Baby-wipe Technique – Stamptastic Friends’ Blog Hop Jan ’23…

I have been playing with the baby-wipe technique for one my classes this month, and decided to share this card with you all today, using the new Thanks a Bunch stamp set, which you can earn for FREE with a £45 spend during Sale-A-Bration! It fits in perfectly with our theme of ‘Something New’ too.

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The Stamptastic Friends blog hop group may be small, but we are definitely mighty. Every month we come together to share with you the very best of Stampin’ Up! with cards and projects on a specific theme. Thank you for stopping by today and please do hop around the rest of the blogs using the links at the bottom of my post.

I wanted to play with the new Thanks a Bunch stamp set, and thought it would really well with a technique that is really cool, but often overlooked – the baby-wipe technique.

A bright and vibrant handmade card with three carrots stamped using the baby-wipe technique and the words 'thanks a bunch'

Wow, that is one bright card! It really has the summer vibes, doesn’t it, and those colours are fab. We have got Daffodil Delight, Mango Melody and Pumpkin Pie for the carrots and Granny Apply Green and Garden Green for the leaves.

The background papers are from the Dandy Designs paper pack, another item you can earn free during Sale-A-Bration in January and February.

A bright and vibrant handmade card with three carrots stamped using the baby-wipe technique and the words 'thanks a bunch'

To create this almost watercoloured, mottled look, all I did was take a baby wipe and the Stampin’ Up! re-inkers of my choice, and squeeze some drops of ink onto my baby wipe, making sure not to leave any white spaces. By doing this you can create your own custom ink pad which you then use to stamp with normally – so cool right!

The baby-wipe technique really is so much fun, why not have a go yourself, and go wild with those colours. I love the sentiments in this stamp set too, there’s a good mix here.

The stamp set used for the baby-wipe technique, with carrots and greetings such as LOVE YOU, THANKS, It looks like Spring and HEY THERE

To purchase any of the supplies you have seen me use here, please do visit my online store (the links are below) or just click on the product pictures to head straight there. But before that, why not have a hop around and be inspired by all the other lovely projects we have for you today.

Until next time, Happy Stamping xx

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