Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Christmas Friend

Howdy Crafters - I learned about how to do a horizon masking at Camp Create - thanks for dropping by - blessings, Gail

Recipe
Cardstock - White, Blues, Polk-a-dot- Kraft
Post it note for masking the sun background and light blue water background - Yellow, Orange, Blue Inks - TH Round Sponge Tool
Elizabeth Crafts Sand Die Cut - Kraft
Spellbinders die for the Ovals
Paper Smooches Snowflake Stamp - Recollections White Embossing Powder - Versamark Embossing Ink - Heat Tool - White Gel Pen for additional snowflakes
MFT Blueprints 11 Rectangle die - MFT Blue Prints 12 - Sentiment Die Cut - MFT Cooler with You Stamp and Die Set - sentiment - Bear with
Fish, Ice Hole - Tree - Bakers Twine - MFP Sentiment inside Card - Misti - Versafine Black Ink - Cuttlebug for die cutting - Spectrum Noir Markers for coloring - A Wink of Stella on the Fish, bear

It would be an honor to share with


MFT Camp Create Day #2 - Magnificent Masking


August CHN Patterned Paper
August CHN Extra Christmas Challenge
August CCAYR use Yellow 5 of 5
August Weekly CHNC #346




5 comments:

  1. Very cute! Adorable image and great job on the masked scene! Thanks for playing with CHNCC2.

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  2. Wonderful use of the masking technique. Like the bear ice fishing. I just finished part of my masking creation.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  3. Super cute.
    Thanks for joining us at Craftyhazelnuts patterned paper challenge in August. Happy crafting!
    Catherine x DT

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  4. Thanks for sharing your lovely crafting for CCAYR August challenge, Hazel, DT - thank you also for entering this for all of my Craftyhazelnut challenges. x

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  5. So cute!!! Thanks so much for participating in our CHRISTMAS CARDS ALL YEAR ‘ROUND challenge. Hope you participate in our next challenge!! Have a happy crafty day!!! *If this comment is late I apologize! I’m having major issues lately trying to leave comments due to the stupid ROBOT silliness!!!
    Deanne at A Little Bit O’ Paper

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