Have you ever tried making a one layer scene card? Is masking something that excites or scares you? Well, I’m here to help and to show you just how easy it is to create a one layer scene card.
Hey everyone, and welcome back it’s Julianne here with another card using the amazing products that can be found in the March 2020 subscription box. For my card today, I ended up using a bunch of images from each of the stamp sets included in the box.
I really wanted to create a card that would look as though it was straight out of my craft room. The box this month is all about crafty items so I think it’s the perfect box for creating some cards to send to all of your crafty friends especially right now with everything going on.
When making a one layer scene card, the first thing you want to do is plan everything out. I find this really helpful just to figure out where I’m going to want all of my images, at this same time is when I will make my masks. I don’t want to have to be stamping and cutting while making my card, so I will do all the planning ahead of time.
This step is especially important when it comes to figuring out which images you want to look as though they are in the front versus the ones that will look as they are in the background.
Once you have decided on the placement for everything, the process of stamping and masking is really quite simple. You just want to make sure to cover your image with your mask before moving on to stamping your next image.
Once all my stamping was complete, I used my Copic markers to color in my images. Once I had my coloring done, I worked on my sentiment and then finally finishing off my card with some white gel highlights as well as some glitter accents to some of my images.
Thanks so much for stopping by and spending some time with me, all the products I’ve used today can be found in the March 2020 Subscription Box. Make sure to check out all of the other great inspiration from the rest of the design team as well.
Have a wonderful day and as always Happy Crafting! – Julianne