Card Making: How to use a baby wipe as an ink pad!

Yes, you read the title correct…we are going to be card making using a baby wipe as an ink pad!!!  I have an easy technique to share with you that uses your stamp pad re-inkers along with baby wipes.  This technique has been around a long time; I think I remember doing this about 20 years ago!!!!  But it’s always fun to bring it back out as I know a lot of people have not tried it.  And it’s perfect for making fall colored cards!



Baby Wipe as an Ink Pad?! Who knew?? So easy, so fun, and gives your cards a beautiful look!


We are using a new stamp set from the Holiday Catalog called BEAUTY & JOY.  I think it’s a little hidden gem that I missed the first few times I looked at the catalog.

First I made some pretty quick and easy cards using note cards and a little bit of designer series paper.  And then, I played around some more and stepped it up bringing in the stitched rectangle dies (my fav!) and some layers and a little more “stuff.”



Baby Wipe as an Ink Pad : Card Making Technique Fun

Here is the video that will teach you how to use a baby wipe as an ink pad in your stamping to get a wonderful “rainbow” look.  It’s just perfect for fall leaves! You’ll fall in love with this card making technique!


The ideas are endless with this card making technique, but I always seem to pull it out in the fall.

What do you think? Are you ready to try a baby wipe as an ink pad? Let me know.

Now, let’s take a look at the cards:


The above were made using the Note Cards & Envelopes that I often use since they are quick and easy.  I added a little coordinating color strip of Designer Series Paper from the 6 X 6 color collections, and BAM–DONE!


Stepped Up Versions

And then, I stepped each of them by using a few more supplies and adding a few more layers.  These were NOT HARD, they just took a little more time.


Baby wipe as an ink pad gave me this gorgeous Fall card!

Card Recipe:

  • Soft Suede:  8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″
  • Cajun Craze Frame — cut with stitched rectangle dies:  outside approximately 3 3/4″ x 5 1/8″, inside opening approximately 3″ x 4 3/8
  • Crushed Curry Gingham DSP:  3 1/2″ x 4 3/4″ (just needs to layer under the frame
  • Whisper White — cut with stitched rectangle die:  2 1/8″ x 3 1/3″
  • Inside:  Whisper White:  4 ” x 5 1/4″

Make sure to scroll to the very bottom of the post for a complete list of all the supplies I used.


Card Recipe:

  • Garden Green:  8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″
  • Real Red DSP:  2: x 5 1/2″
  • Whisper White — cut with stitched rectangle dies



Card Recipe:

  • Whisper White THICK:  11″ x 4 1/4″
  • Gray Granite DSP:  4″ x 5 1/4″
  • Whisper White — cut with stitched rectangle dies


Remember Baby Wipe as an Ink Pad! Pin it!! 

Make sure to PIN to your PINTEREST so that you can always go back and find them when you are ready to try this technique or these cards.  Just hover over the below images to get the Pinterest Symbol and you can PIN directly to your board (or any other image in this post)




What do you think?

What do you think of this stamp set?  You could add any greeting to these images and make cards for any occasion or any season.  I love that is DISTINKTIVE, giving it so much texture and depth.  If you have any questions make sure to leave me a comment.

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Supplies Used on Today’s Cards

Here are the main supplies I used today.  If you’d like to order anything, just click any picture to go directly to my online store and place your order.



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