Saturday, September 17, 2016

Stay Wild ~ A Fun Stampers Journey Card

I have another CAS masculine card to share with you today.  Many of you know I love to sponge on my cards, and that's what it looks like I did on this card, but I didn't!  Ok I did a little, but just a bit on the bottom of the card. 

To get the sponged look I started by punching out a circle using a scrap piece of paper to cover where I want the moon to be.  Nope, I don't remember the size. :(  Anyway I put it on a piece of  Whip Cream card stock where I wanted my moon to be using just a tiny bit of two-way tape to hold it in place.  Then I used the Journey Silver Splash and spritzed it on my card stock.  Once it was dry I took off the "moon" piece and stamped my image with the stamp Stay Wild using a Black Licorice ink pad.  After that I sponged just a little under the image using Black Licorice again.  


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Supplies used on this card:

Stamp Sets:
Stay Wild p. 69 (ST-0207) $7.95
Sentimental Prints p. 206 (SS-0072) $19.95

Card Stock:
Black Licorice p. 289 (CS-0003) $6.95

Ink Pad:
Black Licorice p. 289 (IP-0041) $7.95

Journey Silver Splash p. 290 (IP-0082) $7.95
Fusion Ink Sponges p. 274 (JM-0014) $4.95


  1. Lovely card. I really like that you shared the technique you used to make it look like a moonlight night. I think I will have to try something like this for fall cards. Great job.

  2. Thanks, PJ! I've been trying to type up what I do when I make a card lately. Because of time I don't always get a chance to do it, but I sometimes forget that not everyone has been stamping as long as me, or just hasn't done a technique before that I've done a dozen times or more. Someday I'd like to start making videos...yikes! lol

  3. I love the design of your card. The sponging is perfect, and the image looks great the way you've used it. TFS.

    1. Thanks, Daria! I appreciate you stopping by and letting me know that you like it. :) I really enjoy making masculine cards!

  4. Gorgeous! I like the splash used as the background - I think I'll try this.


Thank you for your comments. I read everyone! If you ever wonder how I've made something I'd be glad to let you know! Sara

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