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The Masked Maker - Using Stampin' Up! Masked Stencils

Have you masked up in a while? Stampin' Up! has some great masks, some may call them stencils, or some other name. We call them masks. Originally we introduced them when we introduced our embossing paste a few years back. How and when people use them keeps expanding. With our newest set, released in January 2022, they have introduced a way to double mask (or stencil). You can create uniquely you creations by doubling your masks. There is no right or wrong way, only way is to try it.  I am going to show you how I doubled, or layered, my masks to create these looks. Supplies Blending Brush 153611 Ink pads, 2-3 colors or you could try tone on tone Masks - Butterflies & Flowers Layering Decorative Masks 158142 Basic White cardstock 159276 Washi Tape Tip: since our masks sometimes have multiple images on one sheet, be sure to cover the mask you are not using. I made that mistake, not once, but twice. Which I used to create other cute projects. Read on for how I covered those mistake


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