Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Inverted Triple Stamping Tutorial. . . . . . . .


Good morning folks. Hope this finds you well?

I know this post was supposed to be Luca's clock but I remembered some of you asked if I could do a tutorial on how I do the inverted triple stamped cards like the one above. If I didn't do it now, I'll probably forget.

Now, I must warn you, this is a photo heavy post. Also, I use Presscut Large Square dies to cut my layers,

Firstly, I cut a piece of card to the size that I want. I then draw pencil lines from corner to corner.


I then stamp my design . . . . . . .


After deciding the width of my layers, I then line up the corners of the dies with the pencil lines which gives you a precise lining up.


Close up of the corners lined up with the pencil lines.


When you run this through your cutting machine,you end up with this. . . . . . . .


I then place the largest piece onto a layer of the coloured card.


I then pop in the next size die down to create a pink edge.


And after cutting, you end up with this. . . . . . . . . . 


Repeat this with the other 2 layers using the card cut from the middle each time (No wastage on this blog)


Rub out the pencil marks then stack the layers on top of each other, starting with the bottom layer first.


You can pop this onto a card as is so its nice and flat for posting or foam pad each layer, going higher with each outside layer.


By foam padding it up, you get the effect of the original card . . . . . . . . 


Hope that all this makes sense and that you haven't fallen asleep lol!!!

That's it for now as I'm sure that I've bored you enough for one day, hahaha!!!

Back on Thursday for a new MAWTT Challenge.

TTFN
Ang x

24 comments:

  1. Good morning Ang, definitely NOT boring but excitingly INTERESTING.
    I am going to have a go at this, I am LOVING it.
    I am at the Dentist later this morning to have Posts fitted for a filling might not be in the mood for crafting after that.
    Thank You for your hard work doing a great detailed Tutorial.
    Have a good day
    Patricia xxx

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  2. Morning Ang
    What a great post thanks for all the pics and explanation I will definitely be giving this a try now. Xx

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  3. Wonderful Ang, perfect explanation, xxx

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  4. Hi Ang, a great tutorial thanks for sharing it. Will definitely give it a go now, as I can now see the steps to achieve a great effect. Take care all. Bx

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  5. Hi Ang
    Hope you are well, Thank you for the great Tutorial looks so easy to follow as you have explained it so well.
    Elaine H X

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  6. Thanks for that great tutorial, well explained and illustrated. Just have to see if my square dies will 'do the trick' sizewise.

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  7. Morning Ang

    Love the colours and stamp you have used for this gorgeous card

    I agree with everyone above that it is a great tutorial and very easy to follow

    Take care

    June x

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  8. Very easy to follow tutorial Mrs D. Hope you are well. Christine xx

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  9. Morning Ang,
    Thanks Ang, easy to follow.
    Lydia
    X

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  10. Hi Ang, great tutorial, very clearly explained and definitely not boring. I do like the inverted way you have done this card. Looking forward to seeing your tutorial on the clock.
    Take care and keep well.
    Wendyx

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  11. This is great Ang, so clear and easy to understand and definitely not boring! Thank you! love from Jackie xx

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  12. fantastic card mrs duck, i am new to your blog and i look forward to seeing more of your stunning creations xx

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  13. Hello,
    Here I am just as I threatened I would! I chose an excellent day. Beautiful cards and really clear tutorial! Many thanks!
    Love Myra x

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  14. Thanks Ang Will find this really usefully Love both versions Pauline

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  15. Now this is what I call beautiful!!!! Thanks for the tutorial!!
    sandy xx

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  16. Great tutorial, love the diagonal pencil lines tip! Cara x

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  17. Thank you for the really clear instructions for this, Ang. I must give it a go.

    Anne (Northamton)

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  18. Hello Ang,
    This is great, fabulous explanation and much easier than I would have done if I'd attempted it under my own steam. When I'm back in my room for any serious crafting, this is one which I'll undertake.
    Hope things are ticking over nicely and you are o.k.
    love Maureen xx

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  19. Brilliant card and tutorial Ang. Thank you so much. When I have finished my friends 80th birthday card I will give this a try. Good to see you Myra. Hope you are ok.

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  20. Hi Ang,
    what a brilliant tutorial on that super card.
    Thank you for sharing this iwth us.
    Must have a go sometime soon when I have bought shares in foam pads. LOL
    Love and big crafty hugs from my house to yours. Jenny L.

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  21. Hi Ang, really clear instuctions, thank you so much for the time taken to post them. It's such a stunning card and lovely to see it again, Kate x

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  22. Great job on the tutorial Ang! Have a great day!
    Donna

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  23. Thank you for the instructions. I can see how important those pencil lines are to the construction.

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  24. Thank you for your very clear instructions. Seen John do this but never seem to try after his demos so I forget the technique. Will have a go now!
    Jan
    Northampton






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