Monday, October 16, 2017
Stampin' Up - Baby wipe technique
Just wanted to share with you a layout I did using the Baby Wipe Technique. I taught this class this week, and told my class participants how great it would be for a scrap layout. So I needed to produce the goods for them to see.
I have got a little bit clever now, doing the pages in multiples so I get each grandchild's album done.
This first layout I used the colours, Tangerine Tango, Calypso Coral, and Blushing Bride. Leaves are done in Pear Pizzazz, stamped off, and then full colour for the leaf veins. Garden in Bloom is a great stamp set, and used it in all 3 layouts. The die cut Lovely, came from the Lovely word thinlits.
On the pop up flowers, the faceted gems give this page a highlight.
The inks used in these 2 layouts are, Night of Navy, Marina Mist, Soft Sky. Petra Pizzazz again for the leaves. The wording Sweet came from the Cupcake Cutouts Framelits. Faceted gems used again on both layouts.
The Baby wipe technique is super simple, and very effective. I have started these classes just recently, with participants do a quick sample, then they make a card after their practice, and paste into a booklet with direction, so will have this as a reference for future card making/scrap making days.
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