July 2020 Technique Blog Hop

Hello everyone and welcome to the July 2020 Technique Blog Hop! This is a monthly hop featuring a different technique brought to you by some very talented demonstrators. This month’s theme is the Baby Wipe Technique. This technique is so fun and you can create a beautiful project with each stamped element looking different. I am so excited to show you my project!

For my cards today, I used Flirty Flamingo, Coastal Cabana, and Gorgeous Grape Ink Refills on my baby wipes. I found that to really get a good image, the baby wipe has to be pretty saturated with ink. When I applied my drops, I put them pretty close together and I used about 4 to 5 drops of color each time. It is also important to note that you need to clean your stamp in between each use, and do not lift up and reink your stamp . Otherwise, your colors will get all muddled together and will not look as pretty.

I used the Positive Thoughts and From My Heart stamp sets for the images and greetings.

I was really please with how these turned out, and will definately be using this technique more frequently!

For my second card, I sort of created my own piece of DSP for my side panel.

I fussy cut out the feather and used the Stitched Shapes Dies for the Navy circle. The white circle was punched with the 2″ circle punch.

I love how these colors blended together!

Thank you for hopping to my site and checking out my project! If you saw something you love, please contact your demonstrator to place your order.

Click the NEXT button to head over to Mackenzie Grimmie’s blog to see her awesome project!

Happy Stamping!!

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