Yesterday’s tutorial on Splitcoaststampers was written by Joan Ervin. She showcased the Triple Stamping technique. It’s an easy way to add dimension to your card.

I created a card with that technique with the beautiful Sweet ‘n Sassy Stamp To Paris with Love.  I started by cutting three pieces of Neenah Solar White cardstock in rectangles ( 3 1/2″ x 3 15/16″, 2 1/2″ x 2 15/16″ and 1 1/2″ x 1 15/16″). The layers were adhered on top of each other with repositionable adhesive and the image was stamped over it in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink.  The flowers of the image were colored with Copic Markers (R11, R12, R22, YG01, YG03, YG17).  The frame and the flowers were colored with white crayon before the edges were sponged with Summer Sky and Bahama Blue Memento Ink. Each layer was adhered to a 3/16″ bigger piece of black cardstock.

The layers were stacked on top of each other with foam adhesive squares.  A piece of Solar White cardstock was cut and embossed with a die from the new Spellbinders Filigree Delight set and adhered to a piece of Limeade Bazzill cardstock. The image layers were adhered over it with more foam adhesive squares and May Arts ribbon was tied around the lower part.

More white cardstock was cut and embossed with a tag die from the new Charmed I’m Sure Spellbinders die set. A sentiment from the set was stamped on it with Tuxedo Black ink and the center was sponged with Summer Sky Memento ink. The tag was tied to the bow and a button with silver cord.

The layers were adhered to a card base cut and embossed out of white cardstock with a Grand Rectangle Nestabilities die. Rhinestones from Want2Scrap finish off the card.

Here is a video for the visual learner:

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Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!
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Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

24 Responses to “Tutorial on SCS – Triple Stamping”

  1. Beautiful!!!!!!
    God Bless 🙂

  2. What a great idea and I love the colours of your card, so beautiful. Hugs! Mojca

  3. What a great idea and fabulous card!

  4. Beautiful card, Beate, and a great new twist on this triple stamping! Love that you used a non-floral image. Now my imagination is running wild! Have a great day 😉

  5. Gorgeous card! I think I’ve tried this before but it’s such a striking card that I need to use it more often. Very cool!

  6. 16 pretty layers wowzerz. This card is so…… BEAUTIFUL!

  7. I am in love with this card!! You could not have picked a prettier stamp to use for this technique!! I have wanted to try this technique but haven’t gotten around to it…you just inspired me to try it now!! Stunning, gorgeous card, Beate!! And thanks for the tutorial!! Happy Thursday 🙂

    A Mermaid’s Crafts

  8. I love this technique and it looks so much more complicated than it is. Thanks for the tutorial!

  9. So pretty and so well put together…I love this look. Thanks for sharing with us.

  10. Oh this is GORGEOUS!

  11. Love this technique and your card is so beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

  12. Very pretty and oh I need to try this technique.

  13. I learned two things. I had never seen anyone use a ruler to line up positioning of layers and
    using the white crayon on certain colored areas. Thank you for taking the time to make the video.

  14. triple stamping is one of my go to techniques lately. your card is perfect!
    stamping sue

  15. Great idea thanks for sharing .

  16. That looks like so much fun. I love the white crayon technique. How simple!

  17. Oh Beate! This is so gorgeous! I can’t wait to try this technique!

  18. Beate this is so lovely and you make it look so easy!!!! I can’t wait to try this technique, and the crayon too!!! You are wonderful 🙂

  19. that looks great I just love it, neat idea with the crayon resist, love that color green for the backgound under your die!

  20. so that’s how they are done? i thought some complicated steps were need for that look, but it’s so easy!! thanks so much for the video, Beate! =) love your beautiful card!

  21. beautiful card Beate and I do love this technique-it makes for such a pretty card

  22. The layers are amazing on this absolutely gorgeous card! Love it!

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