Hi! It's my turn to share a Project Of The Week over on The House That Stamps Built blog.
This week, I'm going to show you how I change the look of my sentiments with a masking technique. It's really a nice easy technique and gives you lots of options for using the same sentiment and making it fit your project.
Supplies I used:
--Sentiment (Repeat Impressions "I'm so glad . . .")
--Desired card stock or paper
--washi tape (or other low tack tape--I use scotch tape a lot, too)
As you can see, my sentiment is long and thin, and I want it to be stacked up the corner.
"Butterfly, small" to finish my card.
Stamps: Repeat Impressions "Butterfly, small" and "I'm so glad . . ."
Dies: Spellbinders "Standard Circles, large" and "Teardrop Circles"; Verve "Flag It" large banner; MFT "Blueprints 13" small banners
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