Well it is time for the lovely monthly technique to learn something new!
This Months Technique Challenge across at
Just a reminder that this challenge lasts until 14 February
The monthly challenge at SweetStamps Challenges is focused on techniques and will run from the 15th of the current month to the
14 of the next month.
You have a chance to win a $20 Gift Certificate to spend on lovely nice goodies at the
You get an extra chance to win when you use a SweetStamps image on your creation.
**All of these techniques and more can be found on the TUTORIALS page of our website**
Well here is my take on it!
I made a base card out of Cream Card Stock
I layered with Kraft Paper
I used a corner punch to punch the wedges on the four corners of my DP were I added
my Brown String
How I made my Own Stamps
The dies I used is a couple of SweetCutz Dies,
Owl Friends and Classy Deer
I used Funky Foam to cut the dies out to create my stamp
To make my foam stamp stick I used this spray to adhere my
Stamps to the acrylic blocks
The Kissing Technique
With the stamps I made I used SweetStamps Shades:
Buttercup and Brownie
To do the Kiss Technique I Stamped up my stamp with the
light color first and then with my small accent stamp from SweetStamps.com Decorative Elements in the darker shade
I did this with my Owls and my Deer.
I used the same die's again and cut out my Images after I done the Kissing Technique
I layered Kraft Paper onto Cream Card and then onto
Brown Handmade paper and adhere my Owls and my Deer to it
I cut another set of dies out of Brown Handmade Paper and just shadow my main Kissed images
I used the lovely Die from SweetCutz Elegant Leaves and cut the leaves out of Handmade Brown Paper and Tan Card
I framed the top left of the Owls with the Leave Dies and 3 S Roses and finished off with a Pearl
Added another 3 Pearls above the Deer
I made a bouquet with roses and Satin flowers and added string,
Die cut leaves, Skeleton Leaves and a bow made with Natural Hessian
I had fun with this new Kissing Technique I hope to go and try it!!
Well pop over to SweetStamps.com and come and play with us!
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needed supplies from the SweetStamps Store
it is packed with fantastic products.
Go and have fun and shop till you drop!!
Well I hope you enjoyed this project of mine and hope I could be of some inspiration to you!
Thank you again for taking the time out of your busy lives to visit my blog!
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I am going to enter into the following Challenges:
Dream Valley Challenges - 2W, 3E - (2nd week) Challenge #73 Boys/Men (110) 25/1
Great Impressions - M, 3E, SIO - (January) (3rd Week) Use Something New. (86) 1/2 New Item: Funky Foam and Roses
Scribble and Scrap - 2W, SIO, E3, C15, F (Must be a follower to qualify)Challenge #10 (1st Week) Always Anything Goes. (355) 1/2
To be up dated:
I never would have thought of this take on the kissing technique, clever idea and great card!ReplyDelete
Superb! Loved each and every detail! :)ReplyDelete
Fabulous, Denise! Thanks so much for teaching us the "how to" on making a stamp from a die…too fun!ReplyDelete
Love your scene with all those cool die cuts! :^)ReplyDelete
WOW- awesome scene- and love to see the die cuts from foam! I love the owls and the deer on craft- beautifully done!ReplyDelete
Your card is stunning and the colors work so well together, looks like a fall scene. Awesome tutorial, love how you used the dies to make your stamps for this technique.ReplyDelete
I have desired to write something similar to this on my webpage which has given me an idea. Keep working, good post! This was the info I needed to know.ReplyDelete
wowzers, this card is so detailed and so kewl. I'm totally loving it. What a lot of work you put into it.ReplyDelete
Mary Anne, Great Impressions DT
This is awesome! LOVE the step-by-step, too! Fabulous creation! Thanks for joining us at Great Impressions! Hope you join us again soon! HUGS! Mynn xxReplyDelete
Beautiful card & fabulous tutorial, Denise! So much beautiful detail & I love the gorgeous floral bouquet!ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining us at Scribble & Scrap and Good Luck!
Oh my word, this is amazing! What a clever technique, and how brilliant to make your stamps out of foam! The end result is just fabulous! Thanks for joining in at Dream Valley!ReplyDelete
love Mags B x
This is just fabulous. Love the rustic look and that floral bundle is just gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining us over at the Scribble and Scrap Challenge. Good luck.