Mar 25 2012

Using Masks with the On the Edge Dies

Published by joyofstamping at 5:45 pm under Projects,Ranger,Stampers Anonymous,tim holtz

So, I have a new obsession…. when I took the class I mentioned in my previous post, we created a tag that used a Tim Holtz Mask. (see 2nd picture in previous post)  I loved the outcome of using the mask.  So, I decided to create one with my own twist.

The new Sewing Edge Die is one of my favorite dies that was released this past January.  I cut my mask out of this die.  I took my tag and covered the right side of it with Milled Lavender Stain. After I dried it, I covered it with the mask.  I then ran Broken China, Peeled Paint, and Walnut Stain Distress Pads over the tag.  Then I used one of my favorite new stamp sets Attic Treasures inked with Jet Black Archival Ink.

I hope the Inspiration Emporium customers that received this in their orders enjoyed it! :)   I sure enjoyed making them! :)

~joy

 

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11 responses so far

11 Responses to “Using Masks with the On the Edge Dies”

  1. Chastity says:

    Love your tags! So pretty!

  2. Shirley says:

    I love these tags!

  3. Donna Smith says:

    Loved the tag in my order!!!

  4. Caroline D. says:

    Gorgeous tag!!!… that die mask is perfect with the stamps you used.

  5. Tracy MacIntosh says:

    Just received one with my last order – thank you, Joy! Hope you don’t mind if I “lift”!

  6. O O O!!! I have one of those!!! I love it!!! You are the masking queen!!!

  7. pi says:

    You rock, Ms Joyful!
    I feel another order coming on! ;)

  8. kelly Booth says:

    LOOOOOOOVE this….Such a creative tag and I Love the colors you used too!! xoxoxo!!

  9. Stunning! I love how you used the layers & effects. Adore the masks & I just got a mask sheet so this is great to see what I can do with it. HUGS

  10. Jen says:

    Hi there – I rec’d one of your lovely tags in my IE order and I just love it! Thanks so much. The sewing-theme has always been a favourite of mine, so it was quite a surprise.

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