Watercolour for the Non-Artistic Cardmaker: Masking and Stencilling

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Hi Crafters,
welcome back to Watercolour for the Non-Artistic Cardmaker Stencilling and Masking. Below you can link up your creations until January 23rd where I will pick the winners of the prizes. Today we are going to look at stencilling and masking. Stencilling can be a great way to add subtle texture to a project while masking will help you create pretty backgrounds without disturbing your focal point.

Other Posts for this Series:
Please remember I am planning on doing FREE monthly classes like THIS if there is enough engagement, you can ensure I will do it by:


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Card #1: Stenciling






Here is 1 of the 2 video tutorials available today!



How awesome does a stencil combined with watercolours look?




Card #2: Masking




Here is video 2 of 2 for today's class!


I love creating watercolour backgrounds for my Copic images, it makes them stand out!







You are welcome to link up your creations for today's class! 

Prize #1: Clearly Besotted Jump For Joy Stamp
Prize #2: $10 to My Favorite Things
Prize #3: $10 to So Suzy Stamps 

How to participate:
1. Stick to the theme
2. Link up a new project





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5 comments

  1. I just found your videos on YouTube and I have been enjoying them. I love the frog card! Cute and simple. Also love the watercolor background. Keep up the good work and I look forward to more videos!

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  2. i didn't know archival ink was copic friendly, so thank you for that, i love the froggies and the yellow card is pretty amazing too, well done

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    1. Hi Maaike,
      it isn't. I was just careful not to go too often over the ink. With watercolour and copic you need to make a choice, copic-friendly or watercolour-friendly

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  3. Hi Justine, thanks for all the videos and pdfs. I'm not sure if it's me or the link, but the pdf for this lesson takes me to the colorbursts pdf. Help? Thanks!

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