More Cards for Challenges with Baby Wipe Technique - PP150 & JAI #169

Hello Everyone,

This is post no. 2 today and I just can't seem to stop myself when I start playing with a technique.

Here is a card using Artistic Etchings stamp set, combined with Collage Curios

The Reinkers I've used for the Baby Wipe technique on this card were Blushing Bride, Primrose Petals, Marina mist and Rich Razzleberry.  I feel the colours in this background are closer to the colours of the Inspiration challenge at JAI.  The Challenge at the Paper Players is to add Bling and that was added to the Mosaic punched pieces on my card.

I've also used the Fancy Fan Embossing folder on my Whisper White background on this Label Framelits Easel Card.
I really love how pretty the skyline looks on this card.  We do see some beautiful shades in the sky during sunset.  I don't know if Paris is the same, however using my imagination.  Best wishes was stamped in the Baby wipe used as a Stamp Pad after I'd done the wiping technique, to produce multicoloured lettering.

I'm going to enter into 2 challenges

 Paper Players Challenge

JAI 169 Inspiration challenge

But wait, there is more.  I couldn't decide which card I liked the best, so here is another one made with the same technique and Elements of Style stamp set combined with Papillon Potpourri.

On this card I've used the Label framelits horizontally as a topper on a square white Easel card base.  I've also used Curly Cute greeting in an effort to be using my retiring stamp sets.  My Black Label was embossed with Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder.  Once again, I've stamped some butterflies using the wipe as an inkpad to achieve the multicolours.


So which one do you like the best.  Please let me know while visiting.  Would love to have your opinion.  Enjoy your day!


Comments

  1. Wow, you're on a roll with these lovely backgrounds...a beautiful job on all. But l have to say "Elements of Style" is a fave.

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  2. You certainly have been busy, having fun with this technique, Carolyn! The Paris card is my favourite. Love the colours you've used.

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  3. You are definitely on a roll with these cards this week Carolyn. I like both of them but would say my favourite one is the Paris one, and I like your element that you created to hold up the easel. Thanks for joining in again with our challenge.

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  4. Oh you have really had lots of fun!! It is a great technique - they are all lovely. Chantell JAI

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  5. Both of your cards are so pretty! They are both perfect for the JAI challenge this week.

    Trish
    JAI Design Team

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  6. Both of these are so pretty! What a fun technique! Thanks for joining us at the Paper Players this week!

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  7. Very pretty....your colorations are just lovely, what a cool technique to use with this image! Thanks for playing with the Players this week!

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  8. I love your cards! Every time you use that Eiffel Tower stamp I want to go to Paris! Beautiful Carolyn! Thanks for joining us at the Paper Players this week! :-)

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