Monday, August 8, 2016

In the meadow Sponging scenery

 Good Morning Sunshine!
    Yes it is Monday so time for our masculine Monday card. So many say it is the most difficult type of card to make the manly one and for me these are the one that I enjoy the most and I am sure it is because I love the outdoor and it is nothing fancy, lacy and ruffle about me :) so the plain, natural and earth tone color are what make me happy plus a good scenery is the icing on the cake for me. It is good that with stamping we can pick and choose what fit our style so in this case I bet you can do the same scenery and switch the color with soft color like blushing bride, Soft Sky and Pear Pizzazz and it would still look great and have a different look. 
Well I have the video for this card on my You Tube channel or at the bottom on my bog post today. It is simple but the main tip I can give you when it come to sponging it's to start on a scrap paper and then flow to your card stock this way you will get a smooth sponging, all explain in the video. 

Measurement 
-So Saffron 8½ x 5½ fold in half card base 
-Night of Navy 5¼ x 4 
-Whisper White 5-1/8 x 3-7/8 
-Banner Night of navy 1 x 3 and So Saffron ¾ x 2½

Well my friends this it it for now and you know the routine I bet all supplies listed at the bottom.
till next time Happy stampin'












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2 comments:

  1. Love how you did that card with the lighter mountains in the background! Thanks!

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  2. This is gorgeous! Love it! Am definitely going to CASE...haven't used this set yet and was waiting for some inspiration! You did it again! Sending hugs to you! TFS
    Joanne Hoffmann

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