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Old 08-08-2012, 05:14 AM   #1
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I'm looking for the tutorial on a card I saw and cannot remember the technique for it. It is 3 layers of the same print. Like fall leaves and the leaves are lined up perfectly for 3 layers. Can anyone help?
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Old 08-08-2012, 05:20 AM   #2
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Triple Stamping, it was the Technique Lovers Challenge last week!
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Old 08-08-2012, 05:40 AM   #3
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Yes!!! and I couldn't find it in the Tutorials! THANK YOU!
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Old 08-12-2012, 07:45 AM   #4
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Here is a video tutorial: Stamp & Scrap with Frenchie: Free Triple Time Stamping card sets
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Here is another video too!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bmculp_tz74
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Here is one too:

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I have fallen in love with this technigue.
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Old 08-15-2012, 04:57 AM   #8
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And yet here is another source. No video but does show card and measurements.
The Stampin' Schach: The Open Sea for The Paper Players
I fell in love with this technique as well.
Many to look @ here.
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Do you use more than one sheet of 8 1/2 paper to cut the mat pieces???? I must be having a duh moment because I was trying to follow a you tube video by Frenchie and I can't make it work. Thanks.....
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This will give you step by step written instructions with pictures.
Debbie's Designs: Tuesday Tips or Techniques-Triple Layer Stampin'!
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Thank you...thank you. Very clear instructions and as a visual person this is great. ~~Carol
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Try this link Stamp & Scrap with Frenchie: Free Triple Time Stamping card sets plus in my video I show how to save the paper with one piece on 8 1/2 11 will give you 2 of the stamping piece and on... plus on that link you will get all the measurement. Only one little step to turn your card stock to get it all in one piece hope you can access it
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Omigosh, I almost regret clicking on this topic because I can't concentrate on what I should be doing now... I want SO badly to go make one of these now!! Serves me right for taking a "quick 5-minute surfing break at Splitcoast". Yeah, right...!

And how easy would this be if you had the new Spellbinders Card Creators dies? You could emboss the image layers after stamping...
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Omigosh, I almost regret clicking on this topic because I can't concentrate on what I should be doing now... I want SO badly to go make one of these now!! Serves me right for taking a "quick 5-minute surfing break at Splitcoast". Yeah, right...!

And how easy would this be if you had the new Spellbinders Card Creators dies? You could emboss the image layers after stamping...
Don't feel bad, Carol; I also want to make this type of card (So much for surfing through SCS, huh? LOL)!
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Here is a pretty twist on this:

The Stampin' Schach: Triple Time Stamping with a Twist for The Paper Players
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I had done one the other day, only I done with 3 - 1inch squares going down the left side of the card and stamped sentiment in lower right hand corner.
Many ways a person can do this technique. Just use your imagination and have fun with it. :}
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Love this technique! Thanks to everyone who supplied links!
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This technique would be so cute for Halloween and Christmas...love it!
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After reading this post I coudln't resist...Halloween triple stamp
Triple Stamp Halloween by chacheeblue - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers
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Triple Stamp Halloween by chacheeblue - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers
Lovely card.
I had to make a sympathy card yesterday and went with this technique as well.
A technique that can be made for anyone, for any holiday or occassion or just as a 'because' card.
It has become so popular right now. I do plan on making some of my Christmas cards using this technique.
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is there a way to use this technique with patterned paper rather then stamping? i have some paper perfect for this and would love to try.
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There are two ways you could do this with patterned paper...line up three pieces and match them perfectly or exacto knife one piece. I think the fun of it is making your own patterns and making it work but if you have great patterned paper...
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is there a way to use this technique with patterned paper rather then stamping? i have some paper perfect for this and would love to try.
Here's a sample card I had found for you Bobbi's Treasure
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Bobbi's Treasure: Triple Time Bobbi Style

Grannyof8 that is what I am talking about and at the above link, she has three ore samples and a pattern for cutting your paper.
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Grannyof8 that is what I am talking about and at the above link, she has three ore samples and a pattern for cutting your paper.
That's one nice thing about making your own cards. You make it Your way and adding your own personal touch .
Thanks for the other link :}
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thanks for the great links grannyof8 and chacheeblue!!! now i have 2 ways to do this great technique!!
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Here's a gorgeous quadruple layered stamped card

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For less layers, I liked this version:
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This is awesome, in all of its varied forms !!!
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Kept seeing the Triple Stamping title, and finally got curious enough to come and have a look what triple stamping was, lol. This is amazing! I love it. Been mojo-less for a while now, but this may just have teased him out of hiding. What a fantastically simple & stunning idea.
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Well, I just made my first card using this technique and I LOVE this technique !!

Simple to do and stunning results - can't ask for more than that

I still have to add embellisments, but my layers are all stamped and assembled and I am amazed.....this will be a favorite technique for me for sure.
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Well, I just made my first card using this technique and I LOVE this technique !!

Simple to do and stunning results - can't ask for more than that

I still have to add embellisments, but my layers are all stamped and assembled and I am amazed.....this will be a favorite technique for me for sure.
I'm with you,lol. I've just made 3. I had to adjust the sizes slightly, as our cardstock size is a little different from yours, but I love it. This will be my go-to design for quick cards now. I also had a thought while putting them together- this should work really well with Nesties- the squares, oblong,oval etc.
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I'm with you,lol. I've just made 3. I had to adjust the sizes slightly, as our cardstock size is a little different from yours, but I love it. This will be my go-to design for quick cards now. I also had a thought while putting them together- this should work really well with Nesties- the squares, oblong,oval etc.
Ooooh, Nesties, great idea for a different 'twist' on this technique . Great thinkin' !!!
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Well, I had a go at this, love the technique. Tried it with a tag shape, some nestie shapes( not finished yet), and the basic one from the video.


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Your cards are gorgeous and do love your tag design
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Shazsilverwolf - they look great, good job.

And Clownmom - your card is adorable !
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Here is my tutorial on triple time stamping! YouTube - Card making tutorial, Triple Time Stamping
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