Thursday, May 7, 2015

Guest Artist: Kim Schultze & Baby Wipe Technique

Colors: Pool Party, Wisteria Wonder, Pear Pizzazz
One of my favorite demonstrations at Spring Into Stamping was Kim Schultze's reinker techniques. Today I'm going to share some of her gorgeous samples that she created using the Baby Wipes technique. Please be sure to visit Kim's Facebook page to say hello and and let her know how much you love her projects!
Have your tried the Baby Wipe technique before? It's so very easy! You'll need Baby Wipes, a plastic (or non-paper container or plate), classic ink refills, stamps, and cardstock. You can purchase reinkers individually or by color family. They are good to have on hand to refresh your ink pads.

Baby Wipe Technique

1.  Fold the baby wipe into quarters and set it inside a non-paper container or plate to protector the surface underneath from getting wet and inky.
2.  Apply 2-3 reinkers to the baby wipe one color at a time in random dots. Start with the darkest color and end with the lightest color. (Using more than 3 colors often leads to a "muddy" wipe.)
3.  Use the baby wipe as a ink pad. Place the stamp over it and press done. Then lift up and stamp on the cardstock. You can use the same wipe many times without reinking.
4.  Discard the wipe when you are done.
Check out Kim's finished cards using this technique. I love the colors she paired together: Bermuda Bay, Strawberry Slush, and Crushed Curry.
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Colors: Tempting Turquoise, Perfect Plum, Daffodil Delight
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Rachel Brooks said...

Great tutorial - I prefer the written kinid, as I can take it to the craft room in case I need clarification. I haven't tried this yet, but you've inspired me to get busy and put some of my many flower stamps to work! Thank you so much!

Kathy said...

Thanks for videos...lm better when I can see u do it...thanks fir sharing, on my bucket list now !!!