10 Minute Sponged Card

Hello Stampers ~ are you ready for my quick and easy 10 Minute Sponged Card idea?

Well we stuck close to home yesterday as everyone was tired and Jake was out of sorts.  It was good to be home and relaxing as I was able to get several posts completed since I only have a few days left here in California.  I want to have my post scheduled through Thursday so I can then work on the days after that once I get back to Maryland.  The girls will keep me pretty busy so if I take Thursday and work on posts I can get them ready for you ahead of time and not be scrambling at the last minute to get them completed.

I decided to C.A.S.E. the catty again with today’s card.  This time I want looking at the Occasions Catalog.  I found a quick card on page 37 of the Occasions Catalog.










I thought this would be a fun card that was perfect for All Occasions so I set about making it.  Here is the video showing you how I created the 10 Minute Sponged Card.




While my card is a little different than the one in the catalog, it did give me a starting point which is often the area we all seem to struggle with.  Here is the photo of my creation.

Sponging can be used to create a great background. Check out the video for this 10 Minute Sponged Card which is a quick and easy idea.



















inside of card and envelope

Sponging was used to make a great card front for my 10 Minute Sponged Card idea. Get the details from the video.











I have used sponging on other cards I have created.  This idea creates a masculine seaside card.  For this card I sponged the stamp and then used it to make a pretty All Occasion card.  This card uses some sponged card stock to use with some dies for the focal point of the card.

Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation


Thanks for visiting me today and I hope I inspired you.  I am hoping to watch the football games today but it will depend on whether the TV in my room gets the games or not.  I am crossing my fingers!  Have a Sensational Sunday and let me know what you think of my10 Minute Sponged Card idea.





  1. This card is so pretty. I try something like that and I always end up with a big mess. I think maybe I have too heavy of a hand when applying. thanks for sharing the video.

  2. Barbara I Trechak

    Hi Robbie
    It’s the first time on your site. I wanted to know how to make a Sponged Card and you have the video that I will watch after this message. The reason I’m sending this message is to say I love your photo and I think you are very pretty.

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