Landscaping with Sponges

Friday, September 19, 2014

Today’s card was one we did in my Card Club this month. We did Landscaping with sponges techniques.
World of Dreams Sponged Landscaping

This is the World of Dreams Stamp Set (which was my August stamp set of the month kit; still available).

This stamp set makes a great set to use when doing landscaping cards. The Wetlands also makes a great stamp set for landscaping cards.

We first stamped the birds and nest image using the black momento ink and then sponged on a little So Saffron. We punched a 1 3/8″ Circle out of a post it note and stuck it over the birds and nest stamped image and sponged on some Soft Sky sponging away from the sticky note circle. This way when you remove the sticky note circle you have the brightest blue ink coming away from your white circle creating a reflective moon look.

This is really an easy way to landscape but looks more difficult than what it is.

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7 thoughts on “Landscaping with Sponges

  1. Betty Beebe says:

    So hoping this is where I leave my vote for blog pick of the week because I really, really like this card. Will you have a video for this technique soon? Hope so. All your cards are special but this one really rocks.

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!! On September 24

    Hugs,

    Betty

  2. rosemarie calpin says:

    this is my favorite this week! the others were all very nice … this one just said WOW! thanks for the inspiration. hope you have a great day.

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