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Thursday, July 11, 2013

Triple Time Stamping

Hi, friends!  Welcome to something NEW here at the Great Impressions blog!  Every second and fourth Thursday of the month, I will be sharing a video tutorial with you.  I’ll be listing the supplies I will use for each tutorial for two weeks before the tutorial airs.  This time, though, you’ve just had one week to get the supplies you’ll need for today’s tutorial so I hope you grabbed them up quick!  The technique I’ll be sharing with you today is called TRIPLE TIME STAMPING.

Here’s what you’ll need~ 
  • G304Sea Grasses stamp
  • K47Water Iris stamp
  • B233 For Friends stamp
  • 1 piece white/cream cardstock measuring 2” x 3.25”
  • 1 piece white/cream cardstock measuring 3” x 4.25”
  • 1 piece white/cream cardstock measuring  4” x 5.25”
  • 1 piece colored* cardstock measuring 2.25” x 3.5”
  • 1 piece colored* cardstock measuring 3.25” x 4.5”
  • 1 piece colored* cardstock measuring 4.25” x 5.5”
  • Removable adhesive
  • Permanent adhesive
  • Coordinating inks
  • Other embellishments to finish card 
*Use the same color or coordinating shades—I’m using all purple.

Here’s the card I’ve made with this technique~ 

And here’s the tutorial~

Thanks for joining me this week for my first ever video tutorial!  Don’t forget to grab these fabulous images if you haven’t already.  I hope you’ll join us in two weeks for another fun technique—Stamping With Gelatos!

Here’s what you’ll need for that technique~ 
See you again next Thursday for another creation using these wonderful stamps!  Don't forget that we have a monthly challenge going on right now as well--it's a chance to get win of these amazing stamps so I hope you'll join us!  HUGS and happy stamping friends!


Karon said...

Fabulous video and I love love this effect. Great card and wonderful colours! TFS

simply monica said...

Faboulous job - turned out beautifully!

Candycat said...

I have done this B4 & LOVE this technique. Your video is simply EXCELLENT, just like your card sample is! Bravo.

Sparkly Engineer said...

For well done tutorial.

Darla said...

Thanks for the tutorial - well done. Have been meaning to do this technique, now I definitely will. Very pretty card.


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