Friday, August 12, 2016

A Year of Card Techniques August Blog Hop



It's month eight of our year long adventure 
into different card-making techniques, folds and paper crafting products.  
We hope you got the chance to hop with us each month.

It's not to late to hop and comment to be entered into our prize drawing.
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This month we are playing with the baby wipe technique and 
you won't want to miss the amazing and fun cards we've got for you today. 
 We really love feedback,  
so please leave a comment on each of the blogs in today's hop.  
Each comment on the 12 hops throughout the year will be 
entered into a drawing for a $25 Blitsy.com or Stampin' Up gift certificate 
(Winner's Choice). 

Now on with the projects.

I used Stampin' Up ink refills to create my cards.
The first two feature leaf stamps from the Vintage Leaves by Stampin' Up.



The rest of the cards are random stamp sets that I had laying on my desk.







There are lots of ways to do the baby wipe technique, from using it as a
multi-colored stamp pad (my first two leaf cards) or using it to create
stripes or plaids or using it "dot" on color. 

Get out your ink refills, it doesn't matter the brand and pull out 
the baby wipes and get to playing.
One hint though, WEAR GLOVES! 
I've still got ink on my hands and it's been a week since I created these cards.

Happy Crafting
Theresa

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7 comments:

  1. OMG . . . so many pretty cards. I recognize some of those awesome stamps. Beautiful, beautiful work. I hope you enjoyed trying this technique as much as I did.

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  2. Holy Cow! I can't believe how many cards you made...they are all lovely. I think this technique is so perfect for autumn themed cards...I went for leaves on one of my cards, too. Thank you so much for hosting this hop. I love participating and look forward to it each month.

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  3. Wonderful cards you made Theresa and thanks for the hint wearing gloves when you do this technique LOL I could have used this info last week :-) This technique was a bit challenging, but worth trying it. Thanks for hosting this blog and I am looking forward to next month

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  4. great cards! I love the technique, I will be looking into this!

    Alicia

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  5. Great cards, Theresa. I love all those rustic colors.

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  6. Totally love them! I'm going to have to try the "dot" technique. And HOW THE HECK DID YOU NOT GET BLOBS ALL OVER IN YOUR STRIPES OR PLAIDS???? (LOL.) Great ideas and great hop! Thanks for hosting again!

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