How to create a wood card with color and negative space.

This card is created using the sponge brayer, wood textured paper, vanilla cardstock, and real red ink.  First, sponge the color on to the wood paper with the brayer.  Stop one shade lighter than you want to see if the ink will absorb into the paper any more.  If not, then add more ink.  Wait about a minute to let the paper dry before punching.  Punch out the image and then stamp directly on to the card base.

I have attached a photo of the finished card as well as a video.


Here’s the link to the video…Video for negative space (https://youtu.be/nFjfeJPsWa4).

Happy Crafting!

With inky fingers,

Joni 🙂


P.S.  Since it is graduation day for many showing they have completed their courses I figured we could show what we are hoping to finish.  The contest for today is to show me in a post what project you would like to finish.  For every photo you post separately you will get a ticket.  I will draw a ticket in the morning (contest runs until midnight tonight) for an adhesive package to help you finish this project.

Published by Joni Daniel

I am a Stampin' Up! Independent Demonstrator and I love what I do in helping you to create. Please leave comments and happy crafting!

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