Friday, October 21, 2011

Felonious Friday with Outlaw Gal - Resist Kissing

Like my Title "Resist Kissing"? No I don't resist Kissing.. LOL

That's the two techniques I did on this ATC Card...

LOL Fooled you!!

To Start out with I grabbed my White Embossing Powder


Two Different colors of Glimmer Mist

in this Case



Alaskan Salmon

I stamped the

Stamp from Tim Holtz

This stamp is fabulous for all sorts of background techniques

poured the embossing powder and heat set.

Once it cooled I sprayed with the Glimmer Mists

then wiped it off with a paper towel

and there is my first Resist..

wow do I love how this came out..

I inked the Edges with

Then I took another Timmy Stamp set out


This was the first time using the set.. it's a really cool set for this season..

being Fall.. duh and duh again!! LOL

Here is where I kissed.. ROFL!!

I inked the stamp with VersaMark

then using his Reflections Set

I inked the numbers stamp with

Distress Ink Vintage Photo

and stamped onto the Papillion Stamp

Get it??? I kissed the first stamp...

Didn't even dance on the tables to kiss it!!


The Reflections Stamp Set is great for the Kissing Technique

as all the numbers and letters are backwards..

You have got to check out this stamp set!

okay so I kissed the stamp and then I stamped onto

You need to really dry this good with your heat tool

once dried I took


and dabbed it all over

then wiped it off with a paper towel

and cut out the leaf..

Inked the edges once again with

Walnut Stain

I adhered it to my card with foam dots

added some bling because I have to add bling now.

tis the season!! LOL


There is my kissed resist ATC Card..

All of the products I used you can get at OWSE

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and shop till you drop

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See you next week with more

Felonious Friday


  1. Love the way this turned out Robyn! Great resist!

  2. Oh wow. Just realized...I own this atc! It's hanging in my family room. Won it in a lottery from Robyn. And it is gorgeous! Thanks for the tute, I wondered how you made it! xoxo


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