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Masking a scene is easy when you have cute critters with simple outlines making creating the mask a cinch! Find out more by clicking the following link: http://limedoodledesign.com/2015/08/masking-a-scene/

I’ve got another cutie patootie Clearly Besotted sneak peek for you today! Masking a scene is easy when the images you need to create a mask for have nice simple outlines such as these dinosaurs from the new You Rock set. I stamped the blue and green dinosaurs first with Memento Tuxedo Black on a Neenah solar white panel and created masks for them before stamping the yellow dino, masking him and finally stamping the rocks and grass image. It gives the scene a lot more dimension when you have the appearance of some images being in front of others :D

Masking a scene is easy when you have cute critters with simple outlines making creating the mask a cinch! Find out more by clicking the following link: http://limedoodledesign.com/2015/08/masking-a-scene/

The wee guys are coloured with Copics including creating a simple ground with the addition of different coloured dots and I also blended out a Copic sky too. The panel is then mounted on a strip of card stamped in Black with the Diagonal Stripe stamp, mounted on a Fog card base and accented with wood veneer stars.

Masking a scene is easy when you have cute critters with simple outlines making creating the mask a cinch! Find out more by clicking the following link: http://limedoodledesign.com/2015/08/masking-a-scene/

The new Clearly Besotted release will go live at 10pm UK time (5pm EST) on 5th August at both Clearly Besotted and Simon Says Stamp. In the meantime check out Stephanie for more inspiration and links to the Design Team :D

Supplies

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