Sunday, 6 July 2014

Do you know stamp kissing ?

Hello happy crafters !
This is Titbelsoeur today showing you the very last technique I found out on the internet : stamp kissing !
What is this about ? very simple : you have some plain stamps, like the Artistic Stamper's butterflies :

 and textured ones... you ink each of them with different colors, and make them have a kiss.... 

 so that your butterflies have clock wings if they have a kiss with 







 Fantasy ones if they are in love with




or steampunk wings if they kiss cogs :





Isn't it a funny technique ? and the results are really stunning, aren't they ?

I did make some, just to have a try, then cut them out and sticked them on to a card I had made the background with the fabulous Europe map and the Journey sentiment.


On the other side, you make nice stampings with the structured one :



Cogs background
Time and keys
Fantasy background
Flutterby
Europe Map background
A journey
Distress inks
Versafine inks

Thank you so much for stopping by, 
I hope you like this technique,and will quickly have a try :-)
I am looking forward to reading your comments !
A tout bientôt !

9 comments:

massofhair said...

Love doing this technique, didn't know it was called kiss stamping! Fabulous card, great tip, great pictures:-) xxx

ike said...

Marvelous !! These are fantastic. Thank you for showing us :-D
Hugz
IKE xx

Astrid Maclean said...

It's a great technique Tit and you have shown it so well here! Fantastic pieces!

Ingrid Kristina V said...

Hi! I totally forgot about this amazing technique, thank you for the inspiration! I love your butterflies! Ingrid xx

Creative Daisy Crafts said...

Beautiful-love butterflies thanks for sharing

isisimaginings.com said...

One of those techniques I keep forgetting about, thanks for reminding me & the card is lovely.

Artyjen said...

Think I need to go back to kissing ASAP! LOL
xoxo Sioux

butterfly said...

They look fabulous, Tit - a lovely way to bring extra detail and life to those lovely butterflies!
Alison x

craftytrog said...

What a great technique to use with those butterflies! They look wonderful Tit! xxx