Hello, Stampers! It’s convention week in Salt Lake City and I couldn’t go again this year! Boohoo!! I am happy that Stampin’ Up! allows us demonstrators who have to stay home and “hold down the fort” an opportunity to see what we are missing! It looks like everyone is having a grand time and with the fantastic Holiday Catalog reveal, it was worth the trip for anyone who was able to go. I really hope to go one day…
On to the card… There is a place on the Stampin’ Up! website where we demonstrators are able to make suggestions for stamp sets, punches, Big Shot accessories, embellishments, etc. I had put in a suggestion a while back for a stamp set that had lots of different languages on it. We live in such a multicultural world now and I just thought it would be cool to have a stamp set that reflected that. So, when I saw A World of Thanks in the new Annual Catalog, I was so happy! I would have liked to see more languages but the idea is still there and so, of course, I just had to buy it! When I got it, I realized that it was essentially a background stamp, so then I had to figure out how to use it. The Triple Time Stamping technique came to mind and this card was born. But I wanted to do something a little different by stamping the image in three different colors and then trimming the layers of the first and second images. It was not a “fast and easy” card but it really didn’t take too much time either. I really love the end result! I thought you might like to see the stamped image so here it is:
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