Easy Masked Scenes with Joy Clair Stamps

I have three fun cards to share with you, each having it’s own masked scene. But each one is done in a different way! Be sure to keep reading to see exactly how I put together each card!

My first card is the most simple of the three. I only used painter’s tape to mask off this scene! I started with a 4″ x 5.25″ white cardstock panel and quickly masked off the sides with painter’s tape. Then, I used my craft knife to cut a quick “slope” from a piece of painter’s tape. I used both pieces to mask off my background! My little sloths were the perfect addition to this little scene!

For my second card used die cuts as my masks, which is so simple to do! I started with a circle die cut mask and from there I ink blended the water background and then added a little sand to finish off the scene. I love the Baby Shark stamp set and couldn’t wait to make a little scene with it! I have used this set before on a liquid “shaker” card. Be sure to check out that video tutorial HERE!

My third and final card is a mix of both painter’s tape and die cuts! It doesn’t have to be just one or the other, it’s all about mixing and matching to get the look you’re going for! I started with a circle die cut to outline my scene and then used painter’s tape for the sky, hills, and road! Before I removed the circle mask, I added a spritz of glitter for a fun addition to the background! I absolutely adore the new Friends and Flowers stamp set that I used on this card! I especially love the little license plates stamps!!

I hope you all enjoyed a look at how I created each one of these cards! They were so much fun to put together! If you are interested in any of the Joy Clair stamp sets I used on my cards today, you can find them all listed and linked down below. Until next time, Happy Crafting!!


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