Double-time stamping

Debra Burgin 1207 Double-Time DahliaThis has been a favorite card at this month’s stamp camps.  It’s a variation on triple-time stamping, a technique shared by Dawn Olchefske, and pretty simple.  The “double” is that you are stamping both Vanilla panels at the same time, the smaller temporarily adhered to the larger.  Image gaps where the panels overlap are covered with the mats.  Accuracy in cutting the panels is essential.

I love this dahlia image and never get tired of using it; this is the perfect card for it!  If you look closely at the butterfly, you can see the same dahlia in More Mustard.  Try using images in unconventional ways — you’ll be surprised!

Stamps:  Creative Elements(p. 126), Pursuit of Happiness (p. 140)

Ink/Color:  Baja Breeze, Midnight Muse

Paper:  So Saffron, Very Vanilla

Other:  Essentials Paper-Piercing Pack, Stampin’ Pierce Mat, Elegant Butterfly Punch, Pearl Basic Jewels, 3/8″ Stitched Satin Ribbon (Midnight Muse), Stampin’ Dimensionals

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One Response to Double-time stamping

  1. So pretty. And I love how you punched out the butter from the same flower.

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