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Here is another sample made with the cloud stencil from My Favorite Things. I cut stencils out of Mask Sheet, adhered them to a 3 1/2″ x 4 3/4″ piece of Neenah Solar White cardstock and sponged the entire piece of Tumbled Glass Distress Ink.

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Two strips of October Afternoon Thrift Store patterned paper were cut with the Scalloped Scallop Border die and adhered on the bottom of the cloud layer. I stamped the tree from Grow Love Plant a Tree. with Black Memento ink once on Neenah Solar White cardstock, once on October Afternoon patterned paper. I cut them out, layered them on top of each other and colored the tree trunk with Copic Markers (E27, E29). Next I layered it on a 1/4″ bigger piece of Chocolate Chip cardstock and sewed around the edges. Then it was adhered first on red cardstock, then on a 4 1/4″ x 11″ white card base.

To dress up the card a bit, I outlined the clouds with Starlit Stickles. Tiny Twinkles were adhered to the tree with Mono liquid glue.

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I kept the inside of the card very simple. I just added a strip of October Afternoon that had been cut with Scalloped Scallop Border die.

Here is a video for the visual learner:

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P.S.: Happy Mother’s Day!!! Have a wonderful day! Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

16 Responses to “Sponged Cloud Tutorial”

  1. Happy Mama’s day to you! (((HUGS)))… I ordered this die and can’t wait to get it to play with 🙂 Love your card so sweet!

  2. Thanks so much for posting these videos! They are always a highlight in my day. 🙂 I rarely comment, but am always reading!

    Love this sweet card and those mask sheets look amazing. TFS!

    Happy Mom’s Day to you!

  3. I really have to try and use patterned paper in this manner!! I love the look!!

  4. Ohhhhhhhhh Beate, this is SOOOOOOOO beautiful, girl. Beautifully stitched and what soft and pretty papers. Love it!!

  5. You totally rocked this card, Beate! It’s so pretty! I love it!!

  6. FANTASTIC card, Beate!! LOVE the look!! It’s beautiful!

    Happy Mother’s Day to you! Hope you and the kids are having a wonderful day!

  7. Love those rolling hills made out of pattern paper! Super cute!!!

  8. OMG, I am SO loving it! And I will SO steal your idea of stitching on a tree on day! Everything on your creation is just so RIGHT! I’d probably take it to bed if I’d made it, lol
    TFS
    Hugs
    Annika

  9. what an adorable card…definitely makes me want to run to my stamps and play!

  10. Your card is so bright and cheerful…and I love how pretty your cloudy background turned out!! Love your tree and rolling hills as well!!

  11. Wow! What a fun and easy technique!! I really need to try this!! Thanks for sharing.
    ~Lacey

  12. Beate,
    I love all the little dots on the tree branches it looks like little jewels adorning the tree. All the hills and valleys are so perfect as well.

    HUGS
    BROOKE

  13. Absolutely fabulous Beate!!

  14. that makes it nice and quick, love your rolling hills too!

  15. Oh wow on the Tim Holtz masking…I have got to get me some of this! Thank you for sharing such an easy way to make these clouds Beate!!

  16. This is oh, so beautiful Beate! I love how you did the gem flowers in the tree.

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