Mask-erade Class – Day 1

Today I have a fun card to share with you. IMG_5461editedI’m taking the Mask-erade class over at Online Card Classes. I’m going to play this at ATSAM Challenge #146 – ANYTHING GOES + DT CALL.

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This card was inspired by Laura Bassen’s Ink Blending with Masks lesson. I wentΒ  a little crazy with the practicing of this technique, but Laura said she practices a lot. Here are some more cards that I made.

IMG_5463editedThanks for stopping by!
xo
Melissa

Places I’m Playing:
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21 thoughts on “Mask-erade Class – Day 1

  1. Wow Melissa Stunning colors and adorable card wooowww
    you have much time to make adorable cards I only can make one a day..you have much power…
    can you speak english cause I read you are also in Germany?
    Ich kann ein bisschen Deutsch πŸ™‚
    deine karte sind wunderbar
    du hast ja viel Zeit viele schoene Karten zu basteln

    Liebe Gruesse
    Monika (new teammate)

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    • Hey Monika! No, I am a native English speaker, from the U.S.. I speak a little German, a teenie-tiny bit of Italian, Spanish and French too. I also speak some Turkish. Check out the “About” tab above to see everywhere I have lived in the past 20 years! Moving so often does not make it easy to be fluent in anything, except maybe CONFUSION! πŸ˜‰ I try to speak a little German, but Ich spreche nur ein wenig Deutsch und ich verstehe ein bisschen mehr, als ich zu sprechen. (I used Google Translate for this!)

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  2. WOW, Melissa…A+++ on this card; it’s absolutely stunning! Love the colours, the design, the partially camouflaged die cut! Work of art! Your others are also beautiful; looks to me like your practicing is paying off wonderfully! Thank you for sharing your creativity in the ATSM gallery!
    ~c

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  3. Pingback: Mask-erade Class – Day 1- Blending with Masks, pt 2 | honeybeelane

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