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Hello everyone! It's Amber here with this weeks Feature Friday Post. Today I am sharing this colorful double stamped card. I used one of the images from the Vintage Domino Melange Cling Stamp Set. If your a regular PWP follower then you know this is one of my favorite sets and I have been using it a lot lately. I can't seem to help myself, so I hope you don't mind me sharing another card. Below is a quick little tutorial on my process for double stamping.
I started by choosing an image and two different colored ink pads that coordinated with my patterned paper. I used Versa Color's Peony and Sage for my image.
First I stamped my image in Peony onto a white piece of cardstock. I usually like to stamp the darker color first and then add the lighter color over the top.
Then I inked up the same image in Sage and stamped it directly over the first image. You can see in the photo above that the Sage ink lightened up the Peony ink but the two colors still blended nicely together. You might want to try combining different colors and double stamping the image a few different times onto a scrap piece of paper first before trying it on your cardstock, it can be a little tricky lining the image up.
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Supplies: Cardstock- White, Sage, Peony / Patterned Paper- Heidi Swapp's Mixed Company Collection / Paper Wings Productions Cling Stamp Set- Vintage Domino Melange / Versa Color Ink Pads- Sage & Peony / Selky Thread- Sage / Sewing Machine