Saturday, October 22, 2016

Thanksgiving Theme Blog Hop

Welcome to the Team Stamp It Thanksgiving Theme blog hop.  Whether you started the blog hop with my blog or "hopped" to my blog from one of my teammates blog, I am happy you stopped by.

The card I have for you today is made using the "baby wipe" technique.  I love this technique.  If you have not ever tried the "baby wipe" technique you should, the project always comes out awesome. 
To do the "baby wipe" technique, you should choose 3-4 coordinating colors of Stampin' Ink Refills.  Drip 8-10 drops of each of the coordinating colors of Stampin' Ink Refills randomly on to a baby wipe that has been folded into quarters.  You then use it like an ink pad, just tap your stamp onto the baby wipe and then onto your cardstock.  Looking at the baby wipe below you would never guess the colors would come out so amazingly beautiful.
 
Ink the Maple Leaf stamp by using the "inked" baby wipe and then stamp onto Very Vanilla cardstock.  The Alder Leaf was stamped with Pumpkin Pie ink and the Oak Leaf was stamped with Rich Razzleberry ink.  The leaves were cut out using the Leaflets framelits and the Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine.
Stamp the filigree stamp from the Falling Flowers Stamp set using Early Espresso ink onto the Very Vanilla card front panel.  Add Halloween Night enamel dots at various locations on the card front panel.
  
Adhere the leaves onto the card front panel with Fast Fuse and Stampin' dimensionals. 
Tie a bow onto a wooden button using Linen Thread and adhere the button onto the top of the leaves using glue dots. 
Stamp the sentiment on to the card front.  For this card I used Early Espresso and Pumpkin Pie Stampin' Write Markers.
Adhere the card front panel to an Early Espresso card base.
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49 comments:

  1. That leaf looks like it was plucked off of the ground and placed beautifully on the card! Such texture!! #stampitcontest

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  2. So beautiful. I must use this technique again. #stampitcontest

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  3. Love this technique - great job on your color choices - the leaf is gorgeous!

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  4. Your leaf is awesome! Nice job!

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  5. #Stampitcontest Vintage leaves my favorite stamp set! Love it!

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  6. Wow Beautiful! I'm going to try that never done it.

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  7. #stampitcontest Very nice cards, Pam Loved seeing how you made your own 'pad' with colors of your choice..

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  8. I love all the texture and depth of your card. I've never tried that technique, I'll have to give it a try!

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  9. Such a gorgeous card. I love it

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  10. WOW! Just beautiful, great job Pam.

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  11. I LOVE THIS TECHNIQUE. SO MANY WAYS TO USE THIS. THANK YOU FOR SHARING WITH US.

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  12. I will have to try those techniques. Thank you. #stampitcontest

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  13. I have done this technique before but only on trees, I am going to try it on leaves now. Very clever I would not have thought to use other stamps with this technique. #stampitcontest.

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  14. #stampitcontest
    I have not done this technique and have been planning on some leaf cards so will definitely have to try it. thanks for the reminder.

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  15. Love the different colors on the leaves! #stampitcontest

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  16. Fantastic technique and beautiful card!

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  17. Awesome card. Love the colors on the leaves. Thank you for sharing your techniques and for being part of this giveaway. #stampinitcontest

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  18. #stampitcontest
    beautiful card haven't seen the baby wipe technique in quite awhile

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  19. Love the colors on the leaf. Beautiful card!

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  20. Love the leaves and the filigree. The baby wipe technique is also good for just backgrounds. #stampitcontest

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  21. #stampitcontest I have heard of this technique but never seen it demonstrated....love the concept...great card

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  22. A very great technique to pull back out. Thanks for sharing. #stampitcontest

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  23. I so want to win - hopefully winning will help me get customers so I can continue with Stamps. Too expensive on my own, so Please let me win - lol!

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  24. This card is awesome...love the colors! Who would have thought that inked baby wipe would look so great!! Thanks for sharing!

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  25. I haven't tried this technique yet, and it looks fabulous on your leaves!
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  26. Very lovely card. I like this technique. #stampitcontest

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  27. Very beautiful card!! #stampitcontest

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  28. #stampitcontest What a beauty!

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  29. Love your leaves...the baby wipe technique is wonderful for them! #stampitcontest

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  30. #stampitcontest
    Lovely presentation of the stamp

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  31. Beautiful fall leaves! Love the addition of the plum color! #stampitcontest

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  32. Love the multi-colored leaf. So cool, and another great techinque I just learned, thanks to you. THanks for sharing. #stampitcontest

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  33. Can't wait to try this technique!
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  34. Love the leaves #stampitcontest

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  35. Thank you for sharing the baby wipe technique. I haven't tried it before -- will now. Your leaf is beautiful! #stampincontest

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  37. Autumn is in the air and reflected in your card. I love the look. Thanks for sharing. #stampitcontest
    Carol Smith

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  38. #stampitcontest

    Will be trying the baby wipe technique for sure. The colors are beautiful!!

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  39. #stampitcontest
    Beautiful card I love the colors can't wait to attempt !

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  40. I love the colors. Thanks
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  41. I'm a newbie to the art of stamping and card making. Thank you for the inspiration! I've not heard of using baby wipes like this yet, but it is genious! Shelley Lard #stampitcontest

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  42. #stampitcontest. Love the fall leaves. I will need to try the baby wipe technique.

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