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Ink it Stamp it | Kissing Technique

How quickly time flies, can you believe it is Ink it! Stamp it! Technique time again?  This month each of the team is sharing a technique with you, I must admit, I love trying new techniques, they can be invaluable to your crafting, and are a great way to stretch your creativity too.

I've decided to share the Kissing Technique with you today, it's a super simple technique that works especially well with a stamp with a large solid area. 

In short, you ink up one stamp, then press it onto a second stamp, resulting in a stamped image featuring the pattern of your first stamp. Here's a step by step picture tutorial to guide you through the process:


Step 1 
Ink your "solid image", in this example I'm using the Thank You sentiment from Accented Blooms


Step 2
Press the  "solid image" onto your patterned image, I'm using the Hardwood background stamp


You can see below how the ink from the "solid image" has transferred off and onto the Hardwood stamp.


Step 3
Stamp you "solid image" onto your card stock


There you have it, you've Kissed!

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Here's an example of a finished project using this technique - a great way to change up and add a different look to "solid imaged" stamps


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Comments

  1. Very pretty! Love that technique, beautiful woodgrain texture on your background and sentiment! :)

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  2. I love a good kiss........ing Technique! Fab job Sue x

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  3. very cool way to get texture on your stamp, love it.

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  4. Great technique Sue, the wood-grain looks fabulous x

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  5. Fun technique. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. I had totally forgotten about this technique, thanks for sharing Sue :) So simple with amazing results.

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  7. Love this technique and it's been a while since I've done it in card class. May have to revisit this for fun!

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