Today I'm showing you another technique that uses sponging to create a great faux tile pattern. All you need to do is create a template, add a little sponge and ink and you'll get some great effects.
The first thing I did was use a square punch to create a template on some scrap paper to use as a mask. I then lined up the template at an angle and sponged around the edges of the square, adding extra ink consistently in the lower half. I then moved the template down the card and repeated the process until the entire background was filled. I then added a few extra embellishments in different colours and it was complete.
I've said it before and I'll say it again. I love sponging. I love the way you can vary this technique in so many ways to create so many different effects. I love that it can be subtle or bold. You can use it on one part of a card, or to create an entire background. It's such an easy way to add to every project. Do you have a technique that your particularly addicted to or is it just me?
stamps: Betsy's Blossom, Itty Bitty Banners, Hearts a Flutter
ink: Coastal Cabana, Summer Startfruit
cardstock: Whisper White, Coastal Cabana
other: sponge dauber, Summer Starfruit stitched satin ribbon, Itty Bitty Banners framelit, Scallop Circle punch, Hearts a Flutter Framelit, dimensionals
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