Thursday, 20 February 2014

Three Panel Stamping



Hello crafters!  Triple stamping is a really interesting way to use your stamps, giving your card projects a really fresh look.

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Finished dimensions are 7" x 8" in size.  All for now, Sue x

180 comments:

Pam said...

Lovely fresh looking. Card

Cameeli of Richmond said...

Good Morning Sue, and all the crafty crew. Wow love the green This looks amazing!! Exquisite.
Have a lovely day.
Cameeli xx

Debby Berry said...

Good morning Sue,
I like this style and the colors are great.

Heather Rogers said...

Morning All
I love this technique and this colour. Lovely card Sue.
Crafty Hugs
Heather xx

CraftyAnn said...

A lovely card that would brighten up a lovely spring day, pity it's raining. I love this idea and will give it a go this weekend.
Take care.

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue. Thank you I love the colours of this card Take care. Hi to all crafters Kitty

Cameeli of Richmond said...

Hi the video is great!! I finally got my head around the stitch border technique, mine always looks uneven, will have practice this weekend.
Cameeli xx

Eemeli said...

Love, love, love it! Three panel stamping is one of my favorites and I just did two cards for Valentine's Day with it... Gorgeous outcome and I really like the color scheme.

Hugs,
Eemeli

tracy w said...

Hi sue
Stunning card going to try this technique out the videos are great to thank you for them Tracy w x

Sam Smithard said...

Hi Sue, I've just finished watching yet again another Amazing, Video where you share lots of Tips and Techniques with us. Today's Card is just Equisite, Awesome, and Amazing, I really Love all the Fabulous Products you have used, I Love the Stamp Floral Thank You from JustRite. I Just Loved The Distress Ink Technique and the Colours were just Fantastic, great tip on how to stop the Void and that Black Card really made those Colours Pop also, another Stunning Card Sue thank you so much for sharing your expertise with us.
Take Care Love and hugs from Sam x
To all the lovely Wilsonettes I hope you're all feeling well today, have a great day to you all.
Hugs from Sam x

Maria Illsley said...

The colours are great i will have to try this technique as it is so effective xxx

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
Gorgeous card. Love the fresh green colours and the flower stamp. Thank you for sharing.

BridgetCG said...

Hi Sue, lovely bright card, need to try this, so am off to watch the video to see how it is done. Bx

englishrose897 said...

Good morning Sue and all followers. Great card this morning. Such a simple technique. Sally

Deborah Artliff said...

Morning Sue a lovely fresh card on this cold morning it makes you think summers on its way. Love the techinque. Take care xx

Debs A

yorkielass said...

Hello Sue, Thank you for a great video, so may fun techniques. This card is exquisite and the colours so fresh. I love the Justrite Floral Thank You stamp and the Wonderful Wings dies and am lucky to have them both.
Having a new boiler fitted today, so no crafting, but will try this technique at the weekend.
Hope all Wilsonettes are feeling well today, take care everyone.
Hugs June xxx

Annie said...

A beauty, Sue. Such lovely colours. Off to work but will catch the vid later today. Xx

fame01 said...

Hi Sue
like the style of this card very fresh feel to it .. hugs sarah xx

kitty davies said...

Hi once again sue
Thank you for the video brilliant
I am going to give it a go today. Take care Kitty

Jackie Trinder said...

Good morning Sue the card is beautiful. I'm looking forward to watching the video later this looks like a brilliant technique. Have a great day. Love Jackie

Anne O said...

Hi Sue
Such a pretty card. Love the colours of the background. The flower silhouette is so pretty. I like it more each time I see it.
Best wishes
Anne o

nuttinanni said...

Such an interesting technique. The card really popped out to me. hugs Cheryl xxx

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Great stamping technique. Thanks foe the video, will going to try that x

Dawn Searle said...

Morning Sue,
Going out for the day today, so will watch the video later. I am not normally a lover of green, but these greens look amazing.
Love and Hugs
DawnSearle

Evelyn Sinclair said...

Very different from your usual style. Another technique to try and to play around with. In the middle of making wedding invitations at the moment so will save this until I have them done as they are all I can think of at the moment !! Hugs from Ireland. Evelyn. X

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, Fabulous video, stunning card. I love the technique with the three layer stamping, I love the tip with the tag and sentiment, so effective, and I'm adoring the three colours you used. Stunning !!
I will be trying this technique later.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Anonymous said...

GM Sue - great card - I must have a go at this one. You make the piercing look sooo easy! I can do a straight line OK but it's getting those corners to match perfectly that can fox me -so I always feel anxious when I do this technique for some reason. Logic says it should be easy but for some reason it isn't when I try to do it! Think I need to practice more.
Rgs
Clare W

carol edwards said...

Hi Sue a lovely card and in different colours. Love the design and the background , very striking Take care x

Aspiring crafter said...

Morning Sue,
I love this card , the colours are great and the design lovely.
First saw you demo this on C and C and really liked it so made a card then and loved the result.
Due to advancing memory loss it's good to be reminded!!
What happened to my memory by the way , are there any more Wilsonettes with the same problem!!
Will watch video when I get home this afternoon,
Thanks Sue for showing us how to make lovely cards,
XxxRuth

Maggie Phillips said...

Hi Sue.Love the three panel stamping but have not tried it yet~ will watch your video later,then have a go! TFS.
Maggie x

Clai01 said...

Hi Sue
great to see you stamping and as always Super card !

Rachel Taylor said...

Lovely idea ,i shall have a go myself
Crafty hugs Rachel x

amy richards said...

Hi Sue, love this idea so clean & fresh colours too. Crafty hugs
Amy xx

Sandra B. said...

Loving the card. Loving the colours. Just a stunning card. Take care

Sonia Jones said...

This is a fab technique. And I love the colour blend from the distressing inks. Beautiful result. Hugs Sonia x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
This card looks fab - can't wait to see how it was done. Love the colours. Have a good day.
Beverley W

Anonymous said...

Good morning Sue
Today's card is bright and cheerful to brighten up a dull day. It's clever how this technique tricks the eye into thinking that the lines are complete. I have tried the technique with the ink pads on the craft mat but mine turned out a complete mess, Please can somebody give me advice on how to leave a comment on Sue's video. I don't have problems when leaving comments on other sites I can click like and leave a comment but for some reason I can't on Sue's. Have to get ready they are filming Dr Who here so off to to get his autograph for my nephew hope everyone is well.
Hugs x
Heather T

TDQ Karen said...

Love this technique great card xxx

Ecco of Sheffield said...

morning Sue
What a different gift today - no ribbons/bows or flowers but still a beautiful beautiful gift.
Certainly one for our family/friends who do not like ribbons and bows.
I have never tried stamping over multiple pieces of card but will certainly will be having a go. I'm not quite sure about today's colour but others will look just as good.
See you tomorrow.
Janet x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
What an interesting technique.
Must try it.
Veronique L

Anonymous said...

Hi sue. What a lovely spring, fresh card. I have not tried this technique before so will have to try it later. I think the black makes the green pop of the card and the foliage is quite striking. You are a very talented lady. No wonder you have so many followers. What about another dvd or your own book sue.
Best Wishes
Denise x

Susan White said...

Love this technique and the green background is just stunning! Will try to check out the video later, as the carpet fitters are coming soon, and I need to be ready!! Thanks, Susan x

foxyg said...

Gorgeous card, love the colouring.

Carol Clarke said...

Morning Sue
Wow love this technique I shall watch your demo again and try it later
Hope all is well
Hugs
Carol ,x

Nanna Tina said...

Hi Sue
A colourful way to start a cold, wet windy day.
Happy crafting
Love Tina x

Hilary said...

Bright and beautiful card this morning Sue!
Wishing you, and everyone, a happy day. Love and hugs. Hilary xxxx

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful card today. This one is different from your usual panel card. Love the mix of colours that you have used. I shall have to watch the video later. Steph and Norah hope you are both feeling better today.

Pauline Norbury said...

Hi sue,
Beautiful card. I love the piercing as well. Where did you get your foam pad and the piercing tool? Would love to do this, it creates such a lovely effect.

Desiree P said...

Morning Sue,
I start my day with your blog and will have to end it that way too as I don't have time to watch the video right now. I am looking forward to seeing how you do the stamping as I have seen several examples of this and love the effect. Enjoy your day.x

Norah McPhee said...

Good morning Sue and fellow Wilsonettes,
I love how you have put the black card to mat the various layers on to. It really shows off the black parts in the design. I think you are trying to waken me up with the bright colour of the stamping, honest i am awake. It's different from what i am comfortable with but i think i might give it a try Sue as i haven't done this technique yet.
Yes, i noticed a while ago that C&C seem to have a love affair going with Mrs Weightman. They seem to have pushed all others a side and devoted themselves to selling all her ideas. Is she not receiving enough of a wage from them? I sat in one of her demo classes up at Glasgow 2 years ago and there was these to wee lasses about 10 and everytime they asked something she ignored the bairns. The adults got fauned over, but i hate to tell her, but these bairns are her buyers of the future. They are the crafters of the future. I notice that C&C has a number of Scottish customers but i see we're not good enough for them to come up to the major show that we have. Is it to far for their petty cash to run to? i wonder.
Anyway off my soapbox, congratulations to the winners of the blog candy, i hope you have fun with your prize when it arrives.
Thank you for the extra energy yesterday Cameeli, but it got used up very quickly, but i had a great day out. Got 2 of Susan Teirneys flower dies that were reduced to fit my pocket. Hope everyone as a lovely day and the weather is a wee bit better where you are,
Love and crafty hugs
Norah (Glenochil)

val jones said...

Good Morning Sue. WOW, how interesting. It´s need me to be sitting down with a coffee and concentrate.
Love Val in Spain x

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue, I love this technique as it's so effective and can be flat for posting. The colours on this card are beautiful.x

Carole Z said...

Hi Sue, great card! I haven't used this technique in a long time..must give it a go again, hugs Carole Z X

Fieldsend said...

Mornings Sue, like others love this technique and the card is lovely and fresh. Have a great day.

Love June
xxx

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Lovely card Sue

jean.phillips1 said...

Morning Sue, beautiful card, love the stamping and the colours used. Love Jean xxx

Anonymous said...

Thanks for another great video, Sue, and all the tips. Saw you do similar on C&C and was very impressed but don't think I'll have a go as no confidence. Just wonder if there's a way it would work with patterned paper? Time for a play!!

'P' in Wales

Anne Crawford said...

I love the brightness and freshness of this card and can't wait to give this technique a try could be a good one to use for men using male type stamps.i agree with Norah about Stephanie W. and about C&C not coming to the Glasgow Shows for the past couple of years ( I can't manage myself to the March one as I go on holiday shortly after and don't want to do two trips down, but will really miss not going ) I must admit though I do have a couple of the tattered lace dies and I love how they have a non stick coating and the pieces just fall out I do wish other dies had this coating also.
Hope you all enjoy Sue's video as much as I did it's really great! Have a good day xo

Debbie Tinks said...

Love the card Sue .happy crafting x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - these colours together are very striking and it is a great technique. I am looking forward to watching the video later. Best wishes
YvonneMayxx

marg said...

Good Morning Sue!
Guess what? Its raining again!
Sunday and Tuesday were beautiful.. then it reverts to this darkness again, thank goodness the card today is bright and cheerful!
I watch the video and amazed how prettier the cards seem ..roll on Sunday!
Love Marg

MRS DUCK said...

Good morning Sue and everyone.
Will have to watch the video later but the card is fabulous. The colours are so vibrant.
Have a great day.
Ang x

Gail said...

Morning Sue,
I love this card, the colour is brilliant. I will watch the video later when I get some peace to study it.
Gail Cx

Janice Wallace said...

Fresh and spring like. Keep this up Sue and I will be drawn into stamping.
Janice W

Denise Hancock said...

Hi Sue lovely card - great video. Denise X

Jayne S said...

Love this, will be trying it later. Thsnks Sue.

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
Really fresh looking card today- very Spring like. Great for such a miserable day. Will have to watch the video later but I'm sure it will be great full of techniques etc. I do agree about C&C With Stephanie, since she came back, she does seem to have taken over & have to say, she is not my favourite presenter! Sorry if that sounded very bitchy! Love Alison xx

Ann said...



Hi Sue

Beautiful card love this technique thankyou for the video

Hugs Annx without an "e"

Helen Kington said...

This is a lovely card and thank you for showing your piercing again as I haven't quite mastered this as my lines go a little wonky!! Helen xx

nancyd said...

Morning Sue, a delightful card I
remember you showing us this before
but we forget till you give us a reminder
which we are all gratefull for I love the
colours you have used and this stamp
is gorgeous and the video is great.
I agree about C&C not coming to Glasgow
as this is my local show but the last
time they came it was Nancy and Leoni
but they only had the cuttlebug and
one of the big cutting machines so
I don't think
they done very well as we had them I
spent quite a bit of time talking to
them and they were great. but creative exspresions doesn't come either
so you'll have to have a word Sue as
Chloe and Barbara Grey and Steph. and
Princess Pinflair always take the time
tocome see us.
Nancyd xx

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, lovely fresh card, saw you doing the demo on C&C, and loved it, good to have the video to fall back on. Take care everyone, very stormy here today in Central Scotland. Jess xx

Sandie Braithwaite said...

I love this, going straight up to craft room to try idea.

Lynn (delphinoid) said...

Gorgeous Card Sue!

I love the colour of this card and I love the panel stamping, such a lovely effect which I really must have a go at. Thanks for the great video.

Happy Crafting!!! :) X X

Sheila - Ginger said...

Morning Sue,
Wow what a clever idea to put the black mats behind each layer to make it look as if there was no void. Well done and a fabulous card too.

Love Sheila xx

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Gorgeous card, love the triple stamping and the colour
Best wishes, Pat

hollyberry said...

A beautiful card,love the colours and that flower stamp.

Laura O said...

Sue this is a lovely card ,Laura O

Alison Couchman said...

A fabulous fresh card to cheer up a dreary-looking day here in Suffolk. I had to watch the video as I thought there must be some incredibly complicated way to stamp each layer separately then somehow get them all to line up. Didn't even occur to me that you would do them all at once. I love this idea and will have to give it a try.

I need to practice my piercing as I always end up with a wobbly bit. This is a different style of card and it's good to see such variety of techniques. Thanks Sue.
Alison

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, I have watched you do this before and it looks great , lovely card love Jean Z xx

hotpotato said...

fab idea Sue. Today I am actually going to have a fun session cutting out your new dies I just bought.....finally got some time to do so!

rachel said...

gorgeous greens - love this card xx

Erica said...

Morning Sue,
What a very pretty and unusual card. Must give this a try.
Erica x

June Horrocks said...

Wow sue the card is lovely and the Vidio thank you so much for sharing have a good day love always June xxxx

ladyweir said...

Morning Sue fabulous card I like this technique and thank you for showing how to do it so clearly and also for showing your great tips

baconbits said...

Morning Sue
A fantastic card today, love the colours and all the techniques used.
A very fresh and spring like card.
TFS
Hugs
Amanda x

camelot67 said...

Good Morning Sue,

Once again another stunning card to start our day. I think I saw you demonstrate this on TV a while back but never got around to giving it a try. Unfortunately I can't watch your video until a little later today, but I think I might just give this technique a go despite the fact that I am not a good stamper. Thank you for sharing this with us and I hope you enjoy the rest of your day.
Margaret A.

Lacelady said...

Beautiful card Sue, love the stamp you used, and so effective on that fresh looking background.

Joanne K said...

A very pretty and cheerful card and video today. Looking forward to Sunday's shows. I hope we will be getting a sneak peek. Kind regards Joanne K x

Helen Barker said...

Love doing this technique.Great card Sue x

Maryann Laursen said...

A very beautiful card, even thoug it´s not quite my taste in color, I must admit, but it´s really cool made and in another color, it´ll be sooo beautiful.

Anonymous said...

WOW Sue, how lovely, is this card. The colours, stamp and technique. Will watch video later tonight.. Can't Wait!
ValC xx

Jackie Durrant said...

Good morning Sue, super video for a super card, love the colours and you explain the technique so clearly, thank you, love from Jackie D

Jacquie said...

HI Sue,

This is a fabulous card, love the details and technique, shall have to have a go at this sometime. Love the background technique too.

Love & Hugs

Jacquie J xxx
http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk

Sheila Lampard said...

Hi Sue, A lovely fresh Spring like card. I couldn't wait for coffee time so I could watch the video. Good techniques so I think I might try today if I get time!
With regards to C+C I think there are a few presenters who prefer the sound of their own voices and what they have and haven't done!! Rather than concentrate on the guest and their products!!! You can guess who I may be talking about....
Sheila x

sonia said...

Hi. Great video showing this technique and the paper piercing tips too. Love the stamping so will definitely have to try. Beautiful card - thanks for sharing xx

jane stillman said...

Love the colour and design Sue - will be watching the video later - thanks for sharing x

Cardgenie said...

Really gorgeous card Sue. Very different to your normal style but very pretty. Jean.x

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a lovely card. Spring colours to brighten a dull day. Thanks for the inspirational video.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue
This technique looks really effective. Must give this a go.
Love
Irene Allen

Cameeli of Richmond said...

Sue Oh my goodness, I can't wait for home time the rest of my eagerly awaited order's has arrived and I am desperate to get home and play. I How I wish I had a crafting companiaon in my neck of the woods to share with. I decided to have a cuppa and wait for it YES a KIT-KAT!! and a sneeky peek on the blog and I agree regarding C&C it Is profit, profit, profit!!
I can barely stand to watch it with the sound on only time I am interested is if Sue or Julia and Co, brabara. its so nice to have our blog and no distractions from bonus chasing presenters!! Norah glad you had a nice time. Well must get back to it, catch you tomorrow.
Cameeli xx

Cameeli of Richmond said...

Sue Oh my goodness, I can't wait for home time the rest of my eagerly awaited order's has arrived and I am desperate to get home and play. I How I wish I had a crafting companiaon in my neck of the woods to share with. I decided to have a cuppa and wait for it YES a KIT-KAT!! and a sneeky peek on the blog and I agree regarding C&C it Is profit, profit, profit!!
I can barely stand to watch it with the sound on only time I am interested is if Sue or Julia and Co, brabara. its so nice to have our blog and no distractions from bonus chasing presenters!! Norah glad you had a nice time. Well must get back to it, catch you tomorrow.
Cameeli xx

Anonymous said...

Belinda Raven said....

Hi Sue, today's video is a special gift to me - I missed you showing how to do the triple panel technique and it's a design I really like. I am a very happy bunny as I have a craft day with family on Monday and I will share your fabulous TPT ( triple panel technique) as well as your signature pierced edge!

Hugs, Belinda. X

Lynne Mills said...

Hi Sue, love the colours on this card. The triple panel stamping looks soooo good. Another technique to have a play with. lol from a wet Southampton lynne m x x x x x

Pinky said...

Hi Sue must try the inky technique and thanks for reminding me I should do more stamping!
When I've done a 'layered stamping' like this I just use a marker to edge the panels...think I like yours better!! What a surprise!
No crafting today cus I'm off to play in my greenhouse- the only place outside that's dry! Vicki

Karen said...

Such a beautiful card. I loved the video, I'm definitely going to try that technique :) I've actually bought that ruler so that I can have a go at the piercing around the card.
Thank you for always bringing us such beautiful cards & different techniques to try :) Karen.Edwards. N.Wales

hazel said...

Hi Sue
I have never done Triple stamping before but WOW i love the look of it your card is Stunning.Thank you for the Video which i will watch while making a card.Thank you for this wonderful Technique Sue
Take care
Hazel G x

terrie said...

Great looking card and you did an excellent job showing how it was done...
Well done Sue

Beryl Treble said...

Hi Sue, love the card. I tried this technique with the sunflowers stamp. I ended up throwing it in the bin as I'd managed to stamp the very last one upside down! Congratulations to all the winners.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue

Gorgeous card - I love the colours. I will have to practice this technique as I have never done it before.
Take care. Bye for now.
Love SandraP xxx

Brenda Lello said...

Hello Sue,
Today's card is really gorgeous, Love everything about it.I saw you demo this technique on C & C a while ago but have never tried it. Having watched you on this brilliant video it's definitely one I'm going to give a try, you make it look so easy, also with the piercing - I've had a few results where I've been just about okay with it, but when you do it you make it look so easy.
Thank you, for all your hard work, energy and enthusiasm you put into everything you do, we are the fortunate ones who in the end reap the benefits - THANK YOU.
Take care love Brenda xxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue and Wilsonettes. Thank you for the lovely card today and of course your very helpful and informative tutorial. I also remember watching this stamping technique a while ago. Many a time I've reached for today's stamp, but had to put it on the back burner for now. Its a beautiful way of stamping Sue, and I will try it one day soon (I hope) need to shake myself up a little and tell myself to get a grip ! I must also admit that I need more practice with my pearcing ruler ! How can something that looks so chuffin easy peasy send you 'gaga' ? I swear the pearcing naughty fairy from my left shoulder jumps down and adds a sneaky extra when Im giving my hands a shake out ! Oh well, maybe I should jot down the various techniques I want to try when I can make myself craft again, like I should make a template folder of the dies I have (such a brilliant idea)
Hope all our lovely ladies are ok today. Our blog is full of TREASURE'S that I call friends and family - with momma being Mrs. W. : )
Hugs to all.
Lancashire Steph xxxxxx

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
Thank you for showing us again (the first demo was on TV for me) how to make this beautiful, lovely card. I love the colours, the design - just about everything on it. Also the way you altered the dies used in the sentiment - I have recently started playing about more with my dies and it is most rewarding, so thank you for steering me in that direction, too.
Hugs, Rose

Jennifer Swandells said...

This colour of green is so fresh looking and it is a great technique Sue. Hugs, Jen xx
Krafty Keepsakes

lydia jordan said...

Hi Sue,
Great card and video, love the stamping technique. The way you have backed the stamped image, gives it definition. Clever.
Lydia
X

Vick said...

I love doing this sort of card, as it can look so different, its like pyramage with cd printing but with stamps, lovely effects can be achieved, thanks for sharing Sue, have a lovely day, hugs, Vick xx http://the-artful-codger.blogspot.com
My YTChannel vixcrafts

Margaret said...

Hi Sue
Oh this card is so fresh looking and so elegant, looks amazing, I shall watch and take close notice of the video later today.
I cannot agree more with all the comments about C & C especially what Norah, Cameeli and Sheila Lampard have to say. I stopped buying from them a long time ago as there are companies who give a much better service and much better prices too, such as IconUK and Sunrise Crafts.
Take care everyone.
Margaret corgi owner

Pauline A said...

Hi Sue, Enjoyed watching today's video especially the piercing technique. Like many other Wilsonettes, I also have problems when trying this out. I can manage 2 sides fine but have trouble matching up at the end. But practice makes perfect or so they say so back to the 'piercing board'. Must try using my stamps to create your 3d effect. Love it. Hugs Pauline A x

Julie Bee said...

Hi Sue

Loving the card today, a definate must try.

Best Wishes

Julie Bee

magpie said...

Helloooo Sue, fellow and new, Wilsonettes! Hoping everybody is okay.....Loving the card Sue. It's a great technique. I know you have done this demonstration before. At least now, seeing it on the video I can, at my leisure, let it go into my brain cells a bit more! Also with the piercing......"Thank you!" Gorgeous card xx Love Karen xx

Sue from Wiltshire said...

Love the card. That is a great technique to use to layer up and stamp in one go. Love the video too, you explain and demonstrate really well. Thank you.

Rosemarie said...

Hi Sue, Bit late today. I love this technique I must try it, seeing it on video makes it so much clearer. Would look good in other colours too.

Love Rosemarie xx

Dawn Louise said...

This is great love it all and certainly eye catching x

Meg said...

Very different technique today Sue..I do like stamping and will have to get my supplies out again.

Dont' go to craft shows any more as people there seem to have very sharp elbows and being small I get jostled about when trying to look at things.
Congratulations to the blog winners.

Margaret O

Mac Mable said...

Just love these colours and the technique you have used. So very vibrant and thank you for sharing x

SusanP, Kent said...

Fantastic technique, brilliantly demonstrated in your video. Loved it. The extra beauty of this technique is that it will work with any colours and any silhouette stamp. Now that's what I call versatile!
Sue

Gail said...

Stunning card xx I watched you do this technique on C&C and luved it then xx how our eyes deceive us xx FAB xx GailT xx

mazzer said...

Hi Sue. Not done this with stamping but have used printed image and cut with circle dies into three. Then laid the bottom one flat, raised the second on foam pads and then the centre on double pads. came out quite good. The recipient was pleased with it anyway.

Hugs
xx

Kate's Cards said...

Brilliant!

Lesley Griffiths said...

Super new technique with the three layers and a good instructional video. A* Sue

Suebak said...

Very pleasing to the eye! Greens, black and white, you cannot go wrong.
Susan x

Jane said...

Plain and simple no frills card.

Jane xx

Tracy Stitt said...

Hi sue. Stunning colours I've seen u do this on c&c u mSke everything looks so easy! Lol anyways off to keep my beady eyes on the builders!
Love Tracy from killie x

Karen Drew said...

What a lovely technique. I am rubbish at using distress inks with the foam and brushes but have just had a go with the craft mat and the water and am loving the effects. Thank you
Luv
Karen xx

Maggie said...

Hello Sue. What a lovely clean looking card and so achievable. I haven't tried the messy inkiness but really want to. Going to try pinks and purples for a young friend of mine. And no fussy bow - yay! xx Maggie (better without a bow)

Pattyb said...

hi Sue! Love the fresh look you gave this technique! I love it!

Mrs B said...

Hi Sue. Had another mad moment this morning, I looked at your blog first thing, as usual, but forgot to leave my comment! Love the card and the technique. I have seen you demo it and I am so pleased that I can watch the video anytime I want now : ) Only 2 sleeps : )) Take care.

Myra said...

Hi Sue,
I'm running late again! Have just watched the video! This is such a fresh card! Really Spring like. Thank you for making everything so very clear.
Julia says in her blog today that you have done some stamps to match your dies! Another WOW. We shall look out for those! Must admit I did wonder if you would do that.
You have been a very busy lady.
Love to you and all fellow Wilsonettes!
Love Myra

lynda said...

Hellow Sue & Wilsonettes wow this card is beautiful & love the technique I also must try this. Love how you have done the background looks amazing,love this stamp set too. Looks so easy to do .OH to have Sue's crafty brain,but the excellent videos help a lot so thank you for them .
Ruth yes I'm still trying to find my memory I keep looking hoping one day I find it.
Congratulations to the lucky blog candy winners enjoy your prizes lady's.
Love & hugs Lynda Brock from a very wet Broadstairs xx

Lindsay Martin said...

Beautiful and fresh looking card, have had a busy day today mending rugs then managed to make two cards for my daughters 22nd birthday next week using your Californian collection dies ,just loving them Sue xx

Barbara said...

Gorgeous, fresh, spring card. I love the colour green and this card looks quite do-able for me. I love it when you do lots of stamping techniques.

Carol S. said...

Love this technique. Looks really great. Hugs, Carol S.xx

Snuffy Snoo said...

Hi Sue, absolutely love this effect!! It looks amazing!! I must give this a go. Wonder if it will look anywhere near as good as yours??!!! Love Sam xxx

Karen G Ratcliffe said...

Hi Sue,
Really like the 3 layer card and have to try the background technique. Also like your technique for using a die in a different way on your sentiment. Your videos continue to be an Inspiron and visual help. Thanks for sharing, Karen

Jan Sharp said...

Thank you Sue. Another lovely card and a new technique to try. Hope I get some time to try them all soon!! Love Jan x

Vie Carter said...

Very clever technique, will try and give it a whirl

Vie
x

hazel young said...

Gorgeous card love the colours xx hazel

Jacqui W said...

Hello Sue, great card, very vibrant and uplifting. Jacqui

sharon said...

Good evening Sue
Love...love...love..this gorgeous card. The colour palette is exquisite and against the black images and matting it just squeals to be noticed!!
Hugs
Sharon Kirkwood x

Julie Smith said...

Sue, I don't know how you have so many lovely ideas. Please keep it up love the daily inspiration. Jules

Barbara said...

Lovely card Sue. Will try this technique in the next few days Your head must be buzzing with ideas wish I could have but a few of them,

Victoria said...

I love the way you made the background paper with the distress pads - great idea. Love the triple stamping effect too. So effective.

Olive Ann Jones said...

A very interesting tutorial today Sue, I was intrigued, didn't realise there was a ruler for the pricking outline, will have to look for one. Really going to attempt this card so effective. Thankyou xx

Theresa Pace said...

love what you have done with background and he colours you have used are ace. lovely stamping technique as well xx

Maureen Bleay said...

Love todays card Sue. Super background and interesting stamping. Thanks Maureen

christine c said...

hello sue and everyone.lovely card
sue I think it is so different
and I will be trying this one
out for sure. enjoyed the video
sue. from Christine c

Hellma said...

Hi Sue a lovely card and in different colours

Craftycatty said...

Bright vibrant colours... reminds me of summer! Lovely.

CraftyJo said...

I love this technique and your example is gorgeous.

nzillingworth said...

HI SUE
LOVELY CARD, JUST GETTING INTO THIS SILHOUETTE STAMPING, LOOKS WONDERFUL.
BORN AGAIN SPELLBINDER
NADINE HUG XXX

brenda said...

Hi Sue love the 3 layer technique and the colour is gorgeous-green my favourite colour x

Brenda Hanlon said...

This is a great technique and I love the colours you've used. Will be having a go on this one.

wendy said...

great looking card sue. Messy with the inks but great results
wendy

wendy said...

great looking card sue. Messy with the inks but great results
wendy

TOB said...

Love this technique.gorgeous card. hugs Theresa x

Pearl said...

I love the way you have constructed this card Sue, I must watch the video to see how you achieved it.

A wonderful card anyone would be pleased to receive.

Craftihappiness to you all, love from Pearl

Pamela said...

I really enjoyed the video Sue, think it has inspired me to do some stamping.

Donna Jones said...

Hi Sue,
Love this technique and card, great colours too.
Donna Jones

Anonymous said...

Wow! loving this technique. Thanks Sue. Mabex

kimberley said...

Great idea-very simple clean lines,take care,x.

julie laz said...

Hi sue, loved the stamping I'm gonna try that tomorrow,I was just telling my husband I would know a sue Wilson card anywhere, he said how, so I showed him some of your cards and said well can you see it, he said its the holes init, I laught cos he got it right lol crafty hugs Julie xx

Jean Deane said...

Hi Sue,
Only just got to watch today's video, it's lovely I have the stamp but yet to use it but will be trying this technique. The effect you have produced with the distress ink makes a lovely background must get the peacock feathers such a lovely colour. Thanks Sue for the videos I just love watching them.
Hugs
Jean D
Xx

Alice G said...

Hi Sue, watched the video yesterday but was so taken by this idea that I started to do it and totally forgot to post my comment! It looks so good every time - it's such a neat trick but very effective. Thank you once again for your clever ideas.

Alice xx

Sandy H said...

Lovely card with bright spring colours. Super technique. One for me to try at the weekend.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue
A nice fresh and bright card today reminds me of summer. Loving the stamping technique it looks so dimensional/3D. The butterfly is a nice finishing touch too.
Kayleigh B xx

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Jan.moogie said...

Gorgeous stamping and gorgeous card xx

Annie Pennington said...

Gorgeous stamp. Love the colours on this card.

Linda Matthews said...

You make 3 panel stamping look so easy. I am going to try it! I stumbled upon your site this am. I am glad I did!!!

Thank you for helping us cardmakers!!

Linda

Carol Ann Pendleton said...

whata lovely fresh looking card and now I know why my paper piercing goes wrong so thank you Sue great tip

cmu said...

Hi Sue, Sorry I haven't commented recently. Been too busy coping with all the floods in Wraysbury. Our church has been a Respite Centre and Community Hub. Love this card - it's so clean and fresh looking. Needless to say, I haven't made a card in weeks!! Best wishes, Carolyn