Stocking Accents: A Sponged Christmas Tree

What are you doing next Monday?  Want to come and stamp 16 Christmas Cards?  Don’t miss my Christmas Card Crank, where you’ll make 4 cards each of 4 different designs.  Just think how relieved and proud you’ll feel… 16 cards, already done!  Here’s one of the designs we’ll be making, based on a card by my demonstrator friend Lynsay Mahon. (click here for more details on the card class)

The Warmest of Wishes stamp set (see it online) is a Hostess Exclusive stamp set, available for purchase with hostess dollars when you host a party or place your own order of $150 or more.  To get the two-toned effect on the greeting, we inked the stamp first with Lucky Limeade ink and then used the Rock N Roll Technique by rocking the edges of the inked stamp on a darker pad (Always Artichoke here).  The stamped image comes out with a nice color contrast.

Here are some more samples of the Rock N Roll technique.

Let me know if you can join us on Monday, October 24th to make 4 of these cards, plus 4 each of 3 other designs for a total of 16 cards! (click here to RSVP)

Happy Stamping!

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2 thoughts on “Stocking Accents: A Sponged Christmas Tree”

    • Thanks Dawn–that idea came straight from my friend Lynsay. Actually, I think it may have come to her from her mom, who’s also a demonstrator. Gotta love keeping it in the family!

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