Sponged wooded path

This stamp is so lovely that it doesn’t really need me to add anything.  I have used it once before with embossing and autumn colours so this time I tried the colours I see around at present and a little sponging outside the lines.

I spent most of the weekend at the National Youth Track & Field Championships volunteering and watching my daughter compete so I am now catching up on the inspiring cards that were posted over the weekend.


Stamps: Wilderness Vol.2 (Darkroom Door), Hugs & Wishes(SU)
Inks: Basic Black, Certainly Celery, Bashful Blue, Close to Cocoa
Cardstock: Flourishes Classic White

9 Comments on “Sponged wooded path”

  1. RosieB says:

    That’s a beautiful card. I love that stamp!

  2. valerie says:

    Heather this is stunning it looks just like a photograph!! Hope your daughter did well:)
    Val x

  3. ND says:

    “Wow! That’s lovely! I really like that!” That was RJ’s spontaneous comment on viewing this latest post. I agree.


  4. Vicky says:

    I always catch my breath when I see your sponged cards Heather and I love this one with its sponging outside the main image. Looks like your daughter did brilliantly – you must be a very proud mum!

  5. Lindsey says:

    Wow, Heather — this is beyond gorgeous! Perfect colours, and perfect sponging, of course. 🙂 Wow for your daughter, too!

  6. This is gorgeous! I LOVE the way you sponged outside of the lines/box.

  7. Marja says:

    Heather this is really stunning. i adore this scene. Beautiful, love it.
    Beduatiful colours and I feel the silence of the nature.
    Greet Marja

  8. Joan B says:

    oh my. another masterpiece!

  9. Terrie Moen says:

    This is absolutely beautiful! I am going to try doing something like this with a couple of scenic stamps I have. Wish me luck!

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