I will tell you more about Onstage shortly but I thought since it is Wednesday. It is time for Wednesday’s WOW! #21.
This card was my swap for Onstage in Sydney. I thought I would share this with you today and show you how I created it.
This is made with the Baby Wipe Technique. I had wanted to try this technique for some time and was reminded about it recently.
Here is how to create your own.
Below is a graphic for you to PIN but below is more details on how to do it.
1. Fold 2-3 Baby Wipes in half and lay them on a plate. A smooth plastic plate is best. I ended up using a couple of paper plates together as that is all I had suitable. Be sure to have a couple though as the ink leaks through. The paper plates are ok for a small number of inkings. Add dots of your first colour of reinker over different spots on the wipes. Then add your 2nd colour and lastly your 3rd colour. I think 3 colours are enough. The colours I used are Bermuda Bay, Tangerine Tango and Rich Razzleberry.
2. Ink up your stamp as you would normally on an inkpad.
3. Stamp your inked stamp onto your card. If you are stamping multiple of images then clean your stamp and ink your stamp again between each one. Your Baby Wipe Inkpad should last quite a number of stampings. I think I got 15-20 from the one inked wipe.
4. Complete your card as you like.
To finish my card.
Adhere the Bermuda Bay card mat to a Thick Whisper White card base. Cut the circular Border Thinlit from the Petals and More Thinlits from Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper and adhere down the left hand side of the Bermuda Bay Card. Adhere your stamped white card you had created with the Baby Wipe Technique on to the card. On the right hand side stamp the flower image from the Petal Palette set in Bermuda Bay ink.
Stamp the bird in black on scrap white card and cut it out with the matching Framelit from the set. Stamp the sentiment on to Tangerine Tango card and cut with the Oval from the Stitched Shapes Framelits. Raise both the bird and the sentiment off the card with Dimensionals.
Have you tried the Baby Wipe Technique before?? I am keen to try it again. Each time you stamp it works out differently so give it a go if you haven’t.
Just to show you how different they can be. Here is all the stamped pieces when they were done. I inked the leaf in different positions on the wipe at times to get the variations.
(Not the best lighting but it might show you). 🙂
Have a great day,