Thursday, 31 January 2013

Triple stamping - first play

Hmmm, I think I was better at the triple jump, but this was a first try:
I used:

- 6" x 5" white card stock

- white card for stamping on

- SU 'Certainly Celery' card

- stamp set called 'Flowers - by Rhonna Farrer' made by Autumn Leaves

- SU ink pads in 'Certainly Celery' and 'Rich Razzleberry'

- sentiment by Stampendous from the 'Happy Messages' set, stamped using Memento 'Tuxedo Black'

- a snippet of green grosgrain ribbon

This was such fun to make, thanks to Sarn for showing on her blog earlier this week.

Ack, then I hit problems properly lining the things up - totally my fault trying to rush so I ended up doing some trimming round the outside edge of the bottom layer of 'Certainly Celery' - BIG mistake :( But it really is such a great technique if you don't have a squint in one eye :)) Nip over to Sarn's if you want to see one properly done!

Di
x

14 comments:

  1. Love the technique, have never tried it but it is lovely isn't it. Your card looks fine to me and I think it is wonderful!
    hugs
    glenda!

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  2. Gorgeous card, love the technique.
    Stamped flowers are great and choice of colours stunning!
    Hugs Tamara :)

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  3. Looks great...I think this is a wonderful technique. i would never know about any extra trimming if you hadn't shared...All i see is a fab card with an equally fab technique!

    Now I want to try this too:)

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  4. I'm still chuckling at you being better at the tripple jump....give me card making any day Di :-)
    I love your card [ but of course not being a green lover I have to say would look better in blue :-) ]
    Hugs,
    A x

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  5. Well done for giving the technique a go Di. The first one is always the hardest. Love the colours you used and the touch of elegance with the ribbon.

    Hugs
    Sarn xxx

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  6. Your card for a "TRY" is wonderful and has worked perfectly! Love it.
    Thanks for your comment and you arem ost welcome for a cross.. .no return needed as they are here waiting!
    Love Jo x
    BTW , email me your address!

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  7. I think we card makers are our own worst critics sometimes! This triple play card looks fine to me! I really like the purple and green colors - my favorite color combination ;)

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  8. Better watch you being able to do a triple jump....right to the cookie jar!!
    Lovely card there! I am going to give this a go later!
    Hugs
    xx

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  9. lol.......Triple jump your so funny di, your card is brilliant xx

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  10. Brilliant technique and I can quite see why you wanted to give it a bash, Di. I think it must take some concentration to get each layer stamped just right. The stamping is gorgeous - love the colours. Hugs, Elizabeth xx

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  11. You are too hard on yourself Di, this looks fab, brilliant and great choice of colours.
    Well done for giving it a go too.

    Kath x

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  12. One more technique I want to try. This is so very pretty, and you did it so well. I'm seeing these triple layer cards in lots of places, but yet to make one. Love your colors too. Very spring-ish & fresh. TFS

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  13. I saw this done on a chap called Brian's blog and had it stored away to do in me old age and when I got nuffinck else to do. Love the green colour. Hugs Mrs A.

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  14. Gorgeous card and fab technique too, I have a definite squint and struggle to line up stuff so this may be something hubbie has t line up lol. Hugs, Amanda x

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