Monday, April 30, 2012

How About I Show You My Kissing Technique?

Today I want to share two of the new releases at Rubbernecker Stamps with you and also take you back to a technique from "long ago." It's called the Kissing Technique! No lip locks here, just a fun, easy technique that anyone can do.

You can use any inks for this technique: dye, chalk, pigment, distress, shadow. You will need two ink colors.

One way to do it:
1. Ink up your solid image stamp with your lighter color.
2. Ink up your second image with a darker ink.
3. "Kiss" the two surfaces together.
4. Stamp the solid image stamp on paper.

The way I did it in my sample (more subtle) - one inked (solid) and one uninked (detail) image:
1. Ink up your solid image stamp.
2. Without inking your detailed image, stamp this stamp on your inked stamp ("Kissing")
3. Stamp the solid image on paper. Some of the area that previously was inked will have the ink removed with the uninked image.


I used two images from Rubbernecker Stamps for my technique, and did one inked stamp (Believe Collage) and one uninked stamp (Paint Splattered Screen). The result is a more subtle look than if both stamps were inked. If you look closely you can see the screen design in the letters and flowers.

This is a technique from "long ago," but I had never tried it! Super easy and a very cool look.  There is a whole gallery on Splitcoast to see other kissing ideas too. Click here.

I want to say a very HAPPY BIRTHDAY to my lovely mom today!
She loves to stamp too!


Thanks for stopping by today!
Other challenges for this card:
Bunny Zoe's Crafts - Ribbon or Twine
Creative Mondays - Anything Goes
Hooked on Crafts - Flowers
Love to Create - Flowers and Buttons
Paper Playtime - Anything Goes
Stamp and Create - Spring
Tammy Scrapin Corner - Anything Goes
Victorine Originals - Flowers 
Whoopsi Daisy  - Flowers 
Lollipop Crafts - Anything Goes
   
Stamps: Paint Splattered Screen SKU:615 & Believe Collage SKU:621-01 by Rubbernecker Stamps
Paper: Poptone Jelly Bean Green and Neenah Solar White
Ink: Jelly Bean Green (Stamp School)
Accessories: Baker's Twine (Hemptique) and Satin Chocolate Ribbon (May Arts), button (Basic Grey), Dots Embossing Folder (Sizzix)

16 comments:

  1. beautiful judy... love the subtle effect of the kissing.

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  2. Really nice Judy. I love the effect. Thanks for joining us at Tammy's Scrapin Corner this week. Good luck in the drawing. Sassy Raggedy

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  3. Great effect Judy, thanks for the reminder of this technique.

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  4. I love those colours together and how the dots in the stamps go so well with that embossing folder. Beautiful card Judy!!!

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  5. This is so beautiful!! I love the stamping technique you used!! The colors are fabulous!! Thanks so much for playing along at Paper Playtime!!

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts
    Paper Playtime DT

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  6. This is So Cute I really Love this.

    Thanks for Entering the Challenge
    At Tammy's Scrapin Corner.
    I hope to see you enter next week!!
    Hugs DT Tammy Ortiz

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  7. What a great card!! I have never tried this stamping technique. I really like the way it looks. Thank you so very much for playing with us at Paper Playtime!!!! :)

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  8. This is such a wonderful card. Thanks for joining us this month at Bunny Zoe Crafts. Hugs Michele x

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  9. Wonderful! Thank you for joining us over at Love to Create Challenges.
    ~ Amanda LTCDT

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  10. Well Joy in A jar Is Adorable.
    I love the colors.

    Thanks for Entering the Challenge
    At Tammy's Scrapin Corner.
    I hope to see you enter next week!!
    Hugs DT Tammy Ortiz

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  11. Love your more subtle technique, Judy, and I am definitely going to try it. Beautiful card!

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  12. Very lovely creation and thanks so much for the tutorial and also for playing along at WHOOPSI DAISY this time! Hugs:)

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  13. Lovely card Judy, you've used that kissing technique just beautifully, I must try that one day!

    Thanks for sharing with us at Hooked on Craft.

    Liz Weber
    Hooked on Craft Design Team

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  14. Beautiful!! I love this technique! Thank you so much for playing with us at Love to Create this week! We hope you come back and play again really soon! Many Blessings, Tina

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  15. Awesome! Thanks for playing with us at Whoopsi Daisy! Best of luck in the draw!
    Hugs
    Karen C (Daisy Diva)
    www.busybusyhoneybee.wordpress.com

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  16. Thanks for playing with us at Whoopsi Daisy! Best of luck in the draw!
    Hugs
    Karen C (Daisy Diva)
    www.busybusyhoneybee.wordpress.com

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