I love tim's masks! I think I have all of them (which should say something) I really love the border ones. I usually don't like using masks on my LO's (since I'm scared of ruining my LO's) so I use them on cards. The borders are a perfect size to use on a card. They are also nice to use when I am feeling bold with my scrapbook pages. I highly recommend all of his masks. They stay on the page through all of my inking and spraying, but they don't rip the page when I pull the mask up. Like always, another great product from Tim that we've all grown to expect!
These are so wonderful I love how easy this makes masking. They self adhere to the paper so they stay where they are put and you just go to town inking or distressing around it. The results are crisp clean images that can be subtle with a little inking or bold with a lot. Have fun with this product. I DO!
Used in this project: Hula Kids
I love the masks from Tim Holtz. They leave a beautiful design and can be used over and over again. Word of caution on the smaller parts of the mask, be careful when you go over them not to "hit" and lift them so that you can keep the mask usable for a long time.
I really like these masks, especially the barbed wire. One tip that I did not take to heart was to take the mask off it's backing and stick it to your shirt or a piece of cloth so that it's not so "sticky". I was trying it out on a scratch piece of paper for the first time, thank goodness because it ruined the paper when I took it off. Now it works great.
I love the barbed wire mask. I just have to say be extra careful using the blending tool over the edges as one of the the twisty looking barbs I bent and had to snip it off with scissors. It looks fine but I'm extra gentle now. But still worth having!
Used in this project: Mama's Boy
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