She's not a SU! demo, but she does such great things with stamps that I forgive her. I've been pinning her cards to my Pinterest like mad. And sponges...you know how I love to sponge. Heather does lots of sponging and masking.
She also does a lot of one-layer cards, something I have a lot of problems doing. But Heather inspired me to try, so here comes the first card I made trying to make a one-layer card. I didn't quite make it because all the masking and sponging I did I messed up the white part, so I ended up cutting off my focal image and mounting it on another card front. Lookie:
Ingredients: Stamps - The Open Sea, Loving Thoughts; Paper - Whisper White; Ink - Island Indigo, Basic Black, Pool Party, Wonderful Wisteria; Other - Drafting tape, sticky note, 1-1/4" circle punch, Simply Scored.
GOJUS!!! (YILM!) I love this, in particular the look of waves I got using layered sponging and torn pieces drafting tape. But the position of the moon kind of bothered me. So I decided to try again.
Ingredients: Stamps - The Open Sea, Loving Thoughts; Paper - Whisper White; Ink - Island Indigo, Basic Black, Pool Party, Wonderful Wisteria, Cherry Cobbler; Other - Drafting tape, sticky note, 1-1/4" circle punch, Signo white gel pen, Cherry Cobbler marker, Soft Suede marker, blender pen.
GOJUS! Again! (YILM!) This time, my sponging didn't quite work out as nicely, so I supplemented a bit with a white gel pen. I also added some color and shading to the ship and changed the color of the greeting.