Sweet Scene Card With A Simple Masking Technique

By | 04/20/2021

Are you a fan of making scene cards?

I definitely am!  I love spending an hour or two with the TV on just building a little scene, first with my stamps and masking and then with colors.

Create a Scene Card with Simple Masking

Once I finished this card, I realized that I made one mistake…can you find it?  It was an easy one to make, but I will know better next time I play with this set!

I started by deciding which stamps from this fabulous set I would be using to create my scene with and then I stamped them on my masking paper and fussy cut each one out.

Keep your masks because they are reusable!  I store mini in the plastic sleeve that I store my stamp set in.

I used the masks to play with an lay out my scene and then I build my scene with my stamps in my Misti.  I placed the ones that go in back down first as if I’m stamping with them, so the back of the stamp is up.  I placed the trellis down, then the bench, then the dog, pillow, and hat.  I want those 3 things in front.

By placing my stamps down like this, I was able to pick up the 3 front stamps with my Misti cover and move the other ones out of the way until I needed them.

Create a Scene Card with Simple Masking

I stamped the dog, the hat, and the pillow and then placed the masks over the top of them.  I used my Color Hive Eclipse Black ink because I will be able to color with my alcohol makers right away with that ink.

Next I placed the bench stamp in place and stamped and masked that.  I finished my scene by stamping the trellis.

Once my scene is all created, I removed the masks and started coloring with my Copics!

Create a Scene Card with Simple Masking

Video Tutorial:


Copic Combinations:

Roses: RV09, 02  G09. 02

Trellis: W4,2,0

Bench: E 39, 35, 31, 30

Pillow and Hat: RV09, 02  B39, 37, 32  YR 27, 24, 23, 21

Puppy: E 19, 15, 13, 11  C2, 0  W07, 01

Grass: YG 61, 67, 63

Clouds: C1, 0, BV0000

Sky: BG000

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Leave a comment and let me know if you found the mistake I made!

Thanks for stopping by!  Have a fantastic day!!


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