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Old 01-07-2013, 05:46 AM   #1
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Default Layered single images. Stacked?

UGH HELP! I am trying to find out how to make a card that I saw and since I can't come up with the right words, it makes a search kind of tough. It has an image broken up into 3-4 layered, framed (?) backgrounds. So it looks like the one image was cut 3 times in square frames with a solid piece of cardstock in between each layer. Does that make any sense at all? I THINK that what I need to do is "nest" 3 rectangle/sqare sheets of cardstock together and then stamp on them (while they are all on top of one another) and then do the same with the solid color, nest it? If anyone can decipher my own little language that I make up as I go along, it would be much appreciated!! If you have a picture, wonderful...if you have a tutuorial, well, let's just say you will be my new best friend
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Old 01-07-2013, 06:01 AM   #2
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Not sure if this is what you are looking for, but under
"Try a New Technique" there is one called Triple Stamping/Seamless Tiere
It sounds like what you are asking for. Hope this helps.
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http://Try a new-technique-f44/tlc38...seamless-tiers
Sounds like that to me. I've pasted a link, just in case .
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thank you Sabrina. I wasn't sure on how to show the link.
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Sabrina, That link didn't work for me. Here's where I learned how to do the Triple Layer, from a blog. No video, but he does a fabulous job of exlaining how to do it, with all the dimensions, etc.
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YAY! Thank you so much! That is the technique that I was looking for So glad that you all were able to translate what I was thinking!! Thanks again!
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Oh that is so cool! Next card for SURE!
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I first saw this Triple Stamping technique on here, and here is a link to the ladys blog: Frenchie , She gives all the measurements in a list in the post.
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Strange - I don't know what went wrong with the first link, and I don't have the edit option to see. For the record, here it is again.

http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/fo...a-t558429.html
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I first saw this Triple Stamping technique on here, and here is a link to the ladys blog: Frenchie , She gives all the measurements in a list in the post.
That's where I first saw the technique. I just used it in an ATC swap and it was a bit challenging due to the reduced size, but it came out okay. The effect is more dramatic though, IMO, in a card size format.

I think Frenchie is a hoot - I really enjoy watching her videos on YouTube.
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