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Challenge #3- Triple Time Stamp Technique

Hi Club Friends! If you are here for the first time, WELCOME!!!

We just had our official launch party in our Facebook group on the 5th, and it was a blast. We would love for you to visit us there and be a part of a fun group. Also we had our first DT blog hop yesterday. You still have time to hop with us to get to meet the DT team and win some great prizes, we are taking comments until Wednesday.

But first, we have our winner for Video Tutorial Challenge #2- Circle Easel Cards....
#1 Stephanie
(you can send your address to

#3 Jenny
#10 Tine
#14 Karen (Facebook group pick)
Our quarterly drawing from our Top 3 Challenge picks will be in December.  
Please grab your winner SBC badges from our winners page up top!

Now onto our next video challenge...
We are going to be learning how to make Triple Time Stamp Cards. Our tutorial is by Dawn O...

Did you like the video?  Well, its your turn now. Using these techniques, we want to see your Triple Time Stamp Cards.  These are what our great design team made to show you plus tips for you from the DT as they were making their cards...

My tip - Make sure your card base is the same color as your layering
My tip: don't stress if your stamped image doesn't press out nice
 because of the layers, the matting hides all that.

Cindy In Love with PAPER!
Tip:  Use repositionable adhesive if you have it.

Cristina - Vintagepink39
My Tip: Add a little distress to it, it will make it stand out a bit.

Jennyfer - Jennyfer Creates

Tip: Make sure that you follow the designs of your stamping when you are gluing everything back together.

Tip: use an accent gel pen to add additional dimension

Tip: Sometimes embellishments are just not needed.

Granny Ma's Creative Blog
My tip:  make sure your measurements are correct.  This card is just a tad bid smaller than the directions from the measurements I had written down.

Our first club sponsor comes from Scrapping for Less. Teresa is donating a $10 voucher from the store for this challenge.

Thank you Teresa for your support.

We do have some rules for our challenges to make them fair. So please view them at top by clicking the challenge rules/ winners tab.  You can link up your cards below...

Thanks for playing along and please help us spread the news by grabbing our blog badge on the right side bar,
SBC Design Team


  1. How exciting to see my card won. Thanks so much!!

  2. Fantastic eork by everyone congrats !!

  3. Work gheesh pay attention christine lol

  4. Fantastic eork by everyone congrats !!

  5. Congratulations to all the winners! Your cards were great! ~ Marilyn

  6. Fantastic tutorial. Beautiful cards ladies. Can't wait to give this a try.

    Smiles Sher

  7. Thrilled to see my card in your top 3 for the circular easel challenge. Congrats to the lucky winner & other favourites chosen too.
    Tine :)

  8. Your tutorial is wonderful. It should be an example for all video makers to have the materials ready before you start. You make a great teacher and I'm going to go try this technique!! Thanks so much.

  9. ohhh wow what a great technique! Love it! I'm going to have to try this out this weekend!


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