Technique Tuesday – Masking and Spritzing

Technique Tuesday – Masking and Spritzing


Every Tuesday during the month of May, a Stampin’ Up! concept artist is going to share a technique on the Stampin Up blog. For the first one, Christina is going to share about how to mask and spritz.

She masked using the heart from the Owl Punch. This is a little tricky since the pieces are so small! Here’s how she did it.

Step one – Punch out a bunch of hearts.

Step two – Cover the backs of the hearts with some Multipurpose Liquid Adhesive and let them dry; this should only take a few minutes. (The dried glue will create a repositionable/non-permanent adhesive on the backs of the hearts.)

Step three – Place hearts on the card base. She used my Paper-Piercing Tool to do this.

Step four – Spritz your card all over using even coverage.

Step five – Remove a few hearts and spritz all over again.

Step six – Remove a few more hearts and spritz all over again.

Step seven – Remove all of the remaining hearts and clean up any extra adhesive left behind using an adhesive remover. Your card base is finished!

Step eight – Embellish and finish up your card.


This is a fun and easy technique.  Thanks to Christina for sharing this.  Hope you enjoyed it!



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  1. Shirley Baker says:

    I like this! Can you tell me how to mix the spritzer and what was in it?




  2. Suzanne says:

    Thanks so much!  The solution is mostly rubbing alcohol.  I fill a small spray bottle (like the ones we use to spray our scrubbing pads) about 90% full of alcohol, then I add a few drops of the shimmer paint or reinker or whatever I want to spritz.  The alcohol helps it to dry quickly.  It’s such a fun addition!  Hope this help.  Let me know if there is anything else I can do for you.

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