Friday, March 1, 2013

Triple Time Stamping Tutorial

   Hi All… Hope all of you are ready to do some fun stuff today. We are going to learn how to do Triple Time Stamping .Does it sound complicated…It might but I assure you it’s not…Its so much fun once you get the hang of it. It’s really simple to do just make sure your measurements are right and your layering is perfect…rest all is easy.
      Things you need on hand:
  • ·                     2 sheets of cardstock .
  • ·                A big stamp…This technique will not show if you use small stamps.
  • ·                     Ink Pad…I have used Versamark black stamp pad
  • ·                    Glue or tape
  • ·               Sticky dots for Dimension(Not required if you just want to glue the layers)
  •              Paper Trimmer
You will cut total 6 pieces including base card:
·        Layer 1 Black base card: 5 ½”*8 ½” fold it in half. So you will have 5 ½”*4 ¼”
·        Layer 2    Black   4 ½”*3 ¼”
·        Layer 3    Black   3 ½”*2 ¼”
·        Layer 1    White  5 ¼*4 "
·        Layer 2    White  4 ¼”*3”
·        Layer 3    White  3 ¼* 2”

Just Layer them and see if you got everything right .Do not stick anything yet. I am showing it so that you know how it is supposed to look.

Layer all the whites. Be careful and align them correctly because if you mess up here your images will not match. It’s a good idea to use a little bit of sticky tape to the center of the pieces so that they don’t move. Please do not use so much that they will not even come apart later.

Once you stamp your image on all the three layers at the same time, mount them on the black cardstock and you are ready to layer them. You can use sticky dots to layer them if you want to give dimension otherwise glue will work just fine.

And Your card is Ready:)

Hope you all enjoyed my tutorial. Would love to hear your comments. I saw this technique on Stampin with Donna and wanted to share with you all so I wrote this tutorial.Hope you all liked it.

Entering this card at Crafters corner--Stamping
flutterbywednesdays-229   #61--3 or more layers


  1. Very nice.. And well explained dear.. Wanna try it soon.. :-)

  2. One of my favourite techniques. Great stamping! Thanks so much for playing along at ATSM! xx

  3. A fab card and tutorial -thanks for playing along this week at ATSAM - Jacqueline xx

  4. Terrific job of triple time stamping! Beautiful card! Thanks for joining us this week at ATS&M

  5. Gorgeous! Love your tutorial! Just stopping by from the Cuddlebug Cuties Sunday Link party! I have decided to follow your blog!

  6. Wow! That's beautiful and what a great echniqued. Thanks for the tutorial! I stopped by from Cudlebug Cuties Linky Party :)

  7. Super card. Great stamping. TFS how you made this. Thank you for playing along with the ATS&M challenge this week.
    Regards Florence.

  8. This looks awesome. I have planned to try it sometime but never gotten around to it. You can find my blog at

  9. What a fantastic technique Sheetal, you have me stamping all over the place now, love the card design and the swirly stamp so striking in the black and white..gorgeous butterfly too.
    Thanks for joining in with us at Flutter By Wednesdays..

    Luv CHRISSYxx

  10. Thank you all so much for visiting my blog and leaving such sweet comments:)

  11. wow! Thank you Sheetal! I can't wait to make one. :D

  12. Perfect and elegant-Very pretty card

  13. super duper layers....i simply loved the way u have used black and white colors....thanks for playing with us at crafters corner challenge#6..all the very

  14. Awesome card...and a wonderful tutorial. I just love the design of your blog too.


  15. Thank you Deepti,Birgit,Shalini and Susan:)

  16. Wow I just loved this triple layer stamping you have done its just beautiful and so neatly executed :) Its a gorgeous card for sure !!..Thank you so much for the tutorial its so easy to follow ...Will have to try this out :)

    Thank you so much for playing along Crafter's Corner #6 and Best of Luck :)

  17. Beautiful card and tutorial was well done. I have to try your techique. Thanks for sharing and giving the measurements. I am a new follower. Come by for a visit and see my blog too.