Gorgeously Made Baby Wipe Technique

When we think about creating fall-themed cards, it’s a good time to pull out the baby wipe technique. Although it can be used for other themes, this technique lends itself really well for fall. 

What is the baby wipe technique? (Be sure to watch the video below to see step-by-step visual instructions for making this technique come to life.) But here’s the crux of it:

  • Layer a couple of baby wipes on a Silicone Craft Sheet
  • Drip a few drops of reinker of desired colors on the baby wipe. For this card, I used Crumb Cake, Old Olive, Crushed Curry, and Cherry Cobbler. Make sure to cover the area the size of the stamp. 
  • Use the baby wipe as your ink pad. Press the stamp onto the wipe and then stamp on your card stock.

Gorgeously Made Baby Wipe Technique

For today’s card, I used the large leaf stamp from Stampin’ Up!’s Gorgeously Made stamp set. Here are some other details that may help you create this card at home:

  • Thick Very Vanilla Card Stock Base measuring 8 1/2 x 5 1/2, scored at 4 1/4
  • Very Vanilla Card Stock layer die cut with Deckled Rectangle Dies and run through the Leaf Fall 3D Embossing Folder (an Online Exclusive)
  • Cherry Cobbler Card Stock layer cut with Deckled Rectangle Dies
  • Very Vanilla Card Stock layer stamped used the baby wipe technique and die cut with Deckled Rectangle
  • Sentiment from Something Fancy
  • Festive Pearls
  • Simply Elegant Gold Trim

How to Video

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