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Cheers!

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Hi everyone,

It’s Barb here sharing two cards that I created using a ‘new to me’ technique called ‘Baby Wipe Stamping! Back in June, I saw a Video by Ashley Cannon Newell demonstrating this really fun technique, and thought I would try it. Here is my first card:

 

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I used three colors of Distress inks, added splatters of Hero Arts Silver and Pool Spray Mists in opposite corners, and added a few stars. If you would like to try this technique, check out Ashley’s video…it was very easy and a lot of fun!

I had quite a bit of color left to play with, so I created a second card:

 

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I thought this etched flower from the ‘Butterfly and Flower’ stamp set would look really cool multi-colored, and I’m happy with the way it turned out. The leaves are from the ‘Things We Love’ stamp set, and I chose them because I think they have a lot of personality. I popped the flower up with foam tape and added the vellum sentiment, which I embossed with Liquid Platinum.

We would love for you to play along in  This Month’s Challenge. – “New to You”! You may enter up to five times to be eligible to win a $25,00 Gift Certificate to the a2z Scrapbooking Store with each entry.

And, as always, you are welcome to use Coupon Code BARB15 for 15% off your order of $25,00 or more (before tax) in the a2z Store. Also, in case there are a few stamps you’ve been wanting to buy and were waiting for a really great sale, be sure to check out our Sales/ Retired Section for 50% and more off…And, you can use the discount code for extra savings!

Have a wonderful day ~

 

barb3

3 thoughts on “Cheers!

  1. These are beautiful, Barb! I really love how that flower came out!

  2. How fun and totally new to me! I love the idea and also wondered if you could use the Wipe, flip it over and color you die cut, with the ink form the wipe? I may try that now, as that is what I thought I would see in the video! Maybe a brand new idea to try! 🙂

  3. wow! these are so beautiful–off to check out the video!

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