However, the process is sooooooooooo simple! The stamped images on the white cardstock are stamped at the same time by sticking the three layers of white cardstock together. I used a bit of repositional tape to hold the pieces temporarily. Use your stamps to build up images on the cardstock. You want this process to be graphically interesting, so you can turn the stamps different directions, use complementary stamps, or use colored ink combinations, as I have done on these card samples.
Once the images are stamped, you can pull apart the white cardstock and adhere the pieces to the colored background cardstock. Remember to add your ribbon before you stick all the pieces together! Here are the measurements for your layered cardstock pieces:
5.5 x 8.5 inches, folded in half to a 5.5 x 4.25 card
4.5 x 3.25 inches
3.5 x 2.25 inches
Whisper White cardstock:
5.25 x 4 inches
4.25 x 3 inches
3.25 x 2 inches
The birthday card was made by using Pool Party cardstock. The stamps used included Birthday Best and the Itty Bitty Banners, along with the matching SU Framelits die. Alcohol markers were used to shade the cupcakes before the pieces were stuck together. A bit of Bakers Twine and a button completed the card.
The Happy Halloween card includes the Spooky wheel, Wacky Wishes sentiment, and Jack of All Trades stamps. Distressing Essentials tools were used to 'rough up' the Happy Halloween sentiment.