May CAS Mix Up 2019

Capture d’écran 2019-03-19 à 13.34.59Welcome back to our Baby wipe technique for the May CAS Mix Up Challenge.   Bonnie is attacking the Baby wipes.  As usual, there is plenty of inspiration from the Design Team, our guest designer, Berry, along with videos to kick start your creativity.

For this card I inked up a baby wipe with Ecoline (a transparent/liquid watercolour paint) in the three primary colours.  I stamped baby feet several times with this improvised ink pad.  I also smooshed another piece of card stock directly onto the saturated baby wipe to get a background piece.  While still wet, both card stocks were heat embossed with glitz EP.  The vellum matting was also stamped and glitz heat embossed with a stripe background stamp.  The fine line die, cut out of a left over, was heat embossed as well.  The Nellie Snellen fine frame was also added.

Hope you’ll join in on the fun.  Don’t forget to pop over to the challenge.  Thanks so much for stopping by, HUGz,

Joanna

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6 thoughts on “May CAS Mix Up 2019

  1. Joanna, I LOve the sweet baby feet using your baby wipe ink pad and being glitz heat-embossed! The matching panel behind and the very thin strip across give a sense of unity. The fine frame and the stripe vellum matting are wonderful design elements. I’m always impressed with your sophisticated and unique designs!
    Hideko xx

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  2. Sweet card Jo! Love these adorable baby feet. What great colours using the wipe as your ink pad. Love the matching background, along with the striped vellum background. Always so many beautiful parts to your cards! xx

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