Triple Time with New Horizons

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Grab a cup of coffee because I have another video to share with you today … I’ll show you how cool your cards will look when you team up the New Horizon Designer Paper and Stitched Rectangle dies with the Triple Time technique.

I will highlight two different designs from the New Horizons paper. Sit back and relax and let’s get the video started …

I love how easy it is to create cards using designer paper and the triple time technique. So much texture and style without disrupting the beauty of the paper. Just look and how the lines in the landscaping still align ….

I stamped my greeting and the birds directly onto the designer paper and then added the mats and layered it all together. The little acrylic dots were added to draw your eye around the card, and yes … you may have noticed that I did move one of the dots to the left hand side to create a better balance.

Both of my cards are using the Evening Evergreen as the card base and mats … it highlights the pastels on the first card and really makes the greens pop on our second card.

This layering I not only added dimension but the pretty daffodil flower! You can do anything with this technique and the stunning New Horizons designer paper. Here is a close up of all that dimension …

Thank you for hanging out with me today.

Have an amazing day ~

TODAY’S STAMPIN’ SUPPLY LIST … If you liked the products used in today’s projects, I have links for you below. Just click on the item you would like more information on, or to begin your shopping. It will take you directly to my website. Thank you ❤

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