Thursday, June 25, 2015

VIDEO Tutorial: Kissing Technique + Starburst Punch Trick

I really love this card! I've been using it all month as a make and take at my events. It's clean and simple and super easy, but incorporates two fun techniques that you can use on other projects.
Stampin' Up! I Think You're Great VIDEO Tutorial for Kissing technique & Starburst Punch Tip #stampinup
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I love the effect of "kissing" the stamps together. First, ink the bold stamp in a light color (I used Bermuda Bay ink). Ink the background stamp in a dark color (I used Island Indigo ink). Then, "kiss" them together. Stamp the bold image on the cardstock and viola!
Stampin' Up! I Think You're Great VIDEO Tutorial for Kissing technique & Starburst Punch Tip #stampinup
Did you notice the starburst shape? I used the 2-3/8" Scallop Circle Punch to create it! Here's how:
  1. Punch a Scallop Circle.
  2. Use removable adhesive or just a small bit of adhesive to adhere the scallop circle punch to a piece of scrap paper. (Or use a sticky note!)
  3. Line up the scallops so the point falls in the middle of each scallop.
  4. Punch again and remove from scrap paper.
How to create starburst using a Scallop Circle Punch #stampinup
 Check out this video tutorial to see these two techniques in action:
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sandy's crafty bits said...

hi ... not sure if my post went through ... I have just found your lovely technique and hope to try it over the weekend ... I have posted the link on a forum I visit here is the link if you would like to have a look

happy crafting and love sandy xx

MarvA1ix said...

I love our little starburst technique. Very cute. Will have to try it. Love the kissed effect too.

Elisha said...

Wow! You are so good at packing a lot of info into a clear and concise (aka short) video! Thank you so much for the inspiration - this is adorable! Well done!

Luci said...

So cute! Loving your beautiful blog and the wonderful videos! Thank you so much for sharing!!