New baby card by Rachel Vass using Winnie and Walter stamps

Ink smooshing baby card with Winnie and Walter

Winnie and Walter

Hey my lovely peeps!

Would you like a sneak peek of today’s colourful baby card?

New baby card by Rachel Vass using Winnie and Walter stamps

Isn’t it bright and fun? I had such a great time with this background.  I tried a new technique (to me) and am surprised it kind of (?) worked.  I downloaded a digital file from Winnie and Walter called Mini Scenery:multi-faceted elements and cut it out of acetate with my silhouette cameo so that I had a stencil.  I then ink smooshed distress inks – mustard seed, wild honey and cracked pistachio – over the stencil.  I didn’t add too much water and I think that helped it not bleed to much.  Can you see the geometric shapes? Here is the template stencil I used: 

I think I’ve talked enough, so here is the full card.
New baby card by Rachel Vass using Winnie and Walter stamps

I stamped my sentiment using my mini Misti on to the watercoloured base once it was dry to ensure a crisp bold sentiment.  I just love that I hardly ever waste cards due to wonky or badly stamped sentiments anymore! I also watercoloured the cute critters (who says a bunny can’t be blue/green?), fussy cut them and assembled all the elements on a bright yellow card base.  The critters, hearts and sentiments are from the Winnie and Walter Welcome to the Family set.

New baby card by Rachel Vass using Winnie and Walter stamps

I’m entering this card into the following challenges:

Winnie and Walter Bright Colours Challenge with Lydia
Winnie and Walter Stencil Challenge with Kelly
Winnie and Walter Ink Smooshing Challenge with Heather H
Winnie and Walter Cute Critter Challenge with Gayatri
Winnie and Walter Three Challenge with Shay – I used three ink colours for smooshing, three techniques (stencil, smooshing and watercolouring) and added three stamped heart embellishments.

2 thoughts on “Ink smooshing baby card with Winnie and Walter

  1. Love, love, love! I almost feel like I should be looking for hidden shapes in your stencil-smooshed background. What a great effect! Thanks for experimenting and sharing the results with us! And thanks again for joining the w&w stencil challenge

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