Masking Technique with Lindy Stamp Gang

Hi Everyone,
I was playing around this past weekend and decided to finally try making my own mask (aka stencil) on my Cricut. I used my Gypsy to layout a pretty big size mask. I started in the middle of the mat with a 2" snowflake and just worked my way out using smaller snowflakes. I have some thin transparency sheets and it cut beautifully on my Cricut....Just think of all the different masks we can make....

Today's video is on how I made a background using sticking back canvas...

supplies: Sticky back canvas, Lindy Stamp Gang Starburst Spray (Frosted Forget me nots) and Glitz (Silver), Mask.

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supplies: Lindy Stamp Gang: Starburst Spray & Glitz, BoBunny Midnight frost pattern paper, Martha Stewart large and small snowflake punch, Martha Stewart Course Glitter,  Paper Trey Ink On Ice Stamp Set, DMC Floss, Hand Dyed Crinkle Ribbon

Hope you all have a great day. See you tomorrow :)

23 comments

  1. you never cease to amaze me! This is beautiful. Now I'm totally inspired to buy the sticky back canvas, the mists and make myself a template. :)

    Thanks for sharing
    Liz

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  2. Christina,
    I love this idea. So creative.
    Thanks for sharing
    Stacy

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  3. What a wonderful idea! Thanks for sharing this! I hadn't heard of sticky back canvas...am off to search for it now!

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  4. Awesome idea!!!! You are so creative and inspirational......thank you so much.....now I got to go order more of these mists.......

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  5. What a great idea to make you own background. I never heard of sticky back canvas.
    Thanks!

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  6. Your card is GORGEOUS!! Love the colors and your beautiful bow!

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  7. Perfect card for winter!! I love everything about the card; especially how you weaved floss into the skates to look like actual laces with the pom-pom at the end!!! Thanks for sharing!!

    -Samantha

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  8. This is such an adorable card Christina. Love your masking tech with the Lindy sprays and the fact that you created the stencil with your gypsy/cricut. Also love the adhesive backed canvas that you used. Really very pretty.
    Marcie

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  9. Wow, that is a really cool thing to do. I love when you do unique ideas like this for your videos, thanks so much! My mind is racing now...so many possibilities...

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  10. I didn't get any sound on your tutorial {second time that has happened to me}. But,.... the cards is truly a gorgeous thing to behold. TFS!

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  11. LOVE the card Christina! TFS. :-)

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  12. Great effect using the canvas and glittery spray particularly for any winter card. Thanks.

    Barb from Toronto, Canada

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  13. I never thought about making my own masks. Thanks for that!

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  14. OMG Cristina!! i love this card very beautiful!!! Thank for the video tutorial and great tip on make your own template!!! Love your blog!!!!

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  15. Love! the card...my fav. as well
    delgador at bellsouth dot net

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  16. WOW! This card is BEAUTIFUL!!!!

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  17. Beautiful Christina! You are so creative! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  18. Wow this is so pretty, love the effect. Thanks for sharing how you did it.
    Kim xXx

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  19. I love the idea of making your own template. I will have to get some transparencies and give it a try. TFS!
    scgma

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  20. Absolutely beautiful! I love your card and your videos and blog. I will check here often.

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