Thursday, 27 April 2017

Sponged Layers Technique


Hi Friends!  Today I've got a fun and easy technique to share with you! Create the look of adding layers to your cards, without using paper - just sponge and ink. This is such a versatile technique, as you can change it up with the colours and stamps you use. If you don't have framelits simply cut out rectangles or squares. Imagine using blues with snowflakes for Christmas! So many options. For today's cards I used Peeakboo Peach, Flirty Flamingo, and Sweet Sugarplum inks for the sponging. Emerald Envy for the leaves really made it 'pop' and of course, a flower made from the Pansy Punch really finishes it off. Of course, you could made this a simple one layer card too, and it would look terrific. I hope you have fun playing with this technique!


Inside of card.
Using the Oval Framelits
 


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