Create a mask from copy paper by cutting a shape such as a square, rectangle or oval using a punch, coluzzle or hobby blade and straight edge. Use temporary adhesive to attach mask to neutral cardstock. Sponge ink inside the mask, shading darker toward the edges. Stamp images inside mask allowing them to overlap onto mask. Remove mask from cardstock and complete card.
This was for my technique class last Friday night. Thanks as always go to Kim Wilson for this fabulous class series idea - my gals LOVE it! You can get info in the Demo Forum.
Funny thing - when I made my sample I thought I was doing Reverse Masking - then I went searching for directions and discovered I was doing Faux Framing! I learn something new every time I teach a class.