Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Baby Wipe and Stencil

Hi there.  I hope the week is starting off well for you.

Today I'm playing with the CAS Stencil Challenge that's hosted by Julia.

I've smooshed a piece of photo paper into some spritzed Distress Oxide ink.
I only used one color this time to leave a fairly neutral background.

I laid the stencil over the dried smooshed piece and
sponged more Distress Oxide ink through it.

When it was completely dry, I wiped with a baby wipe and watched
the magic happen.  I never get tired of this technique!

All that was left was to trim it up and put it behind an
embossed frame.

The sentiment is stamped in the same color as the background.

Thanks for the visit and special thanks for your comments.


Card Recipe
Stamps:  Banner Sentiments (PB)
Ink:   Iced Spruce (DI), Iced Spruce, Worn Lipstick, Peeled Paint (DOX)
Paper:   Photo Paper (Staples), Neenah
Other:  A Bloom and 3 Buds Stencil (Artsplorations), Baby Wipe (Costco), Square Die (?), 
Subtle EF (SU)


JosieD said...

What a soft, pretty card. Feels artsy and creative. Gotta love those baby wipes...smiles.

Dotty Jo said...

Great card, Bonnie! I've still not fully got my head around this technique, Jo x

jimlynn said...

You come up with some of the best techniques! Love the soft look of your card. So pretty.

Marcia Hill said...

BEAUTIFUL!! Love the muted background and then the bright pop of color from the flower and leaves...lovely, lovely card Bonnie!! :0)

Pat said...

This is so so pretty Bonnie with the beautiful smooshed background and stencilling on photo paper, and the finish is wonderful wiping it over with the baby wipe. It brings out the colours and there is lots of contrast with the white frame. x

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) said...

Cool background, Bonnie! I've never tried this technique but will have to give it a go soon - thanks for the inspiration!!

kiwimeskreations said...

What a special card this is Bonnie - love the featured panel and the fascinating wavy greeting

I Card Everyone said...

I never thought to use this technique as a baby-wipe trick! Oh, you clever girl! It's beautiful, Bonnie!

Bobby said...

I tried baby wipes a number of ways and gave up, Bonnie. Now that you've shown me what to do with your lovely card I can try again.

nancy littrell said...

I love this baby wipe with DOX technique, too! Love how you used a neutral colored background for your stenciled flower, Bonnie. It really makes your flower pop. TFS Hugs..Nancy

Mac Mable said...

What a stunning effect with the fun technique Bonnie and what a beautiful card x.

Robyn Oliver said...

A Gorgeous card Bonnie - the colours are fabulous together - great technique loved the magic too, thanks for joining with CAS Stencil, hugs Robyn

Trina P. said...

So pretty, Bonnie. The neutral background is perfect and helps make those stencilled flowers pop beautifully. xx

Loll said...

LOVE the soft background and then bold colours of the stenciled flowers, Bonnie. It really is magic when the chalk finish is removed. Gorgeous card! xx

Barb Ghig said...

This is really gorgeous, Bonnie! I love the bold pink flower petals with your subtle background...such an artistic effect! Thanks so much for joining in the fun for the baby wipe challenge at CAS Stencil :)

Papercraft Boutique said...

I love this card, Bonnie! The shades of the colors are so beautiful and I LOVE the translucent color layered parts. I can't get tired of that magic moment, either!
Hideko xx

Jo said...

Such a dreamy card dear friend. This is definitely a magical technique which you master beautifully. Such a gorgeous card. Love it! xx

Karen Dunbrook said...

gorgeous...love the look.
xx Karen

Julia Aston said...

So pretty with the soft background and the pop of the magenta blooms Bonnie! xx

BożenA said...

WOW! A wonderful card made with the help of magic technique. You must be a sorceress, Bonnie

Cathy said...

Forgot about baby wipes and photo paper Bonnie, your card is a stunner! Love the soft neutral background with the pops of pink, so pretty, Cathy x