Masking & Positioning

Using the combination of both masking and positioning you can create almost anything. Start simple, like the placing a person in a window or lining up two windows, and then with practice you get can some very complex pieces of artwork. The main thing you have to work out is what stamp you'll need to stamp first, second and so on.


Step 1

Stamp kitty Fluffy on your paper or cardstock.
Cut out a mask and put it exactly over kitty Fluffy.
TIP: Any lines, like whiskers, you don't need to mask.

Step 2

With the kitty Fluffy mask in place, use your positioner and plexiglass to line everything up. Stamp the chair on top. It'll look a little messy at this point.
TIP: Don't forget to leave the mask on! More than once I've stamped something and then notice I've forgotten to put the mask on and then have to start over.


Remove the mask. Kitty Fluffy should now be sitting in the comfy chair.

(Although I really don't know what Fluffy's yelling about, for crying-out-loud, the chair is REALLY comfy.)

Sample cards using this method:

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