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What would you say...

>> Saturday, December 5, 2009

by Sue

What would you say...if I told you to "kiss off"? Are you old enough to remember it as an insult? Or is it really a stamping term??? I heard it once, along with "kiss on" which is what I think I did this week.






To create my background I used our Silhouette Holly stamp (F002) and our Original Plaid stamp (P641).
I inked the holly stamp using Vivid spring green and the plaid stamp using Vivid black (both dye inks). Next I stamped the holly on top of the plaid stamp twice, adding a crisscross of black lines. Then I stamped my white card stock. I had previously cut apart my holly stamp, so I stamped the berries using Vivid hot red ink.
I cleaned my stamp and did it again, and again, and again till I filled my card.










Next I stamped our Large Snowman (L001) using black ink and colored his hat, nose and scarf using my bic mark-it's and used some blue eye shadow for his face (I really should invest in chalks!).

The only thing left was to stamp our Vertical Merry Christmas (D675) using Colorbox white ink and emboss it using bright red embossing powder, and tape it all together.






Thanks for stopping by!







8 comments:

Jennifer E. said...

Now that's what I call a neat technique! Awesome card Sue!

Debbie Seyer said...

Cute!! Your funny!! Great job.

Cathy Indelicato said...

Great job!!! Make sure that blue eye shadow stays in your craft room!! lol

Miss Boo (a.k.a. jen70) said...

Super cute! Love your BG!

Jessica G. said...

I definitely remember the phrase, but in this context it has wonderful results! The holly leaves look awesome in plaid!!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

This is terrific, Sue! Love your plaid holly bg. Great colors and embossing.

Marisa said...

Love the kissing technique you used on the stamp. Lovely.

Tammy Hershberger said...

Those holly leaves turned out fabulously, Sue! I LOVE how that looks with the plaid!

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