Friday, January 4, 2013

Triple Stamping / SSSD

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Ladies of SSSD welcome to the 2013 Technique swap tutorial. I hope you enjoy it. 

Triple Stamping 
Begin by cutting your layers for stamping. I used 2 x 3 ¼, 3 x 4 1/4 and 4 x 5 ¼.

Use a double sided removable tape to layer your pieces.

Now decide what stamps you will be working with and stamp right on top of all 3 layers.

You can color this or leave it just one color. You can also put this in an embossing folder to add a little texture.

We’re now ready to matt the stamped layers and put our card together. Here are the measurements I used for my matts. 2 ¼ x 3 ½, 3 ¼ x 4 ½ and 4 ¼ x 11 scored at 5 ½ forming your card base.
I started by taking my stack and adhering it to the card base.

I then removed the 2 top layers and added the matt to the back and adhered it to the card base matching up the outlines.

Then I removed the top layer, matted it and adhered that to the card base matching up the outlines.

Add sentiment and embellishments to finish your card.


Stampsnob said...

Oh I love this tenique and your card is lovely I may not be around my blog wont let me upload photo there is no browser on the select image page??????Lis

Kathy Bradley said...

Your card is lovely and elegant. I really enjoyed this tutorial and will be using it a lot!!

Designing with Debbie said...

Great Tutorial Pat, I loved making this card once I got the hang of it.

Katie Wenger said...

Love your card...what a fun technique you shared...thank you..

Jane said...

Really fun technique... Your tutorial was so easy to follow and your card is sooo pretty.

Davi said...

Loved doing this technique Pat!! Thanks for the great detailed tutorial, sure made it easy and fun! Your card is Beautiful :)

Lagene said...

Pat, Gorgeous card! Thanks so much for a great tutorial!

Angie said...

This is beautiful! LOL I was about to write you and say I couldn't figure out how you get the stamped image to come out perfect 3 more slowly! I really want to try this! It's a gorgeous technique and your card is stunning!

Louella said...

HI Pat, I miss doing the techniques, I'll be back for them in a month or two, but thought I'd check in and sure enough, I love the technique and must try it out, can't wait to do one, or three! This is going to be a good one. Thanks for all you do to share. Louella