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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Back to Basics: How to do the Sponging Technique on Card Stock

Lovely as a Tree Stamp Set, item #115026 - wood only

Using the sponging technique on any card or punched out image can add such depth and dimension. In this video I show how you can do this sponging technique easily with our Stamping Sponges or Sponge Daubers.

Stamping Sponges, item #101610 (3 to a package)
Sponge Daubers, item #102892 (12 to a package)

I always cut my sponges into 6 pieces using my Paper Snips (scissors), item #103579. I wash both the sponges and the sponge daubers out with warm water and soap, rinse thoroughly and then air dry. If needed you can clean them with Stampin' Mist, item #102394 but not really necessary.

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Thank you for visiting my blog today. I hope you enjoyed the video.

Mary Director
Stampin' Up! -- Discover Your Creativity
(On-line ordering now available thru my website)


eskiesmom said...

Great video, Mary. I love the sponged look. I often do that on my pieces.

Flamenco92627/ Julieta said...

Thanks so much for that tutorial! I love the effect and am still learning the techniques.

Mrs. Jones from the Circus said...

Thanks for speaking about the difference between the large sponges and the denseness (if that's a word) of the daubers.

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