Now, you will lay the mask over the image. Latex spones are the key to the next step. You color on the sponge with the marker. Tap on scrap paper first---then slow add color to your image. Remember to start light...you can always add color but you can't take it away once it is on the paper.
Continue adding color until you have the desired saturation. After the first color is on, add a second color that is a shade or two darker to the edges of the image. Do this again with a third and darker color. To smooth out the color, use he lightest color and apply over the entire image.
Peel away the mask. If you have little white gaps between the stamped line and your color, use the brush marker tip, with a very light hand and fill in the white space. I had to do this in a couple places here and you can't even see it. After a little practice this is a very simple technique that can help you get rid of some of that old glossy cardstock. I like using this on images that have big open spaces.
Stamps: PaperTrey Friendship Jar and Fall Fillers
Paper: Ripe Avocado, Orange Zest and Dark Chocolate
Other: Guidelines Impression Plate, Label Die, Sewing Machine, Chocolate Felt, Rick Rack Border and Tombow markers