Sunday 7 June 2020

One Stamp Set - Four ways - The Last Technique

Hi everyone,

How are you all today? As I am typing this up on Saturday evening, it is absolutely bucketing down outside. Ah well, the garden needs it! It has come as quite a surprise to me as I have become so used to the lovely warm, sunny weather we have been having.
Anyway on to today's project and this is the last technique I showed in Monday's video hop, using the Positive Thoughts stamp set. This is called the "Babywipe Technique" and produces beautiful multicoloured, marbled stamped images as you can see on the ferns on these cards.
Positive Thoughts Stampin Up

Positive Thoughts Stampin Up

The technique involves taking two or three wet wipes and dripping on drops of several different colours of reinkers. This then becomes your "ink pad". You can see the full technique on the video. Just CLICK HERE or on the image below. Start watching at around 15 minutes!  

So that is all four techniques done! Very simple but very effective!

Do come back soon to see what else I have been up to!

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1 comment:

  1. Hi Jill!
    I'm a SU Demo from the U.S.. I loved the baby wipe technique...I tried it and I'm hooked! The ferns look so lovely, I may have to try it again:)
    Thanks for all your inspiration!
    Enjoy the weather & all the pretty flowers!
    Sue Floyd