I have a fun technique to share today. I had an idea yesterday for overlapped, inked images in different shades or tones. I thought if I layered my masks and blended a new color of ink each time I might achieve the look, and it worked!
Starting with a piece of white cardstock I sponged on some Hayride ink. I cut several masks out of Post-It tape using the new Autumn Leaves dies from WPlus9. After allowing the ink to settle into the paper, I applied the masks and burnished them with a bone folder. Once the masks were adhered well, I applied the second color, Sweet Nectar, with the ink blending tool. Without removing the first layer of masks, I added a second layer. I overlapped the first layer of masks in some areas. After I burnished the masks well again, I sponged on the third color of ink, Pumpkin Spice. I repeated the process and sponged on my final color of ink, Gala Red.
When all of the layers were done that's when I removed all of the masks to reveal the multi-layered masked images, I was so happy with how it turned out! I added a simple greeting from Grateful Greetings to finish it off.
Thanks so much for stopping by today!
Cardstock: WP9 Black, White
Stamps: WP9 Grateful Greetings
Ink: WP9 Hayride, Sweet Nectar, Pumpkin Spice, Gala Red, Black
Dies: WP9 Autumn Leaves, SSS Stitched Rectangles
Other: Post-It Tape For Masks