June 11, 2007

Black & White {Reverse Masking Technique}


Thanks to Jan (Far North) at the Stamp Shack, I have finally tried the reverse masking technique! She was kind enough to create and mail me the scalloped templates and then posted visual instructions that I could follow. Just like she said, once you've tried it, you'll love it! I didn't have a stipple brush, so I just used the edge of a sponge and black ink. My flower stamp is by Great Impressions and the thank you circle is from an acrylic set by Stampendous called Happy Flowers. The black lines across the middle on white cardstock were created with the PapertreyInk Faux Ribbon set.

9 comments:

Flossie's Follies said...

This is a great card, love the black and white

chelemom said...

Very pretty! I will have to try this technique! Add it to my list of things to try!

Sharon in NE said...

Love it!

Alexandra said...

Pam, I love the use of the black and white - it looks so nice! Hope your sore muscles are feeling better :-)

Tami said...

This is fantastic, Pam! I adore B & W cards, and you've done it so elegantly.

Jami Speidel said...

Ohhhh! Great card love the black and white! You'll have to teach me this tech!

Aunt T said...

Excellent job with the black and white. Such a pretty - crisp card.

Teresa

Anonymous said...

Pam - just wanted you to know that I have really enjoyed your blog. Not exactly sure how I found it, but I love reading it. Wonderful, fun cards! I look forward to future posts. Nancy

GrammaStamper (Barb) said...

This is fabulous, Pam. I just love the b & w cards. They are outstanding.