Saturday, April 1, 2017

March Club 2 - Baby Wipe Technique

The baby wipe technique is such a fun and easy way to get lots of color onto a stamped image.  This month in my Technique Club #2 here in Prescott - it was the technique we learned.  Here is the technique card we added to our binder -
Above we did several colors on our baby wipe and made the balloons - every one that you stamp looks different.  And below is he actual greeting card we made with the technique.
For the card we made a baby wipe palette of about five different colors (more than usual but we were only stamping once or twice, so it didn't get muddied.)  After stamping our verse - we cut out a beautiful butterfly with pink glimmer paper and added it with a few glue dots.
The glue dots were only on the body of the butterfly allowing the wings to pop up a bit, and give the card some dimension.

Just love the final look of this beautiful spring card.  See you soon! ~Maureen

1 comment:

W Slont said...

How did you stamp the butterfly (as there is no stamp for this butterfly, only the die)