Monday, May 25, 2020

Spring Card Camp 2, Day 19

Today's lesson: Must-try Mono-printing

This class was so much fun. I know I said just yesterday that abstract backgrounds might be my favorite, but this technique today was so much fun it was hard to stop making cards! For each time you do the technique, you get two cards, so you can see how it could become a problem if you made something like 8 or 10 prints - 16-20 cards!! But I didn't go quite THAT far.

Here are my prints. IRL they look like fabric prints! So pretty.

 This time I decided to try masking.

And my finished cards. Which do you like best? I can't decide!

Distress Oxide Inks
My Favorite Things stamps, dies, cardstock
My Creative Time stamps and dies
Altenew stamps
Memory Box grapevine wreath die
Ellen Hutson, deer head die
Lawn Fawn, joy word die
Embossing powder, foam tape, scor-tape, vellum


  1. Okay! This is a cool technique. I looked up how to and didn't have much luck until I checked at Jennifer M's videos and I think I found the technique you used. Going to try this. I know I had seen the video before but totally forgot about it. Thanks for showing your cards.
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  2. All great cards, and my fave is the "hello/hope your day is wonderful" set. Not colours I normally like but this is fantastic and totally suitable for your design. CarolG


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