From the Archives…
Simply Said – Happy Valentine’s Day
So keeping with this weeks Mystery CASE of a three panel card card to create the focal point… I have this archive project to share with you today. If you missed Monday’s post you can see it here.
Today’s project not only has the three panel idea used in it’s creation, it also has another stampin’ technique as well – Triple Stamping. Triple Stamping Technique: a technique where you use multiple layers of images to create a stamped background; often with three of more colors.
Simply Said – Happy Valentine’s Day Project Review
This particular stamp set is retired some years ago. But I am sure you could find sets with coordinating images that you could try out this technique on your own. I will share some suggestions at the end of the post.
In this project the images from the Simply Said stamp set are used to stamp on the Whisper White panel before it is cut into three separate pieces. In this way, the images carry over between the panels when they are separated and mounted on the Night of Navy and Old Olive backing pieces.
You can see from the sentiment I used, we were creating Valentine’s Day cards at the time of this project. I think these color choices are great for a guy! Not the typical pinks and reds for the holiday.
If you are looking for stamp sets that you could potentially use for this type of Triple Stamping Technique, here are a few from the current catalog collection.
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From the Archives Series…
I hope you find some inspiration in today’s project. If you want to learn more about my Archives Series link here to the index. You can find other projects there as well.
I’m celebrating my 15th year with Stampin’ Up!
As you can image I have lots of projects I can share… In this collection I offer tips & techniques and when possible, video demonstrations.