Thursday, November 20, 2014


Papercrafting is big on trends.  I am not ashamed to admit that I fall prey to mostly all of the new trends.  I try and incorporate them into my projects and still maintain my signature style.  

But...ya know what?  I find that I become just as excited about techniques as well.  

I don't know about you but, the more I add new techniques to my arsenal, the better I become as a crafter.  There are some "basic" papercrafting skills that will always without fail - add value to a project.  One of those techniques for me is masking.

I used masking on this card and I just LOVE it!  I'm linking it up with the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.

I just love how this card turned out.  See the masking?  I think it made all the difference.

I've never been really good with listing my supplies.  ESPECIALLY the Copic markers that I've used.  However, I can tell you I used about nine different markers on the leaves.

Inspiration:  My yard!  I have beautiful oak trees and many other varieties of trees on my property and they're all so pretty!

Markers - Copic (lots of 'em)
Leaf stamp - Freckled Fawn

Peace y'all,

1 comment:

Caryn said...

Very pretty card - your Copic blending is stunning - I love it.

Thanks for joining in at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.