One of the games I love to play is Stamping Survivor (based on the TV show Survivor). Basically the way we play the game is there is a random drawing and each of the players is assigned one of the Survivors (from Blood vs. Water). As soon as our Survivor is out of the game, we have to make a hand-stamped card for each of the remaining players. It's a great way to get more card samples and it makes watching the show that much more fun.
This season I was assigned Rachel. If you watch Survivor, you know she was the third person out of the show. So here's the card I made for everybody.
I wish I could remember the name of this technique where you stamp on different layers, but I don't. I saw it on SplitCoast several weeks ago. I would love to add a link to the tutorial, but I can't find it. They are all listed alphabetically by name (which again, I can't remember) and there are 55 pages of tutorials to search through. When I find it, I will add a link. If I can't find it, I'll make my own tutorial. It's a beautiful technique and it's very easy to do.
Thank you all for helping me find the technique. It's called "Triple Stamping."
I stamped the leaves in various fall colors and then I stamped all of the outline images in Chocolate Chip ink. After that I used my Cajun Craze marker and the Spritzer tool to spray ink all over the card. It sounds messier than it is and it adds such a pretty look.
I stamped the sentiment on card stock, cut it out with a Framelit, and then sponged ink around the edges *before* I took it out of the Framelit. That way it has a small Vanilla border around the edges. I layered it on a piece of Crushed Curry card stock (that was cut out using the same Framelit set) and some ribbon.
I stamped a simple leaf on the inside of the card and finished it off with a little more of the color spritzing. This card definitely put me in the mood for the upcoming holidays. If you use the smallest layer on the front of the card, it would make a great name tag for the table at Thanksgiving. Hmm, maybe I need to see about stamping a Thanksgiving dinner table setting. So many possibilities. Thanks so much for stopping by!
Stamps: Blooming with Kindness, Gently Falling
Paper: Very Vanilla, Cajun Craze
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Cajun Craze, Crumb Cake, Pumpkin Pie, Crushed Curry
Accessories: Spritzer Tool, Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding, Sponge
Big Shot: Apothecary Accents Framelits