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Paint your Own Sunset With Baby Wipes

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Create a beautiful sunset with Baby wipes.  That's right with baby wipes, ink refills and glossy white card stock you can create a sunset or sunrise.  This evening's walk inspired me to try to duplicate the setting sun.  The sky was painted with a muted blue, blushing pink and a bit of purple.  It looked like God had been finger painting.

Lovely As A TreeBaby Wipe Technique:

  1. Start with Glossy White Card Stock.  It's as smooth as a baby's bottom.
  2. Stamp your focal point using Stazon ink.  Stazon ink is made for stamping on non-porous surfaces and glossy white card stock is not porous.
  3. Next, apply drops of ink going up one side of a baby wipe that has been folded to approximately the same height as your card stock.  Tonight's sky was painted with Blushing Bride, Perfect Plum, Baja Breeze and Sahara Sand.  Experiment and choose the color that are right for your sky.
  4. Rub the inked baby wipe across your Glossy white card stock to paint your sky.  It may take a couple of swipes.  Allow to dry thoroughly.

Ask me how-Is there a technique that you would like to see featured?  Just ask me how in the comments of this post.

Have a fabulous weekend,

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Lovely As A Tree
Sunset Supplies:

Stamps: Lovely As A Tree, Teeny Tiny wishes

Card Stock: Baja Breeze, Sahara sand, Glossy White, Crumb Cake Medium Envelopes

Ink: Jet Black Stazon

Ink Refills: Baja Breeze, Blushing Bride, Perfect Plum, Sahara Sand

Tools & Accessories: Big Shot, Silicone Rubber 114615, Impressions Pad 114614, Textured Plates Kit # 4 114531, Top Note die, Word Window Punch, Modern Label Punch, Basic Black Striped Ribbon, Baby wipes

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Sue NeSmith

Robin the sunset card was beautiful, I felt as if I was walking along a back road and
thinking what a mighty God we have to show me his works. You amaze me with your work. God Bless you and keep it up!

Robin Feicht

Thanks, Sue. Last nights Sunset was amazing.
Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry

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