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Hinge or Step Stamping

January 24, 2019

is just so easy when you use the Stamparatus.

I stamped “Thank you” from the Love What You Do stamp set using Lovely Lipstick ink.  I stamped it four times moving the hinge down one step each time without re-inking.  So not only do I have a lovely lined up image but I also have a beautiful ombre look.  I attached the stamped card to scored and folded Lovely Lipstick card.  I stamped the flower image onto Whisper White card using Memento Tuxedo Black ink.  I stamped the flower fill image using Lovely Lipstick and added a few leaves in Call Me Clover ink.  The image is cut out using the Layering Ovals Framelits Dies.  I cut out a scalloped oval from Lovely Lipstick card using the same dies and attached it to the left hand side of the card front.  I attached the image panel over the top using dimensionals.

To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped the flower image onto the lower left hand corner of Whisper White card using Memento Tuxedo Black ink and Lovely Lipstick.

Have I made you curious as to how I created this card?  Maybe you should watch this video by Shannon from Stampin’ Up! to see how this technique is made super simple with the Stamparatus.

My card doesn’t get quite as fancy as Shannon’s however I could never do this without the Stamparatus.  If you don’t have a demonstrator and you live in Australia, please contact me so that we can organise to get one into your hands.

This is quite a simple card but the hinged stamping takes it to another level.

Bye for now,

Kris

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