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Old 05-17-2005, 10:14 AM   #1
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I know I put the instructions for this somewhere but do you think I can find it?????? UGHHHH !! Could someone let me know what the instructions are for this? Thanks so much

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Corinne: This is what I do. Cut a baby wipe in half and fold it several times until it's a good size to hold on to. Put 2 drops of one color reinker, not touching, and 2 drops of another, sort of in a diamond shape. Then swipe from one side of glossy cardstock to the other. I have a couple of cards in my gallery doing it this way. I don't know if this is the look you're going for, but hope it helps. Regards, Sue
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Thanks, Sue....this makes sense and I'm looking forward to giving it a whirl I have to go buy diaper wipes tomorrow since my household has been out of diapers for 4 years now !! Now its me who may be wearing diapers next I'm 41 but somedays I think I'm losing ALL control

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we did this at meeting the other night. Except we used it like a stamp pad. You would but a couple of drops of ink on the baby wipe and use a solid stamp and stamp it on your paper. Looks way cool!
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I saw this technique done on a card that was just posted in the gallery with the shapes and shadows set. It looks so beautiful but then I read another thread that said you have to be careful putting baby wipes on your stamps directly as it tends to make them gummy. There was some thought that it had to do with lanolin in the wipes and to try and buy wipes with no lanolin. Thanks for the help. I'd love to try this.

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