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Old 01-18-2006, 07:11 PM   #1  
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Question A different kind of "kiss"...

I haven't tried it yet, but I remember a post that was on the SU site that you could coat your lips (lightly) with clear chapstick, "kiss" the cardstock, dust with EP, then heat set. I'm thinking of incorporating it into a Valentine for a WS I have coming up. Anyone ever try it?!
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Haven't tried it, but it is worth a shot....It sounds really neat!
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I just did it!!! It looks awesome. I "kissed" the rose red cardstock and put clear EP over it. Looks like red lipstick!!! Thanks for the idea I think I will have my class kiss their paper!!! Wouldn't that be a cool scrapbook page!!
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I can't wait to try this technique. If you do it in a workshop, are you supplying everyone with chapstick? Just curious.

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This sounds like fun. If I ever get out of here I'll have to try it.
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My girls tried it a few years ago. It is really neat and I had forgotten about it until now. If I were going to do a class, I would probably use a new tube of chap-stick and swipe a clean Q-tip over it for each person. Maybe I will do this at my stamp camp on Jan 30th. HMMM....

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Sounds like a great idea for a valentine card for that special someone!!!
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I'm loving this idea!! Can't wait to try it!
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Would this work: if you did the chapstick kiss, and then used the heat and stick powder on it, then dust with that gorgeous red glitter from SU!......... could you do that? might look very cool on the right type of card!!

don't have any heat & stick powder, so I can't try it!!
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That sounds so fantastic!!! Thanks for sharing :0)
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Hi,

I tested it out on a scrap of CS...never made a valentine but just made a St. Patrick's Day card....couldn't resist that classic sentiment! I used chapstick on the pink CS, but my other chapstick didn't work. If in doubt, use Vaseline - I did on the St. Patrick's Day card. After kissing, I sprinkled with white EP; I don't have heat & stick powder. Try it, it's fun! I was going to write "Kiss my blarney stone" but my DH thought that was odd!
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I was wishing SU had a lip stamp and then I saw this thread! How fun! Here's my version! //www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=211680&cat=500&ppuser=6458
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I love this idea. But, I have a silly ?.. What is the difference between Heat & Set poweder and EP??? I don't have H&S powder, either..
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How Fun! I'll have to try this.
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su did have a set of lips it was a incentive stamp. I earned one and just love it. But that is a great idea!
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I love this idea. But, I have a silly ?.. What is the difference between Heat & Set poweder and EP??? I don't have H&S powder, either..
Heat & Stick powder vs EP:

When you heat up the EP, it creates a raised, shiny, surface and that's the end result.

When you heat up Heat & Stick, it creates a slightly raised STICKY surface but that's not the end result - you apply glitter, etc. to the H&S surface so it sticks.
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Heat & Stick powder vs EP:

When you heat up the EP, it creates a raised, shiny, surface and that's the end result.

When you heat up Heat & Stick, it creates a slightly raised STICKY surface but that's not the end result - you apply glitter, etc. to the H&S surface so it sticks.

Thanks for the information. I never knew that. See you do learn something new everyday...
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I've done this for several different workshops around Valentine's Day! I've acutally used my own lipstick and then embossed with clear EP. My guests loved the idea!

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