Friday, November 16, 2012

French Foliage Easel Card

Today's card is one that I made for my fall stamp a stack and I think my favorite one (I also sent it to my upline, so let's hope she got it in the mail before I posted this! lol).  It uses the baby wipe technique which I had never done before.  Definitely a great and quick way to stamp if you want to have a lot of colors blended together on one stamp.  One thing I did find out is only two people should probably use one baby wipe to do their stamping.  After too many people use it the colors are WELL blended! lol  I used the 2012-2013 in colors, but a few of the ladies cards did not look like they used the same colors by the time they were done.  Actually their cards looked very nice, but instead of the bright colors they had fall colors.  This card was inspired by Belinda N.'s card that I saw on Stampin' Connection.  I wish you could see her card because it is so lovely!  If I find out she has a blog I'll add the link to it.  She made a square easel card and did a lot of distressing on it...which I love!  I did not want to stress out my SAS ladies though by adding distressing since they were already learning a new technique and making an easel card. ;)

Thanks for looking and have a great day!

Stamp Sets:  French Foliage & Perfectly Penned
Card Stock:  Early Espresso & Very Vanilla
Classic Stampin' Pads:  Early Espresso & Crumb Cake
Reinkers:  Raspberry Ripple, Primrose Petals, 
Gumball Green, Summer Starfruit & Early Espresso
Punch:  3/4" Circle
Ribbon:  3/8" Seam Binding in Crumb Cake
Wet Wipes, Sponges


  1. Beautiful Sara!
    Does it shimmer?

  2. Another fabulous card, Sara! I love the blended color on the leaves! I haven't done wipes stamping in ages... Need to do that again!


Thank you for your comments. I read everyone! If you ever wonder how I've made something I'd be glad to let you know! Sara

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