Masking tricks and coloring treats

Hello everyone! It’s Sandy Allnock, and I am here to answer the question, “How on earth did Sandy mask the bat and ghost like that!?!?

Well your first step is to pick up the Halloween Treat Tag stamp set and some no-line and black ink that work with your coloring medium. Grab some sticky notes, some paper, and pop it into your MISTI – and away we go!

Watch the video below or click HERE to watch it directly on YouTube.

Stamping the ghost in a no line ink helps – but if you don’t have one, just do the stamping in black, and go over the edges (like the round head) that need softening with a white colored pencil. Be sure to use the packaging’s acetate to protect your paper while doing the stamping!

Make the card a little more playful by using multiple small sentiments as “conversation” between them!

I’m a big fan of some nice dimension – so I used some of the Scotch mounting tape to give my card some heft.

I hope you enjoyed this and that it answered that question – now go make one of your own. See you next weekend for World Cardmaking Day!


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  • Reply Loren Sztajer September 26, 2021 at 5:36 am

    Seriously amazing … my favorite of all the Halloween cards I’ve seen this year!

  • Reply ektidd September 26, 2021 at 8:41 am

    Cuteness on steroids. I’m so glad I bought that stamp set. Thanks for the great tutorial!

    • Reply Sandy Allnock September 27, 2021 at 9:49 am

      Tag me if you try it out, I’d love to see!

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