Hi lovely crafty friends, remember that pile of wet wipes I produced last week? I was thinking wouldn’t it be great if I could use the dry, soft and fluffy ones again?
So that’s exactly what I did and I had a lot of fun doing so, let me show you!
(All supplies are linked to different stores at the end of this post in the thumbnails. The different stores are also linked behind the product name. Among them are affiliate links that may be used at no cost to you.)
It was quite a pile of wet wipes I made last week, with the easy and fun wet wipe painting technique.
Once the wipes had dried a lot of them were super soft and fluffy, so I thought of another way to use them. Be sure to watch the video for all the best tips.
If you haven’t seen the video where I make the pile of wet wipes yet, make sure to check it out
I was so much fun playing around with the wipes and along with that I also used some other “tools” to create these backgrounds you can find for free.
I love re-using or using free finds in my crafts. Actually, I made a complete class all about that with “Stamping without Stamps”, you can click here to find out more.
Or sign up below for the free mini-class to learn how to make your own stamps, which is part of “Stamping without Stamps”.
Besides the wipes, I used alcohol ink which is always a great product to create some gorgeous, colourful and textured backgrounds.
Next to the gorgeous rainbow cards I created some simple ones too and I used Yupo paper, but you can even use vellum to work on. Because vellum and alcohol ink is a great combination too!
In case you missed the post about the vellum combined with alcohol ink, make sure to check it out!
Once you get started you’ll see you have a pile of pretty backgrounds re-using those used wet wipes. Making it a total win-win in my book. Have lots of fun putting those used wipes to use!
Thanks for stopping by and make sure to keep on crafting!