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Make your own ink pad technique!

Hello! So glad you’re here,

Today I have a really fun technique to share with you using baby wipes and Stampin’ Up ink refills! It doesn’t have to be a particular brand of baby wipe, they just need to be fairly moist.

I place mine inside one of our Stamp cases (you can buy these from Stampin’ Up! to store card scraps or embellishments etc in) just to keep the mess contained!

Here’s the how-to video from my YouTube channel, hope you like it!

And here’s the photo of the finished cards:


I kept my card fairly simple so the colour really pops and I used a square shape for the ink but you could try random drops and see what that looks like.  Keep colours from merging too much (brown isn’t the most fun shade!)

It’s also a great technique to try with lots of different stamps (solid, line art, you name it!) as well as punched shapes or backgrounds.  I’d love to see what you come up with!

Here’s what I used:

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Big Shot


I’d definitely recommend the Big Shot accessories if you don’t have them yet.  They’re not as pretty as stamps or paper but you will LOVE using them and you’ll get so much more crafting done because they make your life so much easier!

We have just a few weeks left of the retired lists!  Things are slowly selling out so have a look before the amazing stamps you’ve always wanted are gone.  Some of my favourites are still available: Choose Happiness (in wood), And Many More (both wood and clear), the All Boxed Up kit (great for gifts and reduced too), the Project Life bundles and accessory packs! There’s so much! Shop here and don’t forget to use the host code: SXYG67SM for an extra free gift from me!



And the last thing to share with you really should be the first thing!  During May you have the opportunity to buy the starter kit and order products from the new catalogue before they even launch on June 1st! Buying the kit means choosing products YOU love (no one chooses for you) and doing with it what YOU like (no requirements to do parties or classes) at a great price (£130 worth of amazing products for £99).  If  you’d like to know more you can see my FAQs here and you can email me through the button to your right, or here.

My husband and I thought we might lose the cost of the kit, what we gained we cannot put a price too; friendships, fun, holidays, working from home, being able to go to every child activity, encouragement from others, joy from having a satisfying and meaningful job, excitement, growth as a person, working with others, crafting time for me, time for family things, the special moment during a party or class when I get the thrill of loving what I do (it happens everytime!)  The list goes on.  What will your list look like?

To join, make a list of what you want (if you can narrow it down!) and click here.

(Don’t forget the competition on my previous post, still time to enter!)

Happy Stampin’


Rhoda xx


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    May 26, 2016 Reply

    Enjoy your ideas. Thank you

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