Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Try It Tuesday~ stamping mask!

Hi guys!
Thanks for stopping in for Try It Tuesday.
I'm creating with the Film Strip Border stamp by Darkroom Door (remember 
I said you would see it again) and want to show you how to make a mask for your images that you don't want to get ink on while stamping.

I only wanted the tops of the ladies in the film section so a mask was
 needed to block off the other areas. I'm using Little Ladies by
 Darkroom Door stamp set.

1. Stamp the Film Strip Border stamp on white cardstock with Black Archival ink. 
2. Stamp a few sections of the border stamp on white cardstock and trim it out. 
3. Cut the middle section out on the first frame.
4. Place the mask over the stamped border image.
5. Stamp the image, you want to be inside the frame, with Archival ink.
6. Continue this process until all 6 frames have a stamped image.  Cut the Film Strip in half.

This process gives you frame sections for two cards.
Supplies included:
Darkroom Door: Film Strip Border Stamp. Little Ladies.
Ranger: Archival Ink
Buttons Galore & More

This is not a sponsored post, just me creating with some awesome products!
Thanks for stopping by for
See ya soon~


  1. oooooo LOVE!!! The colors are perfect.

  2. Gorgeous! LOVING those film strips!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Outstanding! Very creative what you do with Darkroom Door stamps.


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