Kiss The Card Challenge & Twist

Yep you have to kiss the card!  No not really…..  This week’s challenge from Our Creative Corner comes from Lisa Minckler from You Made Me Ink, she wants us to use the kissing technique (stamp to stamp) somewhere on a card or project.
And the twist is to use the letters X and O somewhere on your project.
My X and O are a little hard to see in this photo, but they are on the red heart that is on the tag that is hanging down.

For the blue background, I have put ink directly onto a clear block, then I have used the Music Notes wheel with Raspberry Ripple ink over the top, and stamped it straight onto Whisper White card stock.  Be careful if you are using this technique that you stamp straight up and straight down, it is very easy for it to slide around and smudge everything (speaking from experience!!).  Those pretty flowers from Field Flowers stamp set have been inked in Pretty in Pink and then stamped again using the word stamp from French Foliage in Raspberry Ripple stamp to stamp.  Add some twine and one of the new Bushed Bronze Designer Buttons and of course some of my favourite…. faux stitching! 🙂
Check out what the rest of the Design Team have done for this challenge, and make sure you join us with your own creation this week – we love to see what you have come up with.
Happy Stamping!

4 thoughts on “Kiss The Card Challenge & Twist

  1. That’s faux stitching??? I honestly thought that was real…it looks AMAZING Christina 🙂 Your kissing technique was a great read. I love that you stamped onto the block..that’s terrific. Your card is just beautiful and the detail on the flowers, the music notes in the background and your X and O on the heart are wonderful. I’ve had the best time admiring your card!
    hugs to you,
    Lisa xx


  2. Christina, what a beautiful card. I love how you used the block to do your stamping. Pretty clever! and your color choices are just beautiful together! The faux stitching really does add a little pizzazz to your already beautiful card! thank you for sharing with us!
    hugs, sharon w.


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