CAS Mix Up May Challenge - happy birthday

Hi everyone,

It's half way through the Bonnie's Baby Wipe challenge at CAS Mix Up and time for some more inspiration.

I used the technique Kia demonstrated in her video, and made this card:

Using Baby Wipe, Die-cutting, Heat-embossing, and Stamping

[How I made the card] 
1. Smooshed a few Distress Oxide inks on a piece of photo paper. One color at a time and dry it well before smooshing the next color.
2. Dried the photo paper completely and wiped it over with baby wipe. Voila - vibrant colors appeared.
3. Die-cut the frame and gold heat-embossed the sentiment.
4. Glued the photo paper on to the card base and popped up the die-cut panel with foam tape.

I had so much fun wiping off the fog from the photo paper. It's like a magic trick.

You have until May 24th to link up your card here. Hope you join the fun challenge!

Stamp: Dotted Blooms (Aletenew)
Paper: Photo Paper (Cannon), Whisper White (Stampin' Up!)
Ink: Distress Oxide Ink (Broken China, Mowed Lawn, Pine Needles, Forest Moss - Ranger), VersaMark (Tsukineko)
Accessories: Dies (Timberland Collage - Memory Box), Embossing Powder (Gold - Hero Arts), Foam Tape (3M)


CAS Mix Up May Challenge - happy birthday

It's the 1st and time for another fun challenge!
The CAS Mix Up May Challenge is Baby Wipe hosted by our very talented Designer, Bonnie. Our wonderful Guest Designer for this month is Berry (Berry's Bramble).
There are very useful tutorial video links provided on the challenge site, so please check out to see what you can do with baby wipes for your cards!

Here's what I made using my baby wipe stamp pad.

Using Baby Wipe Technique, Heat-embossing, and Stamping

[How I made the card]
1. Dropped 4 colors of inks on folded baby wipes and made a stamp pad.
2. Stamped the leaf image on a piece of white card panel.
3. Gold heat-embossed the sentiment.
4. Added the sequins to the front panel.
5. Trimmed both sides of the panel so that the panel would be slightly smaller than the card base. (*1)
6. Layered the panel over a piece of white cardstock in the same size to add a slight dimension. (*2)
7. Adhered the front panel to the card base.

*1: I thought I needed a very simple frame and this would be one of the simplest frames.
*2: Foam tape or craft foam was a little bit too thick for the design, and layering another piece of card stock was just enough to show the levels.

I like how the ink blended. The baby wipe ink pad was juicy enough to stamp a few more times, so I did it for future cards. 👍

I hope you enjoy using this technique and would love to see your creations in the gallery!
The challenge is open until May 24th.

Stamp: Leaf Canopy, Birthday Builder (Altenew)
Paper: Whisper White (Stampin' Up!)

Ink: Bermuda Bay, Pool Party, Wild Wasabi, Pistachio Pudding (Stampin' Up!), VersaMark (Tsukineko)
Die-namics Elegant Rectangle STAX (My Favorite Things) , Embossing Powder (Metallic Gold Rich Pale - Wow!), Sequins (Sparking Clear 3 mm, Lime Sorbet 3 mm - Pretty Pink Posh), Baby Wipes