Hello and welcome to the Stamping with Friends Blog Hop. There are sixteen of us from around the world hopping today and we hope we inspire you with our projects. The theme for this blog hop is the Retiring 2020-2022 In Colors.
The Retiring 2020-2022 In Colors are Cinnamon Cider, Just Jade, Bumblebee, Magenta Madness, and Misty Moonlight.
I decided to make cards using all the In Colors and the technique I used is called Triple Time Stamping. I haven’t done this technique in a long time.
The stamp set I used on all five cards is Dahila Days. I love the sentiments and fonts of this stamp set.
To do the technique, I used removable tape to adhere the Basic White pieces together like how I want them on my finished card. I then proceeded to stamp in the colors – some I stamped off the image. After all the stamping was done, I adhered these pieces to Basic Black. I then lined up all three pieces (making sure they are going in the right way) and adhered to the card base.
My first card is Magenta Madness. I combined this color with Crushed Curry and used Old Olive for the leaf.
Just Jade card and Pool Party Combination.
BumbleBee and Cajun Craze color combination. This is my favorite In Color. I will definitely miss this color.
Misty Moonlight and Rich Razzleberry color combination
Cinnamon Cider and Bumblebee color combination
I have a little secret…other than using designer series paper for my color combinations, a wonderful demo name Helen Read of All Things Stampy (from the UK) makes color combinations for practically all of Stampin’ Up colors. It surely helps me sometimes more than I care to admit, I need help in this area.
Card bases: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 scored at 4 1/4
Basic Black: 4 x 5 1/4, 3 x 3, 1/2 x 2 3/4
Basic White: 3 3/4 x 5, 2 3/4 x 2 3/4, 1 1/4 x 2 1/2
I do hope you try the Triple Time Stamping technique on your next card. Which card is your favorite? To continue along the blog hop, click on the next image to see what my friend Karen has made.
Mo Rootes (UK)
Linda Moore – you are here
Kimberley Morris (procrastistamper)
Libby Fens from libbystamps
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Until next time