I wanted to share with you one of the cards I made for my class this past Saturday. We made Father's Day and Mother's Day cards. I used the Stampin' Up! set called Uncharted Territory, what a great set for all sorts of masculine cards.
I began making my card by first making a mask of the lighthouse. To make a mask you first need to stampin your image onto a scrap piece of card stock and then cut it out. Then I placed my cut out lighthouse over top of the stamped lighthouse image on my card.
Next, I began sponging by background. I first started with the pacific point ink - sponging heavier along the top of the sky and then sponging lighter but not all the way down to the ground and sea area- you'll want to leave that part untouched.
Using daffodil delight ink I very lightly sponged just below my blue area towards the bottom of the ground and sea area. And then I sponged just above the ground area using pumpkin pie ink. I was very careful when sponging with the daffodil delight and pumpkin pie ink because it's hard to fix it when the ink is too dark, but if it's too light you can always sponge a little bit more.
The sea, part of the lighthouse, and ground part of my stamped image were water colored using my Stampin' Up! water color crayons and a blender pen.
And finally to finish off my card I added three brads on the left hand side and stamped my sentiment in the upper right hand side. My image panel is adhered to my card using dimensionals.
I know it sounds like a lot to make this card, but really it's not. Just some simple sponging and a little bit of coloring and you can have yourself a great Father's day card too!
Thanks again for stopping by and I'll be back again tomorrow with another card from my class. Have a great evening!
Stamps: Uncharted Territory, Well Scripted
Card Stock: White, Confetti Cream
Ink: Black Stazon, Pacific Point, Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie
Supplies: Brads, SU Mat Pack, Paper Piercing Tool, Stampin' Up! Water Color Crayons, Blender Pen, Scissors, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Dimensionals
Technique: Sponging, Masking, Water Coloring