Monday, October 8, 2012

Lovely Fall Colors

The ladies in my Hostess Club will be making this card this month. To get the colors on the trees, I created a custom inkpad using a baby wipe. This technique enables you to stamp the image multiple times without having to clean the stamp in between - love it! I used the same "inkpad" to stamp the sentiment, giving it a multi-colored look as well.

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  • 3/8" Stitched Satin Ribbon - Summer Starfruit    126846
  • Brights Designer Buttons                                     119747
  • Scallop Trim Border Punch                                  118402
  • International Bazaar DSP                                     126920
  • Rich Razzleberry Cardstock                                 115316
  • Soft Suede Cardstock                                           115318
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6 comments:

irishgalkelly said...

Beautiful colors Katie!

horses4u said...

Hi Katie
I would like to know if I could buy this card from you ? Thank you for your time & help!

Betty
amini4u@gmail.com

waltzingbee said...

lovely colours, how do you "make" the ink pad please.
Lianne

Katie Grembowski said...

waltzingbee, the "inkpad" is simply a baby wipe, folded, with drops of various colors of ink on it. I'll try to make a video soon showing just how to make it. Be sure to follow me on youtube at www.youtube.com/stampwithkatie, and check out my new blog at http://stampwithkatie.com/preview

Anonymous said...

Katie,
Did you ever post a video on this stamping technique?
Thanks,
Terry

Katie Grembowski said...

Hi Terry! I had not previously made a video, but I have now! Thanks for the reminder! The video is posted on my new blog here: http://stampwithkatie.com/baby-wipe-stamp-pad-technique/ Go check it out, and please leave me a comment to let me know what technique you'd like to see a video for next.