Hand Stamped By Heather Wright-Porto: Two Step Stamping Technique: Touches of Texture

Sunday, June 26, 2016

Two Step Stamping Technique: Touches of Texture

Good morning stampers!  It's time for another Stamping and Blogging technique challenge.  It's Two Step Stamping time!  This is a super fun and easy technique. One you can mass produce too for those special Thank You cards. 

The Stamping and Blogging video will be loaded up to the site today! Enjoy :D  We can't wait to see what you create!

I'm featuring the Touches of Texture stamp set from Stampin' Up!  It's one of my new favorites!  I'm also bringing in the Peekaboo Peach again....one of my new favorite In Colors!

Stampin' Up! Supply List

  • STAMPS: Touches of Texture, Birthday Blooms
  • INKS: Pool Party, Peekabook Peach, Basic Black
  • PAPER: Whisper White
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Two Step Stamping: Card Instructions

You can make this card in 10 mins or less!
  1. Card base is Whisper White, vertical card layout, scored on the left.
  2. Stamp the floral center in Pool Party.
  3. Then use the floral outline stamp in Basic Black and stamp on top of the Pool Party images.
  4. Then stamp the small outline flower image.
  5. In Peekaboo Peach, stamp the smaller solid floral image on the inside of all those images.
  6. Then I stamped the greeting and the speckles from the Birthday Blooms stamp set, in Basic Black ink.
  7. Open the card and stamp the floral/grunge image vertically on the right side.
  8. Then tear the card front so it then shows that image.

NOTE: It's OK if they do NOT line up perfectly...mine don't!  But I still think it looks pretty...don't you?

Stampin With Sandi

My partner Sandi MacIver, StampinWithSandi.com, always creates the most beautiful projects...go check out her Two Step Stamping card for this week's Stamping and Blogging Technique Challenge!

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