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Old 07-03-2020, 12:59 PM   #1  
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Default TLC802 ~ Wipe Those Worries Away ~ {07/06/2020}

Happy Monday to you all. I hope that those celebrating the 4th of July all had a safe and happy day/holiday weekend.

I had several ideas for today. I dismissed the first one on the grounds that it was probably too close to what I know Jean has lined up for us next week. Another one is a favourite technique of mine that I featured in 2016, so that's a good while ago and I'm sure I'll feature it again soon. But I decided to challenge myself a bit and try something that, if I have done, it was so long ago that I don't remember - the Baby Wipe on Tutorial at Splitcoaststamperstechnique, using a folder wipe to create a custom stamp pad with re-inkers. By extension, there is also the Striped Wipe on Tutorial at Splitcoaststampers technique, which is also adding drops of re-inker to a folded wipe, but this time adding the drops to the edge, and pulling it across glossy card. I tried this with DOX re-inkers and got a very soft pastel look. I'm too frugal with my glossy card to have tried again with regular re-inkers, and anyway, the soft look was just what I wanted for my bright flowers.
Wouldn't it be great if we could really wipe some of worries and cares away? At least we can get some good creative therapy from those baby wipes.

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Yes, there are plenty of other ways of using baby wipes, but I'd like you to try one or the other of the above two for this challenge.

I used regular re-inkers and stamped my leaves and flowers (and then die-cut them, so you can't really tell that they're stamped). As mentioned before, I used DOX inks on the background to try the Striped Wipe, and they didn't really work.
Beate has a couple of other suggestions if you read on down to the variations at the bottom of the Striped Wipe tutorial. If I can find some inferior glossy card I'd quite like to try her tie-dye suggestion!


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Whichever technique you use, it's great if you upload to the relevant Technique Spotlight gallery - choose Technique Spotlight from the first dropdown menu and the technique from the second menu.


My card will be linked in the next post.

Remember to use the keyword TLC802 when you are uploading. It's helpful if you come back and leave a link on this thread, especially in case you made a typo and people may not find your card.


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Here's my card: TLC802 Birthday Bouquet by Cook22 at Splitcoaststampers
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Thank you for this fun challenge, I don't got any reinkers but used Izink spray inks, it works for the striped technique but impossible to get a print with the stamping on the baby wipe, maybe I should try another baby wipe I've got only cheap ones
I wanted to add a picture from the decorated envelope but can't find it in my files...
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I used the baby wipe technique....and while I had the colors, I stamped a bunch of these. Thanks for a fun challenge.

CAS593, TLC802, Butterfly Cutie by jdmommy at Splitcoaststampers
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Lovely technique, nice to stamp simply:

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Here's mine.

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Really fun challenge. Here is my card:

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so fun...thanks Sabrina.

here is my card:

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Thanks, Sabrina. I've done this swipe technique with other mediums like alcohol inks onto felt, and also compressed sponges with dye inks, but never with baby wipes. This was great for a short session. The compressed sponges absorb more ink so it's good for making lots of BG. Good results with all methods. Gallery at Splitcoaststampers by Lori "Artzadoni" 
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My first try with this technique, next time I'll use darker colors.
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I made a background of the technique, and then stamped and embossed onto it. I combined the challenge with the Crafters of Faith challenge for July

COFJUN20, TLC802 Hope by mcschmidty at Splitcoaststampers

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A dry baby wipe and some wet glue but TLC802_CAS593_SpecialDay by Jay_Bee at Splitcoaststampers is my card
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Fun technique! Here's my Happy, Happy Birthday card:

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my card for the challenge!

simple beauty by rokale at Splitcoaststampers
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Here are my cards- one uses four ink refills and the other three ink refills.


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TLC802 ~ Wipe Those Worries Away cj's by cj nalley at Splitcoaststampers
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Thanks, Sabrina. I've done this swipe technique with other mediums like alcohol inks onto felt, and also compressed sponges with dye inks, but never with baby wipes. This was great for a short session. The compressed sponges absorb more ink so it's good for making lots of BG. Good results with all methods. Gallery at Splitcoaststampers by Lori "Artzadoni"





i couldn't leave a comment in your gallery - the link doesn't seem to work. i luv the huge wave crashing down on the little mermaid and the sentiment is perfect!
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Here’s my card. Thanks for the challenge. Happy fay

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