Thursday, April 15, 2010

Technique Club is Tonight!

Tonight is technique club night! Club members will be learning the Baby Wipe Technique. I knew that the sneak peek set, Awash With Flowers, would look great with this technique. I'm having so much fun with this set. I do have a lot of flower sets, but this one is different from all of them. I really like it a lot!

This set will be in the new Idea Book & Catalog July 1st, but Stampin' Up! is making it available during April. Also, qualifying workshops during April will automatically get this set free! There is still a little time to book an April workshop, but you'll need to hurry! They'll need to be scheduled in the next week or so for the end of the month. That way, invitations can be sent out in time. If you want to book a workshop, just E-MAIL ME. To see all of the images for this set, CLICK HERE

Stamps: Awash With Flowers and Sincere Salutations sets

Ink: Basic Black and Green Galore Classic Pads; Pink Passion, Green Galore, Crushed Curry, & Orchid Opulence Classic Ink Refills; Green Galore Stampin' Write Marker

Paper: Pink Passion, Orchid Opulence, Green Galore, Crushed Curry, & Whisper White card stock

Accessories: Eyelet Border Punch, Large and Scallop Oval Punches, Crushed Curry Polka Dot Ribbon, & baby wipes


ebeth926 said...

Super AWESOME! How did you do the colors?

Christy Fulk said...

Thanks, I'm glad you like it! It's really easy to do. Fold a baby wipe in half, and lay it on a paper plate. Place drops of Classic ink refills (3-4 colors) randomly to form your multi-color “stamp pad”. Each ink drop will spread out a little bit after a few seconds. If there is any white space in between colors after the ink spreads, fill in with a little more ink. Ink up a bold stamp on your make-shift pad and stamp it onto your piece of card stock. You don't want to move the stamp around on the inked baby wipe, because it will smudge the colors together too much. That's it!

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