Have you seen this new technique called triple layer stamping? It is super cool! A few weeks back I posted a couple of samples featuring this trendy, new rubber stamping technique (you can click here to see the post). Today I have a couple more cards using triple layer stamping and I am going to give you some how to pointers on this trend!
Let’s take a look at the cards first and then we will get to the how to. The first card uses the Fabulous Florets stamp set (available in wood mount and clear mount) and is in a trendy color combination of Daffodil Delight, Regal Rose, and Chocolate Chip. The second card is perfect for fall and was made by fellow demonstrator Debby K. It features the Day of Gratitude stamp set (available in wood mount and clear mount).
Isn’t this technique cool! For the best results use a bold stamp set that has solid and line art images.
Measurements for card stock mats:
Card base: 4.25” x 5.5”
Middle mat: 3.25” x 4.5”
Top mat: 2.25” x 3.5”
Measurements for card stock to be stamped on:
Bottom layer: 4” x 5.25”
Middle layer: 3” x 4.25”
Top layer: 2” x 3.25”
- Layer card stock (CS) to be stamped on top of each other. Use a little bit of adhesive so the CS doesn’t shift while stamping.
- Stamp sentiment 1st on top layer. Then using coordinating ink colors randomly stamp your bold and line art images in a random pattern. Don’t worry if there is a “gap” showing when you stamp over the layers. The matting will cover it.
- Mat stamped CS to solid CS mats.
- Embellish as desired and assemble card.
Isn’t that easy! Triple layer stamping looks so complicated but it is very easy and you get super cool results! I appreciate your feedback and comments. If you’ve never left a comment before all you have to do is to click on the title of the post, scroll to the bottom of the page and enter your comment in the comment box. Sometimes comments may take a little while to appear.
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