Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Triple stampin'

Today I am  sharing another project made with close to my heart products. I wanted to focus on the Paisley Perfect Pair flair stamp set. I used the triple stamp technique. I had done this once before and loved the way it turned out so I thought I would try it again.

This time I did a more portrait oriented card than a landscape. Here are the measurements you will need:

white card stock:
2 x 3/14"
3 x 4 1/4"
4 x 5 1/4"

Pattern paper or accent color paper:
2 1/4 x 3 1/2"
3 1/4 x 4 1/2"
4 1/4 x 11" this will be the base of the card and you will score it at 5.5" on the long side

First:  I put some removable sticky or tape on the back center of the two smallest white pieces and then layer them on each other. This is just to hold it in place while you are stamping.

Second: Stamp your sentiment first in the center of the top/smallest piece of white cardstock. I then took different stamps from the set and randomly stamped all over the white cardstock around the sentiment. Once you are all done with that take the white pieces off each other.

Third: Adhere each white piece to the pattern/accent paper you have cut for them.

Fourth: Using dimensional dots pop up each layer to give it some dimension. You will see that all the patterns when looking at the card match up and it looks really cool!

I added some twine just for some texture.


jessica said...

This is gorgeous Deb! I love the color combo and the great sentiment!
Awesome job my friend!
Thanks for sharing!

Annette Allen said...

gorgeous layering.. love this card..

Rose said...

this is beautiful :)

Karen (karey2005) said...

Love this!

Kim H said...

Oh Debbie ~ this is simply PERFECTION! I have always wanted to try this and you just inspired me to do so!! Thank you for always leaving us step by step instructions ~ GORGEOUS cad!!!