Simply follow the steps below to achieve the effect on my card.
1. Prepare a piece of paper doiley and a piece of card stock to do your masking on.
2. Use a temporary adhesive to attach the paper doiley to the card stock. I've used three colours of Tim Holtz Distress Ink to do the masking and ink the rest of the card stock. To apply the ink to the mask and the card stock, I've used some cosmetic sponge to do it.
3. Then remove the paper doiley to reveal the mask image. To blend the colour better, I've used a mist spray to spray some water directly onto the ink areas and use a kitchen towel to lightly dab on the wet areas. (Tip: Do not over spray or else your card stock would be soggy)
4. Lastly, I've used the same paper doiley to mask on another corner of the card stock. This time, I've only use the "Black Soot distress ink". Then, I've used some blue fluid chalk to partially ink the first masked image.