How to use the Butterflies & Flowers Layering masks

Hello, I hope you are well.

The new Butterflies & Flowers Layering decorative masks from Stampin’ Up! are fabulous. Just using 2 ink pad and these masks can make anyone look great at colouring. We used these masks at a class recently and 2 absolute beginners made the most gorgeous cards using this card as their inspiration…

I’ve made a video to show you just how easy it is to make a card like this. You can watch the tutorial by clicking on the image below…

Here’s the card I made in the video…

In the video I also show you how you can get that layered oval using the Double Oval punch…

We loved making these cards in class and I hope you’ll give it a try too.

Here are the dimensions we used:

  • Basic White Thick card – 21 x 14.5 cm, scored & folded on the long side at 10.5 cm
  • Coloured card layer – 9.5 x 13.5 cm
  • Basic White layer for ink blending – 9 x 13 cm
  • a scrap of Basic White & your coloured card for the layered sentiment.

Shop the products

I’ve listed all of the products I used for today’s card below. You can click on any of the links to see that product in my online shop.

When you shop with me you’ll receive a handmade card and gift as a token of my appreciation. If your order is under £150 please use the current Host Code so that I can add in a free product to your customer thank you pack for the month. Find out more on the Host Code page in the main menu.

Remember, when you spend £45 or more (before P&P) in my shop before 28 February 2022 you’ll automatically qualify for a free product from Stampin’ Up! too…

Happy crafting,

Heather x

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About stampwithnellie

Hi, my name is Heather Forgan, but my nickname is Nellie! I'm an independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator in the United Kingdom and I love being able to share my creations using their fabulous products.

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