Friday, January 24, 2014

A Twist on Sponge Resist

You will find Pat's tutorial here.
I have not done this technique before. You will need glossy card stock of 
which I had none so my sweet friend Martha sent me some to me. I tried it 
several times with different colors of inks and stamps.For my final card 
I used the single poppy image from the Welcome Poppies Set.
 for the resist. The second step of this technique is to stamp in
 white and I have used one of the small dragonflies for this step but its 
hard to see in the pic. The large dragonfly 
for the last step Both the dragonflies are from the Dragonfly Mini Set.
 My sentiment is from the Today Tomorrow and Always Set and
 cut out with a fancy Spellbinder tag.
 All was matted onto the dark plum. The ribbon was dyed 
to match and a simple little purple flower added.I decided to make
 all my experiments up into some quick cards with a variety
 of sentiments. As you can see you can 
achieve lots of different looks using this technique,
 different stamps and inks. It was fun so why
 not stop by and give it a try.

This is the prize for this weeks winner...


Jane said...

Davi, these all turned out so pretty! We both used the same stamp set for the featured card. :)

Benzi said...

Davi, these are beautiful cards in so many wonderful colors. You did a great job with the technique. As always, you have the most gorgeous ribbons/bows that you have dyed.

Lisa said...

Wow, they are all so beautiful!! I love the pretty colors!! The technique you used is fabulous!! Have a great weekend :)

A Mermaid's Crafts

Karen Dunbrook said...

Just a delightful set of how you did the ribbons on them
Have a good wknd and happy stamping.

Tammy said...

These are gorgeous Davi!! I love that fabulous techniques and your beautiful colors!
Hugs, Tammy

Stampsnob. said...

What a lovely card the color background is just beautiful..Lis

Ros Crawford said...

Beautiful cards! So very pretty ... I did try to click the link for Pats Tutorial but it doesn't work

Peanut said...

I tried to pick a favourite.... but they are all so lush and gorgeous. You've done a great job with the resist technique, Davi. Beautiful choice of colours. Have a blessed weekend, my friend!
hugs, Asha - Sunny Summer Crafts

Pat said...

OMG all so beautiful. You did a great job with this technique!!

Mary Marsh said...

love all these cards Davi-and the technique-I've done it before but never with glossy card stock

Karin said...

great technique, love the cards!
Groetjes Karin

Mona Pendleton said...

Wow Davi! What a fabulous set of cards!

Faith A at Daffodil Cards said...

GORGEOUS set of cards, glad you put the lilac one as your main one, it is my favourite, or is it the blue, or the orange, or green, OK love 'em all.

Tracy said...

The resist technique really does create an interesting effect. Great stamp choices for your cards. I think the blue and green butterfly one is my fave. :-) Hugs!

Lagene said...

WOWZERS! These are all gorgeous!

Stella said...

You have been busy:)/ What I love about your set is that they are all different. But they have one thing in comon; they arer gorgeous! I am in love with that blue card!

coldwaters2 said...

Fantastic cards Davi I am afraid I am not as adventurous as you so I must tell you how much I admire your talent you have done a brilliant job with this technique those colours and images along with that awesome bow all look top notch.
lorraine x