Kristina here, and today I'm showing another idea for using the punched shapes from the Martha Stewart Crafts Pop-Up Frosty Village punch. By cutting the card stock on a slope, the punch is able to reach farther into the piece of card stock. This gives the line of houses and trees a more dynamic look.
After experimenting with both ink mists and distress inks, I found the easiest way to use the shapes as masks was to use a Blending Tool and Distress Inks. Super easy, and because you can re-use the masks, you could create this card over and over. :)
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