It's month eight of our year-long adventure into different card-making techniques, folds and paper crafting products.
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January - Emboss Resist Technique
February - Ink Layering Techniques
March - Inlaid Die-cutting
April - Shaker Cards
May - Spinner Cards
June - Step Cards
July - Watercolor Cards
This month we are playing with the baby wipe technique and you won't want to miss the amazing and fun cards we've got for you today.
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Now on with the projects. I have three cards for you today. I used two different techniques, the first was the creation of a striped background for technique piece on my card and the second, which I used on all cards, was to create my own stamp pads using re-inkers and a blend of color. I will admit I'm on the fence about the stripe technique (will have to try it again), but the stamping technique. Such soft colors - I just love how these turned out.
So card number one has that striped technique piece which I cut using a banner die and created a layered tag. The second tag has my stamped design which was stamped using the re-inker/baby wipe technique.
The soft colors are amazing. Two other things I love . . . I added to my Christmas card stash and the stamping matches the striped background. Yes - make your own stamp pad and it's all matchy-matchy!
Card number two used the same colors, but a completely different stamp.
I love the blending of the pinks in this card. It looks like a watercolor piece, but it was super simple.
And card number three included some different color combinations. I just love how this one turned out. It truly looks like a watercolor painting.
The key on this one is different shades of re-inkers. There are two greens. A blue, a purple, and then some brown and purple for the flower centers.
I hope you'll try this technique, as you can really achieve some beautiful results.
Next up is Sharon. If you do get lost along the way, I've included the full line-up below.
Theresa - http://scrapsbygracie.blogspot.com/
Kim - http://katydidcards.com/
Debbie - http://pawstoscrap.blogspot.com/
Sharon - http://piece-ofheart.blogspot.com/
Thanks for hopping!
Hope you find some time to be creative.
Supplies Used - Blessed Christmas
Stamps: Wonderful Wreath and Lovely Lattice Stamp Sets (Catherine Pooler Designs for Stamp of Approval); Bright Baubles (Neat and Tangled for Stamp of Approval)
Ink: Blushing Bride, Poppy Parade, Lucky Limeade Re-inkers (Stampin' Up), Tuxedo Black (Memento), Versamark
Paper: Solar White (Neenah); Watercolor Paper (Bee)
Accessories: Lovely Flowers and Banners Dies (Catherine Pooler Designs for Stamp of Approval); Sparking Clear Sequins (Pretty Pink Posh), White Ribbon (Offray)
Supplies Used - Amazingly Amazing
Stamps: Lovely Flowers (Catherine Pooler Designs for Stamp of Approval)
Ink: Blushing Bride, Poppy Parade, Lucky Limeade Re-inkers (Stampin' Up), Tuxedo Black (Memento)
Paper: Solar White (Neenah) and Lucky Limeade (Stampin' Up)
Accessories: Marshmallow Sequins (Pretty Pink Posh)
Supplies Used - Life is Beautiful
Stamps: Spring Daisy (Altenew)
Ink: Lucky Limeade, Pistachio Pudding, Concord Crush, Coastal Cabana, Baked Brown Sugar Re-inkers (Stampin' Up)
Paper: Desert Storm and Solar White (Neenah) Lucky Limeade (Stampin' Up)
Accessories: Peridot Sequins (Pretty Pink Posh) and Clear Wink of Stella