StampinUp! with a Baby Wipe!?!?!

Baby Wipe Technique


1) Squeeze a few drops of ink on a baby wipe; the moistened material absorbs the colors and creates a one-of-a-kind ink pad.

2) Stamp your image.

3) For another approach, gently swipe the wipe over your card stock to create a multicolored background.

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Flocked Snowman Pail

Designer Tip: Stamp the snowman onto the blue paper inside the pail and add the flocked piece and additional pieces on the outside of the pail. This will show the outline of the snowman with the stick arms that outlines the flocked snowman.

Flocked Snowman Pail

Supplies: I can get you any of these, just let me know via email or comment 🙂

* Winter Delights Paper Set
* Winter Delights Ribbon
* Large Clear Pail
* Snowflake Dazzles™ White
* Easy Circles Template
* 12×12 Classic Cardstock
* Ruby Red 3mm Crystals , Ruby Red 5mm Crystals
* StazOn Ink Pad, Jet Black
* Jumbo Snowman Stamp
* Humungo Adhesive Sheets
* Cotton Ball White Fun Flock
* Rubber Brayer
* Colored pencils
* Black pen
* White cardstock


1. Cut 6 1/2″ strips of blue paper with the tree and birds border. Stamp the big snowman using black ink next to the tree and bird border on the paper. Wrap the inside of the pail with strips with one of the borders in the front of the pail. Cut 1″ strips of red dot paper and ink the edges. Mat with green cardstock and glue covering the seams of the papers wrapped inside the pail.
2. Cut the border Dazzles™ in half and add to the outside of the pail over the red dot strips. Add small snowflakes at the ends of the border with 3mm red crystals. Wrap red rick rack around the top edge of the pail on the outside overlapping the paper.

3. Stamp 2 big snowmen onto white cardstock. Cut out the snowmen just inside the stamped image to cut away the outline. Cover the cut out snowmen with Humungo adhesive and trim to the shape. Spread white over the snowmen with flock. Tap off the excess and finish with a brayer.
4. Stamp hat, mittens and scarves onto red dot paper and green cardstock. Cut out the images and piece together by cutting the trim pieces from the green and gluing to the red dot pieces.
5. Drop one drop of metallic gold Staz-on from the refill bottom onto white cardstock and spread with a q-tip. When dry, stamp the bell for the hat and cut out. Glue to the hat.
6. Stamp buttons onto green cardstock and cut out. Glue to the body of the snowman. Cut the fringe in the scarves and also glue with the buttons to the snowman. Stamp the face onto white cardstock and color the eyes and mouth with brown colored pencil. Cut out and glue to the snowmen faces. Also stamp the carrot onto orange cardstock and cut out. Glue to the faces.
7. Glue the snowman with the hat to the outside of the pail with the stamped image inside outlining the flocked snowman. Add the mittens to the arms.
8. Cut out mounds of snow using the Humungo adhesive sheets. Adhere those to white cardstock and trim the cardstock slightly larger than the adhesive sheet. Using a black pen, outline the edge of the white cardstock. Remove the protective sheet of the adhesive and cover with flock and secure with a brayer. Layer the mounds of snow at the bottom of the pail.
9. Place snowflake Dazzles™ around the snowman and add crystal centers.
10. Trim a 5” circle from the tree border paper using just the blue section. Stamp a big snowman at the edge so just part of the snowman is on the circle. Glue the second flocked and pieced snowman to the outline and trim away excess. Add the mitten to the arm. Glue to the lid of the pail.
11. Add snowflakes and crystals around the snowman. Some of the snowflakes can go over the edge of the circle and trim away the excess.
12. Tie knots of ribbons to the handle.

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All Bundled Up – print and cut card

Make The Cut Print and Cut card. I inked the card with Tim Holtz Fired brick, then added my cuts. I double-layered the front piece with pop-dots and did a combo on the inside.

Red and Yellow Challenge Mini Notebook

Red and Yellow are for a fellow, This is a girl, but I gave it a whirl….. the challenges are starting to get to me, I think!

Using the basic shapes in MTC, I again cut chipboard and cardstock to fit around my book.  Bound with the Zutter Bind it All, stamped with “Thinking of You” and I added some angel wings and a key & lock from Tim Holtz’ grungeboard collection, which I pressed into Faded Jeans Distress Ink and embossed.

Red and Yellow MTC challenge

Retro Vibe Owl Mini Album

Made in a day, can you believe it?  What’s the secret?  Cutting out all of your page forms and tags, frames, etc. at once.  This was the easiest album I’ve ever done, but one of the cutest.

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Here’s the video, pics are below:

I used Make The Cut software to cut out the rounded pages, as well as all of the tags and frames.  This makes it super easy to just be creative with your embellies and journaling, tags, etc. because all the “basics” are there.

This album is for sale on ebay (Aug 31, 2010) and I’ve included links to both my videos and pics below.  Enjoy, and feel free to scraplift what you like 🙂

Items used:

  • Make The Cut Software
  • Cricut Cindy Loo cartridge for the large owl and owl frame
  • Handmade paper flowers (see previous posts)
  • Ribbon
  • Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Faded Jeans
  • Various brads and eyelets
  • DCWV Glitter Cardstock in Whimsy Stack
  • 3D Crystal Laquer
  • Perfect Pearls in pastel
  • Stampin Up: French Script, Forest Friends, Natural Beauty, Owl die cut
  • Versamark Dazzle ink