Joy & Happiness

Sunday, January 5, 2014

 
If a masked rectangle looks cool, why not a square or a circle?
This time I kept the colors the same ;), but used snowflakes instead of flowers.
This card was so quick and easy because all of the stamping was one-step.  Some inks are stamped full strength and some have been stamped off first just to add more color variation.

 
This one is also one layer so mass producing would be so easy.
The hardest part is placing the mask in the center and to be honest......I just eye-balled it!

 
Thank you so much for all of your sweet comments yesterday.
See you again soon!


Cardstock: Recollections White 110lb.
Stamps: WP9 Folk Art Flurries, PTI Half &Half
Ink: PTI Smokey Shadow, Soft Stone, Aqua Mist, Enchanted Evening, Melon Berry

15 comments :

  1. LOVE this one too! Snowflakes so delicate and pretty in this color combo.

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  2. Love your design, Kara! Pinned...

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  3. I love one layer stamped cards! This is beautiful too. I love this idea!

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  4. Kara outstanding masking,it turned out gorgeous!

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  5. If it ain't broke, don't fix it! And this is certainly a beautiful example of it! Stunning again! :)

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  6. Looks just as great with a square. And I love the snowflakes.

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  7. Love this one and also the one with the rectangle! Such a great one layer card! Pinned...

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  8. Cute idea...you are always so good at trying out new things Kara!

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  9. You're on fire! I love these colors and this whole stamped border look that you've been rockin', Kara!

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  10. Another fabulously masked card. You are truly inspiring me to give this a try.

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  11. You could really do a lot with this! Love the generational colors too.

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  12. So pretty! I love all the bold color and the snowflakes peeking out the edges of your sentiment.

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