For this weeks tutorial Tuesday, we have the kissing technique. This is used in stamping, to transfer ink from one stamp to another. You ink up a bold image and press it onto a clean patterned stamp... that's the kissing bit !! the ink transfers onto the clean stamp and leaves the original bold image with a patterned design. Both the bold stamp or the patterned one can then be stamped onto card. the remaining ink on each stamp prints to reveal variations of the shape of the bold image with the pattern of the second stamp, as you can see in the picture below.
Since it's quite a hard one to explain, I thought I would make a video so you can see how to do it. So if you're still not sure watch the video below too. Any questions just ask and ill do my best to help !!
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