3. lisa808 says:

    Lovely card and great tutorial. I had not heard of masking fluid.

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