Sunday, August 20, 2017

AAA Card Challenge #97 - Masking

Hello everyone,

We are back again with a new challenge with AAA Cards! 

We are having fun with masking and for my card I started out with the planets from the LF set Out of This World.  I stamped the sun in the middle first and then stamped out again on a piece of post it note to create a mask.  Then I continued to do the same with the remaining planets. 


I used my copics to colour the planets and the heart and as I'm looking at them writing out my post, one looks like a watermelon!  LoL!

I used three different stamp sets to put the sentiment together.  The "you are" and the "WORLD" are from the Out of This World set, the "MY" and the heart is from the "Octopi my Heart". 

I took the Puffy Cloud border dies and cut out the top to give it more of an outer space feel.  I went to add it to the card base and thought it was missing something so I added as small strip of black LF card stock and that did the trick. 



I added the front panel to the card base with my tape runner and this card is done. 

Our fabulous sponsor for this challenge is Stamplorations and they are offering the following prizes:
  • $15 gift certificate for the winner
  • $5 gift certificates each to 2 randomly drawn participants, and
  • a 10% coupon offer for players



I'm also entering my card in the Lawn Fawnatics Challenge - Custom Sentiment. 

Thanks for stopping by, see you again soon!  


Coralynn  :)

7 comments:

  1. Super use of the masking technique and I love your clear bright planet colours. The cloud die is nice touch too.

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  2. love your planets, planet watermelon! lol, I wonder in which galaxy that one resides ;-)

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  3. You have no Idea how much I love this!!!!

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  4. I love this brilliant design! Your mix and match greeting is perfect! I'm so glad you joined the custom sentiment fun at Lawn Fawnatics!

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  5. This is so cool! Such a clever use of those stamps! Love it so much!!

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  6. Bright, crisp and deliciously colourful, Coralynn ... fabulous masking and a perfectly created sentiment! Anita :)

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