Ink it! Stamp it! Blog Hop: Technique

Friday, July 21, 2017


I am loving this month's Ink It! Stamp It! blog hop theme.  It pushed me out of my comfort zone to try a few new ones. One didn't work as well as I'd hoped so I changed to the baby wipe technique.  I'm going to be a tease and show you the card today and then film a video for you to watch and follow along.   Look out for that blog post in a few days.


This technique uses, you guessed it, a baby wipe and ink refils.  You can choose which ever you like, I went with a mitxure of Regals and Brights.  Simply drop a few dots of ink from different bottles onto the baby wipe so that they are random and there are no spaces between them and then use that as your stamp pad.  As you can see, each flower or leaf in my design is different and you get a lovely mottled effect.  

I can't wait to film this for you and when I do I will update this post to link to the video.  Until then, enjoy checking out my fellow design team members' blog posts to see which techniques they have showcased.

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10 comments

  1. Wow Fiona.....am loving those colours and I totally love the Baby Wipe technique is definitely one of my favourites.

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  2. Great card Fiona. The colours look so pretty using this technique.

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  3. One of my favourite techniques, Fiona and you've show-cased it brilliantly! Love your colour choices and card design!

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  4. WOW I have never tried this technique! I LOVE the efect it creates and you ahve explained how to do it perfectly, so well in fact I could see you dropping er-inker onto baby wipes, stamping and smiling away thw whole time, even while you cut out your flowers lol, But maybe that was just me cuase I like fussy cutting hahaha. Adore the CAS design too it's beautiful Fiona!

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  5. So effect!!! A great technique showcased really beautifully Fiona x

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  6. Soooooo pretty Fiona, I'd forgotten all about this technique! You have described it so well, the effect is so beautiful with this stamp set.

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  7. Love your card Fiona. Plus how all the flowers are different. I keep meaning to try this out, must do it now :)

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  8. Love this technique Fiona. I have tried this one before and thought the result was fab. Thanks for sharing this and reminding me to use this technique more often. Your card is just gorgeous.

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  9. Beautiful card. I love this technique to make pretty cards.

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