Let’s make a simple sponged handmade card for someone special. It’s easy to do with a few ink pads and rubber stamps.

I made this card a few weeks ago with my crafting community folks, the Design with Jo VIPeeps! You can see the video here.

It’s a simple technique with pretty results, every time!

Learn to Make a Simple Sponged Handmade Card

How do you like that colour combination?

Quick and Easy Simple Sponged Handmade Card

I normally think of Soft Seafoam as a really light colour, but with this technique you can build it up to be pretty intense! See exactly how during the live video.

We do all kinds of techniques, designs, folds and 3D items each week on with my On Command Craft sessions. That means, YOU get to tell me what to do! I have the idea, you come along and pick the colours, layout, embellishments…pretty much everything. Then we see how it compares to the sample I did in advance. All fun!

And it would be great to have you come along and play too. It’s free and happens every Tuesday night at 6:30 MDT over on Design with Jo VIPeeps. Al it takes is a simple click to Join in here.

Simple Sponged Handmade Card

Here it is with a little bit closer view.

I Love This Simple Sponged Handmade Card

And we can’t forget about the inside!

Learn to Make a Simple Sponged Handmade Card

Come Play With Us!

If you want a fun community of crafters to hang out with, we’re building one over a Design with Jo VIPeeps. Come play!

To pick up the supplies to play at home and make this card, her are all the items I used. Add them to your own stash by clicking on any of them here.

Simple Sponged Handmade Card

There are lots of ways to add sponging into your crafting for quick and awesome designs. I used it on this pretty embossed card too.

Be Sure to Check In Again

I love it when you can stop by and check out what I’m playing with in my studio – and on my live craft classes! I hope you grabbed an idea or two to try in your own craft area.

Quick and Easy Simple Sponged Handmade Card

Make a simple sponged handmade card like this with your stamp pads and label dies then send me a pic at [email protected] so I can see!

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