Reverse masking is addictive. The technique was used to make a delightful card with the Stampin’ Up! You Move Me Stamp Set and Move Me Thinlits Dies (available in a bundle).
Not sure what the reverse masking technique is or would like a review? You can watch my video tutorial where I show you how to do the reverse masking technique here.
The hummingbird was first stamped in Pear Pizzazz Classic Stampin’ Pad ink and then Tempting Turquoise Classic Stampin’ Pad ink sponged on the head and chest. It’s that easy to make him so colorful and handsome. All the supplies for my You Move Me reverse masking card are listed just below.
The flowers are also part of the You Move Me Stamp Set. And there is much more too! Butterflies and more greetings. The best part of the Move Me Thinlits Dies wasn’t used on this hand stamped greeting card. There is a die that makes it look the wings of the butterfly and hummingbird move! Very, very cool.
Order the You Move Me Stamp Set and Move Me Thinlits Dies to make my clean and simple reverse masking card in my online store www.shopwithshelly.com!
You Move Me Card Supplies
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