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By Melissa Banbury. Use Stamping Sponges on Whisper White cardstock. Begin sponging with lightest colors first, working from bottom of the cardstock upwards, ending with darkest colors to help create the shadows & depth in the sky. Finish the sky by adding stars with a white gel pen. Sponge the grassline in Basic Black ink & add the stamped image from stamp set "Forever Young."

Porch Swing Creations: Twilight in the Park (I like the sidewalk perspective fading into the background)

By Heather Telford. Mask the rectangle. Sponge in blue and pink. Stamp the spotty blossoms several times in pink while the masks are still in place. Remove the masks & stamp the branch again in pink then slightly higher in black. Do the same with the sentiment.

By Grandma Overboard at Splitcoaststampers. Bottom of card dry-embossed. Circle mask made with punch. Sponged in regal rose and daffodil inks. Stamped trees and sentiment. Fairly quick card to make.

Mailable "cake" made from sponges and caulk, great idea for birthdays!

By lisaadd at Splitcoaststampers. She sponged with Antique Linen, Tea Dye and Frayed Burlap Distress inks and stamped using SU Crumb Cake and Early Espresso. Mask and sponge. Remove mask from top of card and stamp.

By Peg Coombes. Die cut or punch circle for sun mask from Post-It Full Adhesive Note. Position on white cardstock panel. Sponge orange ink across mask (perhaps Crisp Cantaloupe). Cut mountain mask from copy paper. Lay negative cut on white panel; sponge from mask to panel. Move down and shift horizontally; sponge again, more heavily this time. Sponge above mountains and above sun with gray ink. Stamp silhouettes from "World of Dreams" (Stampin' Up) in black. Add flying birds by hand.

SU Just Believe, sponged background

Gorgeous!! Sponged Serene Silhouettes

By susan morgan at Splitcoaststampers. Mask moon then brayer focal panel background. Remove mask. Stamp tree & color using blender pen & ink. Sponge within edges of moon. Sponge ground. Add mats, brads, sentiment. More details on the website.

By Kittie Caracciolo. Sponging a winter snow scene. Picture tutorial on her website.