Saturday, April 14, 2012

Learnin' in the Bubble

Time in the Bubble! Time for a card or two! I tried a new-to-me technique, called Sponging a Layer, posted as the challenge over at Just Us Girls. I enjoyed it so much I tried it twice.

Thoughts of You
~Base card - Gina K Designs Pure Ivory cardstock
~Sponging a layer technique using Distress Ink Peeled Paint, Hampton Art Stamps Watercolor Daisy, anc Copics
Just Us Girls - technique challenge

Happy Cupcake!
~Base card - Gina K Designs Pure Ivory cardstock
~Sponging a layer technque using Distree Ink Faded Jeans, Taylored Expressions Whimiscal Wishes - colored with Copics - highlighted with Stickles and Stampin' Up Crystal Effects
Shabby Tea Room - cupcake birthday
Do You Stack Up - glitter
Play Date Cafe - color inspiration

Thanks for clicking by,
Nancy in Iowa


  1. Babeczkowa kartka jest super :)

  2. The first is so elegant looking and the second, as cute as can be! Love the way you did this technique - Two wonderful cards.

  3. You really have knocked it out of the park on this sponging technique on both your wonderful cards! The floral design is beautiful but those cupcakes are the bomb! Thanks for sharing. Hugs, Kathy

  4. Love all the colors on the cupcake card! Nice use of ribbons and button as well.

  5. You got stampin' skilz! love the cupcakes especially. Thanks for bringing your style to The Play Date Cafe! :)

  6. These are both very pretty! I love the subtle colors on the first one and the fun cupcakes and button/ribbon embellishment on the second! So fun! Thanks for playing with Just Us Girls!

  7. Super cute card, i'm loving those cupcakes! Thanks for playing along with us at The Play Date Cafe!

  8. What lovely CSA card! I love the cupcake one - because it's so fun and cheerful. The sentiment is soo cute too. Thanks for joining us at DYSU.

  9. Beautiful sponging...I'd love for you to link up this week at 52 Card Pickup!!

  10. Super cute card.I'm loving those cupcakes! I just love it.

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