This background doesn’t need layers of card stock. Masking is the key to creating the illusion of depth as well as using different colors of ink. See the supply list below for colors. First create a torn edge of card stock to use as the mask. I also created both a positive and negative mask for the moon and the trees.
You create one section at a time, sponging on colors and covering the section just finished as you move up the card. After I stamped the trees and sponged them, I went over the entire card front with dabs of Whisper White Craft ink and blended with a sponge.
The tree in the foreground is stamped in Mossy Meadow onto Whisper White card stock and then cut out with the coordinating framelit. I added a small star to the top of the tree and outlined the tree with Dazzlin’ Details. I added Dazzlin’ Details to the tree star and the stars in the sky. I wish the picture showed off the subtle sparkle better.
The finished landscape is glued to Night of Navy card stock and then that is glued to a Whisper White card base.
The sponge landscape background takes is a little time consuming for mass production. But, if you like to sponge and create this type of landscape background, the Peaceful Pines Christmas Card gives you some ideas for creating a few of your Christmas cards.