It’s technique time at the New at SU Blog Hop and our projects will feature retiring stamp sets to showcase our chosen technique. I’m sharing the Reverse Masking technique which is an easy technique and lots of fun to create.

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For instructions on how to create this please click here. I used my Blending Brushes to colour the centre with Granny Apple Green and Coastal Cabana. Keeping the mask in place, I placed one of our Decorative Masks over die cut space. I added Coastal Cabana over this to create a pattern within the blended space.

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The flower was coloured with an assortment of Watercolour Pencils, using a Water Painter to blend the colours together.

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Make sure you check out all the other blogs for some fabulous inspiration and perhaps learn a fun, new technique. Thanks for stopping by today and visiting Stamping Flair. Click on the Next Blog button to see what Loni Spendlove is sharing today.

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