Stamp School 15: Colored Pencil and Triple Time Stamping Techniques!

Hi friends! Today I will share the techniques to make this card:


I will show you some colored pencil techniques and also show you how to cut your design (use whatever cutting tools you have) to make the layered panels. It’s a lot of fun! I am using Fall themed stamps from our sponsor ArtNeko. Mention thefrugalcrafter when you order to save 10% on any order or free shipping on orders over $50, you get whatever deal is better:)

Now on to the video!

1 sheet kraft cardstock
1/4 sheet of yellow, green and coral cardstock
Colored Pencils (I used Coloursoft by Derwent)
Foil leaf charm
Wooden buttons and ribbon
Dies or stencils to trace for the shapes
Trimmer, scissors or craft knife.

1. Stamp leaves on kraft panel and color with pencils.
2. Using nesting dies or a stencil cut the stamped panel in different sizes of the same shape as shown in the video.
3. Mat the die cut panels on green cardstock (or color of your choice.)
4. Reassemble the stack of panels and adhere to the card.
5. Embellish as desired.

I hope you try these techniques, you can use any shape to make your layers, circles and squares are simple but look terrific too! Til next time happy crafting!



4 Responses

  1. Beautiful…I love it!


  2. That’s really beautiful. I have never seen that technique done before so now I know how to do it. Thanks so much, Lindsay.


  3. Beautiful card. Thanks for the video


  4. Hi Lindsey, Can you send over some information on how to advertise on your blog? Or could we do some kind of sponsorship?

    Hugs, Roberta


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