Masked sentiment thank you card

Today I am sharing one way to create a masked sentiment with All Things Thanks stamp set. There are many sentiments to choose from and in many different fonts. The script font is appealing to my eye but does not fit the occasion of my card. By using the masking technique I can select a portion of the stamp to show up on my card and keep the remainder hidden. Imagine how many new sentiments you can create with this technique! The theme challenge this month at Paper Chain Gang Challenge is to create a thank you card. My inspiration for this card was taken from the challenge. Please check out all of the cards on their FaceBook page.

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Masked Sentiment thank you card

Masked Sentiment thank you card by Jenny Hall


Design Details

I chose a color combo of Soft Suede, Emerald Envy and Crushed Curry. Striking combinations really compliment simple stamping and help to bring the design around the card. Party Animal DSP is a perfect compliment to create a thank you card for my sons, Trip and Nate, for recently receiving Easter gifts. They love the animals in this paper!

Masked Sentiment

Masked Sentiment thank you card by Jenny Hall     Masked Sentiment thank you card by Jenny Hall

To mask off a portion of a stamp, there are a few choices. Washi tape was close at hand so I used a small strip of the tape to cover up the portion of the stamp that I did not want to show up on my card. Once inked up, peel away the washi tape and discard it before stamping on the paper. You will now have an image of the portion of the stamp that received the ink. Easy peasy!

Measurements for this project

Thick Whisper White card stock card base: 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″
Emerald Envy card stock layer: 4″ x 5 1/4″
Party Animal DSP panel: 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″ plus a 1″ strip for midline strip featuring candles
Whisper White card stock scraps for midline strip (1 1/8″) and die cuts

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Masked Sentiment thank you card by Jenny Hall


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Masked Sentiment thank you card by Jenny Hall


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