Masking Watercolor Scenes with MFT’s Fall Friends (Guest Post)

Hi there!

Today I have another fall card design for you over on The Foiled Fox’s blog!

The new Birdie Brown stamp set from MFT Stamps’ September release is another super cute one and I couldn’t resist it. I used it two make two cards with one layer scenes with the help of masking paper as well as my first tryout of masking fluid. Hop over to The Foiled Fox’s blog for all the details on how I made the card and a full list of supplies that I have used.


Masked watercolor cards Fall Friends 1

And another variation with different colors and watercolor mediums:

Masked watercolor cards Fall Friends 3

Have an amazing day! ♥


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Challenge link: (German)


Stamps & dies:

My Favorite Things – BB Fall Friends Stamps & Die-namics


Neenah Solar White (Classic Crest) – 110 lb
Crafter’s Companion – Watercolor Paper
Masking Paper


12 thoughts on “Masking Watercolor Scenes with MFT’s Fall Friends (Guest Post)

  1. What gorgeous cards and such lovely colouring – made me get my water colours out! I love that sentiment too Fill the Season with Warm Memories – it looks like it’s been embossed in gold. Thanks for joining us at Hand Stamped Sentiments this week.

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  2. Oh my, your watercoloring is top notch!!!! The colors are so vibrant and beautiful! What a knockout card! Thanks for sharing it with us at HSS!

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    • Thank you so much for stopping by and telling me! I cannot comment on the challenge blog (only google accounts) so count this as my thank you note for the Honorable Mention, please. 🙂


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