Monday, August 15

Everything Papercraft - Kiss Stamping

Kiss stamping is a fun and easy technique that involves loading a stamp with ink then pressing it against another stamp to transfer the image or pattern before stamping onto cardstock. It generally works best when one of the stamps is solid, and the other has a pattern.

For these examples, I actually inked both stamps, “kissed” them together and took impressions from each. You can see the eucalyptus image was added to the mosaic background stamp, and the mosaic pattern was added to the eucalyptus leaves. It’s a fun way to extend your stamps and also add some additional colour and texture to your images.


terrie said...

Such a great technique and the turn out is awesome.....TFS

Teresa said...

Looks neat!