Triple Time Stamping & WOYWW!

Howdy folks! This week on Oriental Stamp Art they challenged up to try the Triple Time Stamping technique. Here is a card I made using a huge Far East set of clear stamps I got on sale for $2.50 at oriental trading company, regularly $15, score!

 

So basically you stack up 3 panels of white cardstock and stamp a design over all three, then take apart the panels and mat them with color and stick them to a card base, yep folks, it is that easy! I saw a really cute tutorial for it on this blog, I love this lady’s French Canadian accent, she reminds me of my “Grammie” 🙂

 

On the above card I used SVG cutting files from Lettering Delights and SCAL software with my die cutter.  Using the Sizzix Eclips this week had really psyched me up to do some more cutting!

For the burst of color in the background I used a color Spritzer tool (Stampin’ Up!) I have had it for a while but it did not always work for me but then I found out I did not have my marker pushed through far enough, The nib of the marker should protrude father than the “blow-hole” on the spritzer. I have now used this with all of my brush tip watercolor markers with success!

 

Since it is What’s on Your Workdesk Wednesday here is a peek of my desk. The kids started school today so I have some real work laid out. I have artwork that needs to be framed in the tubes and lying flat on my workbench. I do not like to have other people’s artwork in my studio with the kids around. So all of my framing jobs have to wait until the kids are in school LOL!

 Well, I’m off to get my car’s oil changed and do a bit of shopping and have lunch with a stampin’ friend, til next time happy crafting!

15 thoughts on “Triple Time Stamping & WOYWW!

  1. if your color spritzer tool is damaged or none available, use a strong brush (toothbrush, a brush to clean vegetable etc.) and your fingertip.
    The color on the brush should not be too wet, it should not drop down.

    Kerstin

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  2. What a fantastic workspace… and those cards are fab – it’s so simple, but so very effective! The inky splatter is really cool… happy WOYWW!
    Alison x
    #99

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  3. I love your workspace, it’s so big! Your cards are beautiful and thanks for telling us how you did it, a very effective technique – thank you for sharing – off to listen to the French Canadian accent now. Happy WOYWW, Anne x #32

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  4. Wonderful projects Lindsay….And the Frenchie tutorial was wonderful…mistakes and all – delightful! Stunning results….must give this a try! Thanks so much for the how to!

    One question…could you post what the Spritzer is all about??? Maybe a picture too. I’m not familiar with it.

    Paper Hugs,
    Jan

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  5. You have such a lovely workspace and those cards are so striking. I think it sounds quite simple to do, so I might give it a try.
    Happy very belated WOYWW!
    Tertia #49

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