New Video: Two-Layer Stamping with Snapshot

Yesterday I shared a fun card with a camera and a fun sentiment.  Today I’m sharing a new video that touches on the pattern selections and shows you how I created this two-layer effect as the sentiment runs seamlessly from the card front to the front of the camera.  It’s a simple and fun technique.

Before I share the video, here’s a quick look at the card I shared (you can click on the picture of the card to read more about the project in yesterday’s blog post):

Snapshot, So You, Flashback Designer Series Paper, Stampin' Up!, Brian KingAnd here’s my video:

Stamp Sets:  Snapshot, So You  Papers:  Pool Party, Flashback Designer Series Paper  Inks:  Tuxedo Black Memento  Accessories:  Stampin’ Dimensionals

I hope this video inspires you to evaluate your stamp collection and find opportunities to overlap your stamped images.  Fun times!

Thanks for stopping by today!


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  1. I loved your video tutorial. I especially loved the info on pairing patterned paper with patterned paper, something I find very difficult to do. Thankyou!!

  2. Thanks, Brian, for the video and the GREAT tip! So much easier to fussy-cut the camera than the word. Love your cards and your explanations of how to choose coordinating DSP. Thanks!

  3. Super clever Brian, WOW!! you can’t even tell you cut out parts of the word!!!
    I thank you for the explanation on how to combine pattern paper with pattern paper, this is very difficult for me, my eyes go all crazy, I can’t really visualize the finish project but your tip of how to choose the paper is great.
    Thanks for sharing this really fabulous card and video.

  4. carol christopher

    Thanks for the video, Brian! Very clever!

  5. Brilliant! I thought we were going to watch you cut out the word Smile that you stamped onto the camera. Amazing trick and I love the stamped layering. Thanks again for your incredo-tips. Have a great week.

  6. Aaaaaaaa hhhhhhhha , I knew you had great way of doing it my friend , love it.
    Tfs ,
    Have a great week.
    Hugs and love Frenchie,

  7. Great video Brian! I need to go and investigate all the photopolymer sets as I seem to have missed this one. Somehow you always seem to make what looks difficult easy. Your videos are always fun and helpful and it gives all your fans a chance to see you “in person”. LOL Have a fabulous day and thanks for the terrific video.

  8. What a way to make your card pop…Brilliant!
    And Thank you!

  9. Good morning, Brian! Yesterday I DID wonder exactly how you layered your word; several options came to mind but I wasn’t sure which option you had used. Thanks for showing us all how it was done! Love your blog and your cheery videos! I swear, one day I’m going to trek the US just to visit some of my fav bloggers, you included [of course!!] you’re possibly my first stop! As I’m in Arizona, I suppose I should stop down at Mary’s place first, mmmmm, or maybe last! Hey, I can dream, can’t I?

  10. Thanks for the tip, Brian. I thought for sure that ‘smile’ was a die cut!! =)

  11. Great card and great tip, thanks!

  12. Super idea ! Loved this video because I felt like I was sitting across the table from you !!! Really cute card !
    How about some more informative videos on choosing patterned paper ? I think your blog peeps would love it !

  13. I was kicking myself for not getting that color while it was available, when I thought it was a blendiies camera. Now I don’t have to worry.

  14. Fantastic, Brian! What a great look that is! You are a clever one, for sure.
    You make cutting look so very easy! : )

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