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Babywipe Technique

July 17, 2018

Today’s card is one that we will be making in class this month.  We are going to be learning some more techniques and this card uses the Babywipe Technique, which, I don’t think I have every done before!  To do this technique you need a plain baby wipe, one that doesn’t have any image imprint and a few Classic Stamp Refills of your choice.

I started by cutting Crushed Curry card using the Detailed Floral Thinlit Dies.  I attached the die cut panel to the front of scored and folded Thick Whisper White card.  I stamped the greeting from the Floral Phrases stamp set onto the lower right hand corner of the card front using Garden Green ink.   I placed my babywipe inside one of the Clear Mount Stamp cases that Stampin’ Up! sells and added Pumpkin Pie, Crushed Curry and Garden Green Classic Stamp Refills to the babywipe.  I inked the beautiful flower from the Floral Phrases stamp set and stamped onto Whisper White Card.  I cleaned the stamp and re-inked and stamped again.  I rotated the stamp so that it kind of forms a circle.  I cut the image using one of the Layering Circle Framelits Dies and attached it to a Crushed Curry scalloped circle cut using the same dies.  The image panel is attached to the card front using dimensionals.

To decorate the inside of the card, I used a post it note to mask the top left hand edge of the card and stamped the border image which I inked from the baby wipe.  I love this technique and I am very happy with the way the ink transferred from the babywipe to the stamp and then the card.  I believe that I could re-use this baby wipe a number of times, with each image getting every so slightly lighter.

What do you think?  Have you tried this technique.  Maybe you would like to attend this class, please visit my Classes and Workshop page to get the details and let me know as soon as possible if you would like to attend as space is limited.

Bye for now,

Kris

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