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Baby Wipe Technique-Lovely as a Tree

This is one of the projects we created at a recent fall-themed class I held for the ladies of Wetmore.  We used the Baby Wipe Technique, one of my all-time favorite stamping techniques!Baby Wipe Technique 016

All you need is a baby wipe and some reinkers to create a fun ink palette. Any kind of baby wipes will do.  For the class, we used inexpensive baby wipes I purchased at ***mart.

Start by placing a folded baby wipe into a Powder Pal.

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Create an ink palette by dripping ink from the reinkers onto the baby wipe.

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Ink up the stamp,

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and stamp on a piece of glossy white card stock.

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Tip: Test the amount of ink on the stamp first by off stamping onto your work sheet.  Add more drops of ink if needed.  Reink and stamp on project piece. 

You can get a few more stamps using this ink palette before the colors start to muddy and/or the baby wipe starts to dry out.  Baby wipes are cheap, so just start out with a new one!

We stamped the inside of the card using the leaf image.

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Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Lovely as a Tree, Teeny Tiny Wishes

Ink: Elegant Eggplant, Reinkers:Early Espresso, Elegant Eggplant, Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie and Old Olive

Paper:glossy white for front, Whisper White card stock for inside, Elegant Eggplant

Accessories:baby wipe, Powder Pal

 

Happy Stampin'!

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