Sunday, February 5, 2012

Stampin' With Sami #6 - Stamp Kissing

Hi everyone! Welcome to the sixth "Stamping With Sami" Challenge!

All the projects last week were awesome! Great rocking and rolling everyone!  We didn't have 5 participants so we can't give out a prize, but we're going to still give out a Guest Designer spot to one lucky participant.

This week's winner is

Marla, congrats!! Please e-mail me so I can get you set up with your guest design spot.

SWS #5: Stamp Kissing Technique
Have fun "kissing" your SP Stamps together to create a unique look!
Here is a quick video if you are unfamiliar with the Stamp Kissing technique:

The Prize 
We must have 5 participants in order for us to give away a prize. If less than 5 participants play along, we will send our prize back to prize-land and a new prize will appear the following week.  This week, we are giving away a new Little Floral Background, PLUS the participant will also be invited to take a guest designer spot here on the SP Stamps Blog! (if you already own this set like many of you do, your can pick any other stamp set)

Add a direct link to your finished SP project below. Entries are due at NOON EST on Saturday, February 11th. A winner will be chosen at random and announced along with our next challenge next Sunday.

Here are some inspiration samples by the lovely SP team, that will help get your mojo flowing.

For her stamp kissing, Lori used the Flourishee stamp set mixed with the Big Bold Background stamp. She "kissed" the background to the Flourishee stamp to create this beautiful patterned flourish. She also used a sentiment from the Just a Note stamp set.

Patchi's stamp kissing involved the Hearty Hearts Backgrounds stamp set and a single heart from the Round Sentiments I stamp set. She "kissed" the single heart onto the background hearts to create this cool effect.

Britt did her stamp kissing with the Little Floral Background stamp and a solid circle stamp. She also created additional polka dots using the Hug a Bug stamp set. She even stamped on her ribbon with some of the Mix n Match stamps (The "Wonderful" is form the Family set and the "Beautiful" is from the Occasions set).

Tella used the Hearty Hearts Backgrounds stamp set plus the Scripty Script stamp set to create these scripty hearts. Her sentiment is from the Gracias Mix Mis Creaciones stamp set.

Susan used the Flourishee stamp set along with the Little Floral Background stamp to create her floral looking flourish.

I showed you my stamp kissing in the video above, using the Bold Houndstooth Background and the One Two Three stamp set + coordinating SVG file.  This sentiment is from the Ultimate Sentiments I stamp set.
Add a direct link to your project below:


  1. I am LOVING these challenges and tutorials! Beautiful projects, as always!