Friday, July 15, 2016

Watercolor Wings Baby Wipe Technique + Video

The Baby Wipe Technique is an easy way to create multi-colored images that look tie-dyed. If you haven't tried the Baby Wipe technique before, it's easy! Add drops of reinkers in multiple colors to a baby wipe and then use it as an ink pad to stamp your image. You can use the baby wipe to stamp many times and it will look a little different every time you stamp it!
Stampin' Up! Watercolor Wings Baby Wipe Technique + video tutorial #stampinup

I've done this technique many times, but was inspired by a card I received on the cruise from UK Demonstrator Julie Kettlewell. I changed up the colors, but otherwise, made these thank you cards exactly like Julie's card. I used the new In Colors Peekaboo Peach, Flirty Flamingo, and Sweet Sugarplum on this card and then stamped the butterfly's body and antennae in black over the wings. For the splatter, I squeeze the Gold Wink of Stella Pen to create a small pool of ink on a clear block and then pick up a little ink with the brush tip and tap the pen to splatter the ink across your card.
Stampin' Up! Watercolor Wings Baby Wipe Technique + video tutorial #stampinup
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Stampin' Up! Watercolor Wings Baby Wipe Technique + video tutorial #stampinup

Watch this video tutorial from a bonus project I designed last year to learn how to do the Baby Wipe Technique or check out this photo tutorial.

 Stampin' Up! Supplies: Watercolor Wings stamp set, One Big Meaning stamp set, Basic Black ink, Whisper White cardstock, Peekaboo Peach ink refill & cardstock, Flirty Flamingo ink refill, Sweet Sugarplum ink refill, Gold Wink of Stella

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