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Sunday, March 27, 2011

Inlaid technique (Part 2) meets baby wipe technique and printed petals


I just love this technique, it's such fun. Here is another variation of the technique using baby wipe technique. For this technique you use a baby wipe as your stamp pad and ink by adding drops of reinker to the baby wipe. I have stamped the image which matches the scallop circle punch from the "Printed Petals" stamp set and have used rich razzleberry, regal rose, rose red, tangerine tango, daffodil delight and pretty in pink stamped onto whisper white. I then have stamped on my layer of regal rose using the small flower from "Printed Petals" stamp set. The centre image is using the "for you" image from SAB punch bunch.

Stamp Sets: Printed Petals, SAB Punch Bunch

Paper: Whisper white, regal rose

Ink: rich razzleberry, regal rose, rose red, tangerine tango, daffodil delight and pretty in pink

Accessories: scallop circle punch, 1 ¼" circle punch, square lattice textured embossing folder

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