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Friday, June 6, 2014

Negative Masking Tutorial

Good morning! 

I hope you all are having a great start to your Friday. As you know, on Friday's we like to do Photo Tutorials here on the DeNami blog and today the lovely Tammy Hobbs is sharing one with us. 

Before I continue on, I want to let you know that we only have one week left of our regularly scheduled DeNami posts and then we'll be taking some time off. Not to worry...we have some things up our sleeves and I heard that it just might involve a DT call open to YOU, our customers! Stay tuned for those details coming soon!

Okay, now onto today's tutorial....

DeNami Stamps

Other Supplies 
Die-cutting Machine
A Framed die (I used Spellbinders Labels 18)
Ink Blending Foam (You can use a sponge)
Ink Blending Tool
Markers or colored pencils for your images


Want to see more of our Photo Tutorials? If you have missed any of them, CLICK HERE. Whether you need some inspiration, want to learn new techniques or just need a refresher course in crafting, this is the perfect resource. 

We hope to see you all on Sunday for the Bright Blossoms Blog Hop. Remember, this is the LAST one before the Fall, so be sure to mark your calendars!


Lisa said...

Tammy this is lovely, so soft and feminine!!

Audrey Pettit said...

That label cut makes such a pretty mask shape, and I love how soft the masked background looks. Awesome technique! Such a pretty card!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is soooooooo gorgeous! LOVING the colors!!!!!

Barb M said...

Wow Tammy, this is gorgeous! The inked negative space is just perfect...and the flower is a stunner! I'm going to miss your creations this summer. Looking forward to seeing more of your designs this fall. Hugs!

Lisa said...

Gorgeous card and fabulous tutorial!! Thanks for the inspiration!!

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Maria said...

Very pretty flower! Great tutorial for masking technique...well done!

Colleen Dietrich said...

Tammy, this is soft and lovely! I like the pearl-topped lace; it combines two of my favorite things. :)

Stacy @ Sweethearts + Sweet Tarts said...

Love this masking technique. Great card, Tammy!

Sue Lelli said...

THAT is a GREAT technique, Tammy, and I LOVE the pretty blossom and flower sequins! FAB card!


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