The MISTI Stamping Tool is perfect for making KISS Cards!! (Keep It Simple Stamper!).
I was thinking about how my KISS Cards series started while driving carpool the other day (I have lots of time to think on my way back and forth from the pool and the dance studio!).
September 4, 2012 was my first “Mass Producing Cards” video tutorial. It was quite a popular video and I continued the idea throughout the holiday season.
The first time I called them KISS Cards was just about a month later here. When I made KISS Cards, I kept them all the same and focused on my tips for mass producing cards.
Then, I started making four cards and changing a few of them up a bit to show different design ideas. Lately, I’ve been taking the KISS Card ideas and stepping them up on a follow-up video, either for my blog or StampNation.
I hope this type of card is helpful to all of you (many of you seem to love them!), because I sure like making them!
This video will show you how the
MISTI Stamping Tool is perfect for Ink Layering AND KISS Cards!
I’ll also share my true thoughts on the MISTI and show you what I meant in my last video by a “hand held stampin’ scrub”.
- ink layering for a 3-toned look – the colored ink and the white ink layer in the middle for a third color!
- how to cover an accidental wavy cut line – how did that happen anyways!!??
- making enamel-looking accents – these look like they came from the store- great way to stretch your dies!
Here’s a peek at the StampNation projects that were a spin off from today’s KISS Cards. Two cards at once! Can’t beat it!
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