So Grateful for You – Sneak Peek

Hi there! So I wanted to play along with the Freshly Made Sketches #200 challenge. I am really drawn to the new Lighthearted Leaves stamps set that is available September 1st in the upcoming Stampin’Up! Holiday Catalog.


I knew I wanted to make this card clean and simple yet colorful hence using the baby wipe technique. I love this technique! It can really add a lot by doing just a little.

FMS200 Baby Wipe Technique

You will need:
1) Clear stamp case or other container
2) Baby Wipe
FYI: I use Huggies Natural Care and pattern/brand does not matter or affect your stamping
3) Your favorite colors of Stamping’ ink refills
4) Stamp set of your choice
5) Paper of your choice

How to:
1) Place the baby wipe into the case or container
2) Start dropping ink in random pattern on the baby wipe
FYI: I start with the lighter colors and use much less of darker colors as eventually they bleed together and sometimes the darker colors can over power.
3) Start stamping using the baby wipe like an ink pad

There is no right or wrong way to do this and most importantly…..have fun!

Keep Creating,

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6 Responses to So Grateful for You – Sneak Peek

  1. I love love love how these leaves turned out! What a fun technique – and what a pretty card! So glad you joined in the celebration at FMS!

  2. Jen Timko says:

    I just love the colors you chose for this….gorgeous way to use this fabulous stamp! Thanks for joining our celebration at FMS!

  3. Jen Mitchell says:

    Love the effect of the leaves. So pretty for fall! Thanks for joining us for our 200th challenge at Freshly Made Sketches!

  4. This is such a wonderful CAS card – I really love your choice of colours and images. Thanks for joining us at FMS 200th challenge!

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  6. Greta H says:

    What a great technique–thanks for the instructions! Your card caught my attention in the FMS gallery–beautiful!

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