Today I had some fun bringing back a stamping technique that I haven't done in ages. Its a color block masking technique.
I just love it! It uses one of my favorite accessories- sponges! So, for this card, I used the "Every Occasion" stamp set. Bold stamps work really well with this awesome stamping technique. I have a quick tutorial to share as well.
Here's the finished fall themed card:
I started by using post it notes to mask off a section on the whisper white cardstock. I then stamped a solid image within that block and used the same color ink to sponge inside the block before I removed the post it note.
I continued to mask off blocks or shapes on the whisper white cardstock, while also making sure to cover what I had just stamped so not to overlap the images or inks.
Feel free to use any shapes and sizes of masking areas. Each card will be unique and have its own special pattern.
Also be sure to use a different color for each block to create contrast.
Here's the masking all removed.
Normally I don't outline the blocks, but today I decided to use the Project Life Journaling Pen to outline each shape. I used a ruler and did a dotted line around all the shapes. We call this technique, faux stitching.
I love how all the warm fall colors mesh together and form sort of a quilt-like pattern.
I used the "Endless Birthday Wishes" stamp set for the greeting, "hello"
One of my all time favorite color blocking techniques, for sure.
I hope you give this cool stamping technique a try. The "Every Occasion" stamp set is perfect for this stamping technique. It has a variety of solid images for every occasion and season.
I appreciate the time you spent viewing my blog today. I hope it inspires you to create an amazing fall card as well.
Until the next time...
Keep on Stampin' and Come back again soon!