Stampin Up Boughs & Blossoms – Multi-Colored Stamping With A Baby Wipe

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Hi friends, and welcome! Today I want to share a technique that I’ve shared in the past. It’s a classic that always produces beautiful results on projects. It’s the good ole’ baby wipe technique where you use ink drops on a baby wipe as your ink pad. Why is it so amazing? Because you can stamp multiple colors using just one stamp. One of my cards uses the Stampin Up Boughs & Blossoms stamp set that will be released in just a few days with the new Stampin Up January-June Mini Catalog AND Sale-a-bration! Fun, fun! Let’s take a look at these cards…

Try this multi-colored stamping technique with the Stampin Up Boughs & Blossoms stamp set or another in your collection for beautiful, unique results!

Stampin Up Boughs & Blossoms Technique Video

Watch along with this video and I’ll share exactly how to do this technique.

Stampin Up Boughs & Blossoms Stamp Set

Here you can see the stamp set I used for today’s floral card. This is a new release that just came out last week with our new January-June Mini Catalog! It’s so simple, but so beautiful.

Try this multi-colored stamping technique with the Stampin Up Boughs & Blossoms stamp set or another in your collection for beautiful, unique results!
Try this multi-colored stamping technique with the Stampin Up Boughs & Blossoms stamp set or another in your collection for beautiful, unique results!

For more info about the Merriest Frames set which I used for the poinsettia Christmas card, use this link.

The Baby Wipe Ink Pad

To create your multicolored ink pad, you’ll need to drop ink droplets onto a baby wipe. I like to lay a baby wipe, folded in half, inside one of our empty stamp cases (which can be ordered in packs of 4) and then begin adding ink. You can see my ‘ink pad’ below.

Try this multi-colored stamping technique with the Stampin Up Boughs & Blossoms stamp set or another in your collection for beautiful, unique results!

Are you wondering what colors I used on these cards? The Stampin Up Boughs & Blossoms card shown above uses Magenta Madness, Pale Papaya, Calypso Coral, Pumpkin Pie, Granny Apple Green, Old Olive, and Just Jade.

Try this multi-colored stamping technique with the Stampin Up Boughs & Blossoms stamp set or another in your collection for beautiful, unique results!

The poinsettia card uses Poppy Parade, Melon Mambo, Merry Merlot, Real Red, Soft Succulent, Evening Evergreen, Pear Pizzazz, and Garden Green.

Try this multi-colored stamping technique with the Stampin Up Boughs & Blossoms stamp set or another in your collection for beautiful, unique results!

Past Baby Wipe Technique Cards

Here are a few cards I’ve made in the past with this same technique.

Learn to use this baby wipe technique to make your own multicolored ink pad. A neat way to stamp multicolored images on your card projects!
Quick and easy Christmas card idea made with the Stampin' Up! Night in Bethlehem stamp set and baby wipe technique
Frosted Medallions Turkey Card using the baby wipe ink pad technique and the owl builder punch!
Baby Wipe Ink Pad Stamping Technique

The ways in which you can use this multi-color stamping technique are endless!

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Try this multi-colored stamping technique with the Stampin Up Boughs & Blossoms stamp set or another in your collection for beautiful, unique results!

Thanks so much for visiting to see the Stampin Up Boughs & Blossoms stamp set and this amazing baby wipe technique!

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One Reply to “Stampin Up Boughs & Blossoms – Multi-Colored Stamping With A Baby Wipe”

  1. Christina

    Simply lovely! I tried this technique once and didn’t achieve success. Your tutorial helped me to recognize where I erred. I am excited to give this a whirl again. Thank you so much for all that you do to help those of us growing in the art of handmade cards!

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