JustRite Papercrafts is to use masking. Now, JustRite have wonderful cut files that make this technique ridiculously easy - you can see a great tutorial about it HERE. However, I (sadly) don't own any of these, so it was fussy cutting for me! I chose to use the shoe and flowers from JustRite's Shoes Vintage Labels Six stamp set, and as that makes for quite a large image, I decided to make a fancy edged card by die cutting folded white cardstock with a Spellbinders Decorative Labels Eight die, and then cutting more white cardstock with the same die for the card front. Next, I masked the flower stems on the stamp with a post-it note, inked it with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and stamped it onto blending card. Then, I stamped the flowers again onto another post-it note, cut it out and stuck it over the image on the blending card. Then I stamped the shoe over the top, and, after removing the post-it note, my image looked like the flowers were poking out of the top of the shoe. Then I added the sentiment from JustRite's Botanical Medallions & Banners stamp set, die cut the whole thing with a Spellbinders Labels Eight, sponging around the edge with pink ink while the card was in the die and layering it onto purple cardstock. A bow made with lilac seam binding finished it off.
Copic Colours used were: BV0000, BV000, BV01, BV02, BV13, RV00, RV02, Y11, Y15, G43, G46, C3, C5, C7, C9.
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