Ombre Background WOW! Video & FREE PDF Tutorial

As I promised in yesterday’s Easter card post, I created a video demonstration (above) that shares my simple and pretty technique with sponge daubers and sticky notes for creating an ombre background.

Youre Inspiring Stamp Set Spring Easter Stampin Up Card Ideas - Mary Fish StampinUp

Here’s a FREE PDF Tutorial with step-by-step instructions for yesterday’s card.  For contrast, I changed the colors to Bermuda Bay and Lemon-Lime Twist for today’s card and video.

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    love it

  2. Such a great video, Mary! I love this tutorial and how you’ve showcased the flowers so beautifully. Great colors.

  3. Mary, Thank you for another beautiful card. Love all your tutorials. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Both of these cards are so pretty, Mary. I love this sponging technique which gives a special air to the card for the recipient. Great video and I appreciate the PDF as well. I think your idea of us all coming there for a group class is a wonderful idea!! Let us know the date!! LOL! Enjoy your day!

  5. Kadie in Arizona

    You make some the most beautiful cards that look amazing and come together fairly quick. THANKS for yet another GREAT video.

  6. Mary,
    You always amaze me with your ideas and your presentation. The card in this video is simple but concise. The beginning of spring !

  7. Great tutorial Mary! Not only on the umbre effect but on how to use the stamparatus (still waiting for mine) and what not to do with the new tool ie, magnets.

  8. Maria A Rodriguez

    Ohh!! Mary, I love the gorgeous sponging on this card, the Daffodils are just so beautiful and so perfectly stamped.
    Clean, Simple and Fabulous!!
    Thank you for the video, it’s always so lovely to see you in action.

  9. Thanks for the video on this. Really cool idea and I can think of lots of ways to use this.

  10. Gorgeous and easy! Gotta love that!

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