The September Progressive Challenge
is ready over at Deedee's Digis. I just love this little elephant called "Leaf your cares behind". He comes with tons of extras. Do take a peek. I could hardly wait to color him. I found a great tutorial in Issue 139 of Simply Cards & Papercrafts for making tie dye baby wipes. You used them to transfer the design to paper, but I just loved the brightness of the original baby wipe so I glued that to the front of my card. I also found a wonderful tutorial for this card fold by France Martin
that she calls a flip card.
|Copic Colors Used|
I used the remainder of the baby wipe to die cut the leaves for the inside.
|Baby Wipes and Prints|
|View from Top|
Thanks for stopping by. I love reading your comments!
This is beyond cool, gorgeous and spectacular! Wow, wow, wow, that's all I can say! I love that baby wipe and how it turned out!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Janet. I love this image and I really enjoyed the tie dying part.Delete
Fantastic card! I love that background - looks just like Fall in those beautiful colors. I've never heard of that technique before. Love your cute and pretty card. So glad you joined us at Deedee's Digi's this month.ReplyDelete
Thank you so very much, Lynn. It's a fun technique, maybe a bit messy LOL!Delete
Oh what a neat technique. Like the fold on the card too! Thanks for playing in the Digi of the Month at Deedee's Digis!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Kathy. I appreciate that you took the time to stop by and say hello! I so enjoy doing the Digi of the Month :)Delete
What a cool card! I'm so glad you joined us in the challenge at DeeDee'sReplyDelete
Thank you, Marji. I think, of all the cards I have made, that this one is my favorite!Delete
Such a beautiful card, between that fun technique, the unique fold, and your own lovely coloring on the image. I have never tried the Baby Wipe Technique, but it does make a stunning background. I might have to give this one a go! Thanks so much for joining us at Deedee's Digis! :-)ReplyDelete
I love that you take the time to pop over and make comments, Deedee. Do play with that technique. It is messy though; do wear gloves LOL!Delete