Jul 06 2013

Everything Eleanor Kissing Technique

Everything Eleanor Kissing Technique

Did you know that today is International Kissing Day? Although today is a day to celebrate romantic kisses, my thoughts also turned to the kissing technique for rubber stamping.

By the way, the world record for longest kiss is 58 hours but I guarantee you making this card took nowhere near that long.

 

For this card, I used the Everything Eleanor stamp set (wood 131987, clear 124164) in colors of Coastal Cabana, Smoky Slate, Basic Gray and Whisper White. This card definitely comes close to being "too much" but hopefully doesn’t cross the line.

I embellished the card with lots of accessories including Eastern Elegance paper, a flower made with the Buttons & Blossoms clay molds and Simply Pressed clay, Boutique Details and Ruffle Stretch Trim. I think I used every product I own in Coastal Cabana

Celebrate International Kissing Day by kissing the one you love. And then create a card using the Kissing Technique!

 

 

Everything Eleanor Kissing Technique Closeup

A closer view of the image stamped with the kissing technique.

 

 

Free Shipping for my Birthday!

I’m 47 so for my birthday week, you will receive free shipping on all orders of $47 or more placed with me by July 7th, 2013.

To order:

 
•    e-mail me at darlene@dreamingaboutrubberstamps.com
•    Call me at 780.472.8200 or toll free at 1.866.472.8207
•    Fax me at 780.406.6407

 

Stampin Uo 2013-2014 catalog online

 Click on the cover to view the 2013-14 Catalogue

 

 

Kissing Technique Inks

Ink up the bold stamp in the lighter color of ink and the second image in the darker ink color.

 

Kiss staps together

After inking up the stamps, "kiss" them together and then stamp onto cardstock as usual.

 

2 comments so far

2 Responses to “Everything Eleanor Kissing Technique”

  1. Dorison 06 Jul 2013 at 9:10 pm

    Love how the kissing technique turned out. Your embellishments are just right, especially that luscious ruffled trim. Very creative way to mat the focal image. Just a lovely, lovely card.

  2. Yoneon 31 May 2015 at 12:20 pm

    Lovely Idea !
    I will use it in my future projects !
    Hugs, Yone

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