Here is a a simple but pretty card that we made at Stamp Camp this month.

The background is made by sponging (with daubers) ink onto a clear acrylic block and then spritzing with Alcohol. It needs to be fairly wet. Allow the colors to run together a bit and then “stamp” the block on your card stock to create the Background. I suggest letting it dry completely and then ironing the back of the card stock or pressing it in a book for a few days to straighten out any warping caused by the alcohol.

I stamped the goose image once on the background once it was dry and then stamped it again on Very Vanilla card stock. I used blender pens to color in the goose and then cut it out (just the body) and popped it up over the original stamped image. The sentiment, button and linen thread finished off the card.

I hope you are enjoying this lovely fall weather that is inspiring my creations! Be sure to check out the new weekly specials, packaging bundles and MDS specials for November. You can view them on my Specials Page.



Stampin Supplies




Cherry Cobbler ~ Early Espresso ~ Cajun Craze ~ Crushed Curry ~ Sahara Sand


Very Vanilla ~ Early Espresso

Fun Stuff

Sponge Daubers ~ Clear Block ~ Linen Thread ~ Retired button ~ Alcohol 90%