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Bustin' out an old set and technique!

I'm on a roll! Today I discovered the Red Hot Stampers Sketch Blog!



I am super excited to play along today. I had a few minutes while Felicity was sleeping, so here is what I came up with.

YAY sun! You'll understand if you've been keeping up with my posts.

Showing the baby wipe technique.
I used the baby wipe technique and framelets to make today's card. I am super in love with the framelets and they make me want to chuck my circle scissors cutter to the curb! There is no guesswork with the framelets; just stamp your image, plop a framelet of your choice on top and run through the big shot! Easy peasy! Plus, they are a better bargain than the Sizzix dies. (That's more scratch for stamping goodie...or more framelets!)

The baby wipe technique was something I haven't used in forever (this stamp set is also something not used in forever)! I went to a stamp club recently and that was the technique of the night. Since it was fresh in mind and the Days of Gratitude is a busy set, I thought it would be perfect. So one baby wipe and a whole mess of SU Regal inkers, we now have a tie dyed image. I added a bit of hemp twine and a cute bow to give it just a little more embellishing. I'm bad like that.

Hope you enjoyed and have a stamp-tastic day!


  1. I love this set, its one of my favorites, and you made a beautiful card with it, love it!

  2. This is just Beautiful! Love the colors and the technique you used. Great card! Thanks for playing along with the Red Hot Stampers Sketch Challenges.

  3. Jayme,

    I love the colors you used with your baby wipe technique...very pretty! I need to use this technique again since I haven't done it in a while. Thanks for playing with the Red Hot Stampers this week.


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