I had so much fun sharing this card at my recent Sweet Strawberry Class! I love projects that look so great, have a fun technique, but aren’t too difficult to complete.
This card reminds me of my childhood. We had a huge (or so it seemed) strawberry patch, and I recall the little white flowers and the thick leaves during early spring:
The images and coordinating punch are all included in the Sweet Strawberry bundle.
I’ve also added in those cute, cute ladybug trinkets . . . I think those will be on a lot of projects in the near future! It’s does make me laugh at myself, though, that all other beetles are scary, but somehow these ones are adorable . . .
What is the Baby Wipe Stamping Technique:
- Fold a baby wipe into fourths
You will want to have something underneath, like a plate
- Add drops of Stampin’ Up! Classic Ink Refills onto the baby wipe.
Use at least two colors. Experiment! The ink must be water-based.
- Use the inked baby wipe like an ink pad.
Ink up your stamp from the baby wipe and stamp. You may wish to wash the stamp in between impressions.
- Re-Ink the baby wipe when necessary, or repeat the process to start fresh.
Eventually the ink will either run out or the colors will blend into a new, homogenous color.
The Baby Wipe Technique is a great way to get either a unique color or to get a multi-colored impression with your stamps. It’s also a way to use your ink refills if you don’t have the actual ink pad.
Click here for a complete supply list for this project. You can remove anything you don’t need from the list.
Thanks again for stopping by my stamping studio today! I appreciate you! ~ Jacque Williams