Technique Junkies

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Triple Time Stamping Challenge

December's challenge winners will be announced 
on the 3rd Tuesday of January, 
so stay tuned to see who won the amazing prizes! 

January's Top Winner will receive 
offered by our hostess, Shana!!! 

Here's what you could win~

This month, we've got another super fun technique we'd like for you to try!  It gives such an amazing look after you put it all together--and it isn't too time consuming!  The technique is called TRIPLE TIME STAMPING!!!  I'm sure most of you have heard of it, and to those who haven't tried it yet, we hope you do so this month!


Materials Needed
  • 3 pieces of colored card stock (one the size of your card base and then each other piece an inch smaller on both sides than the larger one).
  • 3 pieces of white/cream card stock (one a quarter of an inch smaller on both sides than your largest colored piece and then each other piece an inch smaller on both sides than the larger one).
  • Removable adhesive
  • Stamps, inks, and embellishments to finish your card

"How To"


We've got an amazing guest designer with us this month--

Kimbo of Cards and Cats

Here is the lovely card Kim made to share with us this month ~

And now some inspiration from the Crew~



SD pooja said...

Wonderful Inspirations !!I have seen this technique before but the simple ones DT team has given wonderful variations in it and i loved them !

hellerlittle said...

So many wonderfull inspirations and differnet outworks...
thanks for this much Inspiration
CU hellerlittle

Unknown said...

This is quite a sweet technique with a WOW effect yet much less work than it looks. Great teaching, Carole

Cazro said...

A wonderful How To video Mynette. (Happy New Year) I feel so inspired. Must give this technique a try, this is a new one for me. Caz

Dena J said...

Thank you, Mynette, for the excellent tutorial! I have admired this technique, but never tried it because I never quite understood how to do it. Now I think I have it.

Ginger said...

Mynette, this tutorial was wonderful! Thanks for showing us such a fabulous technique. It is so much fun to be back crafting again and working on your challenges.

Di said...

Karen P suggested that I link in today - with a twist on triple time stamping.

Great DT cards and a super challenge, hugs, Di xx