BSU Challenge 110817 Kissing Technique

Hi Stampers, welcome to my Creative & Chaotic craft room! Today’s project features the Kissing Technique for a Broke Stampers Unite Challenge.

For those of you who don’t know, the Kissing Technique is when you take a large background stamp, ink it up and use it for an ink pad.  Next you place a smaller, solid imaged stamp on the “ink pad” causing the two stamps to “kiss”.  The ink and image from the larger stamp is transferred to the  smaller solid stamp.  Is that clear as mud??

When we discussed the technique, I said sure no problem.  Houston, we have a problem.  I used to own mostly solid images (most have retired) and I decided I needed more images to color  (my current sets).  My dilemma, to find a current solid stamp and a larger patterned stamp.  My only background stamp was the wood grain.  Ummm that won’t work.  I did have the background stamp to You’ve Got This.  I can make it work.

I also used the stitched framelits to cut out my flower from Flourishing Phrases and a few more circles. the Designer Series Paper is retired but it went with my colors.  Most importantly, I completed a challenge and I am not behind 🙂

Let’s see what Carol and Terri have come up with this week.

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