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Sunday, August 17, 2008

Kissing Technique!

There IS a technique for kissing!!! LOL I would suppose there really is one!! I'm going to tell you somethiang about me that not a lot of people know. Just half of my classmates in Junior High School. See, I'm SO old we called it Junior High School back then!!! LOL I had taken Speech class as an elective. No, I didn't have a speech impediment, it was an actual speech making class. Why I took it I don't know because back then I was a VERY shy quiet person!! I know you find that hard to believe but it's true. Anyway, I went to my science teacher and asked her for some direction as to finding out the muscles used in kissing and she got me started. My speech was on kissing but used in the scientific/medical terms that no one knew what I was talking about until the end of the speech!!! It was fun and funny. And I was nervous because word had gotten out about the speech and the room was FULL and it included several teachers as well!!! I did get an "A"!!!

So onto a new "speech" on kissing!! This one involves ink, rubber stamps and card stock!!!

Ink up the background stamp and set it face up on your workspace. Take the solid stamp and press it onto the background stamp. Stamp the solid one on a piece of card stock. You can stamp the background one too for a different effect.

This is another page that will be included in the Blog Candy "Technique Book" that I will be offering when my blog reaches 500,000 hits. Which looks like it will happen sometime this week!!! It's a very exciting thing for me!! And I would like to add at least two more pages to the book before I offer it up as Blog Candy.

To view all of the pages that will be in the Blog Candy just click here.

This item was made using current Stampin' Up! products. To view more items made using Stampin' Up! products click here

Thanks SO much for vi sting my blog,
Wanda

8 comments:

Lori A. said...

Now this is a technique I've tried a couple of times and just can't seem to get it. It sounds like it should be so simple!

Val said...

Thank you for all the wonderful techniques that you have shared with us these past weeks. This will be an awesome book!!

Unknown said...

I can't get this to work either I have wanted to make a project this way but have given up on it.

ThreadCatcher said...

Loved the Jr. High story...you, shy?! Hard to believe. Your technique book is going to be a great gift for someone. jmniffer

craftyantoinette said...

Very exciting indeed! I love this technique and have yet to try it. Well that's not true, I did try it once and didn't do it right, so now I'm going to try it again. :-)

Anonymous said...

Funny story! Made my day this morning! Love your blog!

ChrissyM said...

I love the way your technique book is coming along. Thanks for sharing your funny story with us. LOL!

*Susan* said...

Wanda, thanks for sharing that story! We had Junior High School, too, so I'm right there with you!

This technique book is such a great idea! Hope you hit the milestone mark this week!

Susan :-)