I am playing along with the FabFriday’s color challenge – you can see the other projects HERE
This is the color challenge banner for FabFriday 114:
This is my first post with this wonderful Crafting Forever stamp set. I think it is so appropriate for any crafter. And I am sure you know other crafting folks to send a card to.
I used the Baby Wipe Technique again. This time though it is on Glossy White Card Stock, and I just touched it to the card stock. It is a different look, but one I really like. I believe it shows off all of the new In Colors. The Glossy White card stock is an old item that was discontinued a few years ago and now is back. It is wonderful base for a variety of techniques.
The 5 new In Colors for 2017-2019
I wanted to make a different background and couldn’t choose a color. So I thought of the baby wipe technique and managed to use all of them. I believe this is the first time that I have really liked all the colors in a new set.
The background technique reminds me of my stamp surface after a few hours of playing! Can anyone relate to that? It was a fun experiment to try and not as messy as it looks either. I took a baby wipe and wadded it up then touched it to the ink pad, then to the card stock. I re-wadded it each time so that I didn’t mess up my ink pads or combine the colors on the card stock. I think I only used 2 baby wipes though. I did use all 5 of the new In Colors. The Powder Pink just doesn’t show up as well in the photo.
The jar of tools was colored with markers and then cut out using the Layering Ovals Thinlits. And the sentiment, which I thoroughly agree with, was stamped in Tranquil Tide and cut out with the Stitched Shape Thinlits. Both are raised with our awesome dimensionals.
Thank you for stopping by today! The supplies I used are listed below. You can click on any item and be taken directly to my On Line Store.