Sunday, August 8, 2010


You probably remember the Baby Wipe technique . . . it was popular a few years ago and, perhaps, years before that.  It's probably experienced several revivals ever since baby wipes have been around!  I can't remember this technique ever being a favorite of mine, but it's definitely an easy and fun one.  For this card, I used Baja Breeze, Pink Pirouette, and So Saffron ink refills to "dot" drops of ink onto the baby wipe and then stamped the images (from Stampin' Up!'s "Awash with Flowers" stamp set).  The white card stock looked too white, so I used the Color Spritzer tool and markers (matching the three inks that I used on the baby wipe) to add some color to the background.  Other Stampin' Up! products used to complete this card include Baja Breeze and Basic Black card stock, gingham ribbon, Eyelet Border punch, "Tiny Tags" stamp set, and the Jewelry Tag punch.  I also used a Sakura glitter pen to add glitter to the multi-colored stamped flowers, but that detail is hardly noticeable in the photo.

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