Thursday, April 30, 2015

Triple time stamping

I dunno if you guys know this about me yet, but I love a challenge and I love something new!! So when I saw the challenge at 52 Christmas Card Thowdown- April Technique challenge I kinda glancced over it, thoughts thats cool but I don't have time right now to create something that cool... Until I took a few minutes to watch the video and realized how easy it was!! So I shot Wanda a text and we decided to give it a shot, it was a challenge to each other for the evening... And now here I am blogging away and not working on what I need to work on.. Way to go Wanda!!! And she beat me to it!! Her sicko son was to bed before my daughters which never happens, except when he's being a sicko AGAIN!! LOL
So anyway here it is: my first attempt at Triple Time Stamping:

Supplies used:
CTMH Pear and Partridge stamps, Tim Holtz Mini Blueprints stamps, CTMH Saddle cardstock, CTMH Black, Ponderosa Pine, Saddle, Olive and Cranberry inks, Memento in Black and Copics R29, 27, 24, RV 69, and Yellow Stickles

How did I do? :D

Are you done your bevy yet? Ready for some more?


  1. Love it! Great way to use that Tim Holtz stamp! Oh how we love him :) The colored Poinsettia looks stunning.

  2. Stunning! I love the combination of stamped images. Thanks so much for joining us at 52CCT, April x

  3. A great triple time stamped card - are you sure you've not done this before? :D

    Thank you for sharing your lovely card with us at 52 Christmas Card Throwdown. Gill

  4. The different stamp images combine wonderfully together. You did a super job with the technique! Thanks for playing along with us at 52CCT! I hope you'll join us again soon for another challenge.

  5. Oh I like this - it has a really vintage feel with the colours and images you've used. Great work. So glad you tried a new technique, you wouldn't know it was your first time!! Thanks so much for playing along with 52CCT this week!

  6. Im very happy that the video clip helped you make this gorgeous card, triple time stamping is my fave technique and you really rocked it with this one. Thank you for playing along with our technique challenge at 52 CCT this week
    Louise xx