Today I'm here to remind you of our current challenge at TIME OUT:
Flowers with the Optional Twist of Kissing
Are you familiar with the kissing technique? In this technique you use a solid stamp + a detailed stamp for forming one image -you transfer the detail to the solid stamp by "kissing" the inked solid stamp with the inked detailed stamp before stamping your design on the paper. In my card I've used solid flower and leaves stamps from PTI and altered them with kissing them onto a Kaisergraft grungy grid- style stamp before stamping on paper. I absolutely love how different these flowers look after the kissing! You can barely believe it's the same, clean-lined, solid PTI stamp!
My card is a simple one layer. I've masked a curve and inked it lightly with grey ink before stamping the images. The sentiment comes from Happy Little Stampers, who are sponsoring our challenge with a 15£ voucher to their store, randomly drawn for one "twister". Go ahead and do some kissing then, right! :)
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I'd like to enter CASology: Flow
The wavy curve adds flow... And so does the stamped, continuous, pattern!
I'm also entering the Paper Players: Tic Tac Toe, my 2nd entry
(pink, flowers, leaves)
Addicted to CAS: Grunge
(I've grunged up my flowers with the grungy grid-stamp!)
City Crafter Challenge : You Can Do It (Make your own bg)
Simon Says Wednesday Challenge: A hint of Pink