Friday, 14 January 2011

CCC #27

Distress Misting Masks is the technique covered in this week's Studio L3's CCC #27 challenge.
I started off making an oval tag using this technique, but then decided it wasn't enough and made it into a little card.
The flower mask under the lady's face was cut using 'straight from the nest' cricut cartridge and I used both parts as masks. I also masked the face to create the background.
I made the lattice card using Fairycut software and then cut it out. I'm very pleased with the result.

Last November, I won a Docrafts prize draw and received it the other day. It was full of oriental papers, stamps, card and stickers. Just in time to finish off this card. On the front the stamped and embossed flowers and the paper inside the card are part of my fantastic prize!
I am also entering this into the Simon Says Stamp and Show challenge - masking
Thanks for looking
Jolanda x


  1. Jolanda your card is so beautiful and I love your Oriental theme. Have a great weekend. Annette x

  2. Fabulous card Jolanda, love the misting and inking you have done on it.
    Thanks for playing with us at The Stamp Man this week and good luck.
    Have a great weekend.
    Luv and hugs {brenda} xoxox

  3. Very pretty card thanks for sharing!!!

  4. What a pretty card!! Very nice!
    Thank you for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp & Show challenge.

  5. Wow! Your card is great! I love the oriental theme and colors, and the masking technique came out wonderfully. Thanks for visiting my blog

  6. Very pretty card, looks gorgeous.

  7. Oh, wow, Jolanda, this is so peaceful and gorgeous! I love the misty look of the masked flowers, and the stamping is great. You've really captured the reflective, elegant feel of Asian art, and the lattice is just amazing! Great job!