Monday, October 1, 2012

Painter’s Tape Mask

These two cards were made using Painter’s tape. 
How totally fun.
I used a mix of Memento’s ink and Distress inks, applying it with an synthetic sponge. 
My stamps are from Hero Arts( stamp and die #657782)
and Penny Black ( Winter Sky #4204L).
The October Day stamp is from The Paper Company and
Enjoy the Ride from Penny Black.
Thanks for your visit today.
Stampin’ Hugs Vada

11 comments:

lynne said...

We never could have guessed you'd used painter's tape. Glorious colours to create your scene Vada. Such warmth.
Wishes
Lynne
P.S. Thank you for having visited and your lovely comments :)

Marjie Kemper said...

Beautiful cards, Vada. Love your colors and the tape! Today's the last day to enter the Fall challenge @ Frilly & Funkie :-)

Terry said...

Love the landscape effect you created with the painters tape! Beautiful Fall colors on both of these stunning cards. I may have missed it, but I don't see a link to Frilly and Funkie! Thank you for joining in the fun! Hugs!

trisha too said...

Beautiful card, Vada, really gorgeous, and like Lynne says, never would have guessed you used the painter's tape!

:)

Linda Carson said...

Stunning artwork Ms. V! Love this peaceful scene you've created!

Sharon said...

Gorgeous & vibrant cards!

Lynn Stevens said...

Well Ii just knew there had to be a better use for painters tape than what I use it for. Urika!!! you found it. Gorgeous sunset cards Vada, kind of looks like the ones we have here because of all the fires. Not good for our forests but it sure makes for pretty sunsets.
hugs Lynn

Anita Houston said...

Be still my sunset loving heart! This is absolutely stunning...wow! I can feel the heat on my face! So so gorgeous! Thank you so much for playing along with us at Frilly & Funkie!

Krisha said...

WOW! What pops of colors. Just lovely.

Alexa said...

Great use of colours especially for this time of year! Painters tape (is that the same as masking tape?) works brilliantly!!

Rosie Schirrmeister said...

Wonderful cards, Vada, excellent colours and masking