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Friday, January 4, 2013

Tutorial Time On SpeedyTV Challenge 30 - Triple Stamping

Welcome to the first Tutorial Time On SpeedyTV challenge of 2013. We have a great technique for you this week, one that you will use over and over again. It is brought to us by Pat Garvin and it is called Triple Stamping. One recommendation I have for you when doing this technique is to use 80lb or less white card stock for your layering. The thicker the paper the harder it is to get the stamp on just right. 

For my card today I am killing two birds with one stone. I created four of these for the Christmas Card Challenge on SpeedyTV as well.  If you want to get a head start on your Christmas cards this year sign up and also be entered to win some great prizes. For my card I am using Marks Finest Papers, a Heinrich Co "Christmas Cardinals" stamp set. I colored them with my copic markers and then mounted on Hunter Green and Burgundy Card stock. I finished the cards off with some holly brads. 




 For your inspiration one lucky winner will go home with this fabulous stamp set.

"Enjoy the View"



I hope you enjoyed my cards today. Thanks for stopping and commenting. I look forward to seeing you again soon. Be sure to check out all the challenges at SpeedyTV for chances to win some great stamp sets. There is something for everyone. Not a member of SpeedyTV not to worry join today it is FREE!!!

Thanks, 

7 comments:

Kathy Bradley said...

Oooh, Debbie, this technique made for a beautiful and elegant Christmas card - I love it!!

Katie Wenger said...

Beautiful cards...wow Christmas already...lol you have gotten a jump start on that...well done...thanks for all you do for the team...

Jane said...

Debbie this is so beautiful!!! I love this set done in a triple layer.:)

Davi said...

Those are so beautiful DEbbie! I love the cardinals and little holly corners.

Gail said...

That is a beautiful card Debbie - I have to try this technique! Enjoy your week!

Lagene said...

Wonderful technique for your beautiful cardinal cards!

Pat Garvin said...

These are GORGEOUS!!!