Username Post: Mister Huey's masks        (Topic#1585235)
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  • stick on 02-17-13 11:43 AM

I just got the Pennant Banners (they don't have it here, unfortunately) and what I didn't realize when I ordered it was that you get both the positive and the negative parts!! So awesome! Do the other masks, like the ampersand and the butterflies, also come with both?


 
Mia1979
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Hello, I have the pennant, butterfly and some other Mr. Huey's but the only one I noticed that have the negatives were the pennant banners.


 
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Mia, does your butterflies have the antennas? On the package they looked like they did, but they don't. I was so bummed by that.


 
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I have the ampersand, the chevrons, hexagons, and they only have one piece in the package (whatever you see in the item photo is all you get). Just saw a few more that I'd like to get!!!


 
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  • stick on 02-17-13 06:19 PM
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Hmm, bummer, I thought it was such a genius idea!


 
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Yes Sheryl I have the same one that you have, now come to think of it, you can use the negative sheet as long as you cover spots you don't intend to mist.


 
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I'm just now getting into masks and I love them, I wish they all had the negative/positive together. When I buy, I'm not sure which to get!


 
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I have never use them. Are they are easy to use?


 
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  • stick on 02-18-13 11:50 AM
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Very easy! I tape them in place using a small piece or two of washi tape, since it comes off so easily and it's handy. It helps to cover up areas of your work that you don't want to get inky or sprayed on - right now for this I'm using up a pack of Michael's white cardstock because I hate the paper, it's cheap and flimsy and I don't like using it for scrapping.


 
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LOL @ Stick. Their paper has gotten rather thin. Have you checked out J's The Paper Studio? It's thin too.


 
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You can also make your own masks and stencils out of that thin paper (or any other paper you have around - acrylic, carboard, junk mail etc).

Just use your punches, dies or freehand cut if you're real ambitious!


 
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I bought couple of the stencils like 6 from the superstore on here. I haven't used them yet. I guess finding the right time to use them, lol I have the Studio Calico burst and the "&" stencil, The Craftersworkshop brick and Gears templates and The Craftersworkshop Balzer Design Chunky Chevron and Film Strip templates.
I just have to find the right kind of layout to try these stencils and templates on.

Justie


 
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  • Kim222 Said:
You can also make your own masks and stencils out of that thin paper (or any other paper you have around - acrylic, carboard, junk mail etc).

Just use your punches, dies or freehand cut if you're real ambitious!



Kim you are correct, I have done that, I love butterflies and I tend to keep the negatives for misting and such.


 
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In response to stick

Thank you so much! I will have to try them!


 
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