GrowingInUnity Unity Stamp Company Craftisan Studios Kim Rippere

Each day this week I will be posting a new project made with Unity Stamps.  I decided to have a theme for each day and will also be including some older Unity projects at the end of each post.  Today’s theme is triptych.

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613 Honorable MentionI colored Andie Girl a few months ago.  I never put her in a project!  When I was thinking about creating a triptych I went through my stamps and saw her.  I knew that she would be perfect as a triptych.  As always the project grew, changed and morphed as I worked on it.  I love the twist, there are sentiments under the top and bottom panels.  Also, the left side printed paper that is the on the front and back gives this a book-like feel.

Details:

  1. Card Base:  Deep royal purple, 8.5 x 5.5.
  2. First Layer:  DCWV card stock – green.  DCWV printed paper – purple pattern.
  3. Panels:  Top – 2 x 3 1/8; Bottom 2 3/8 x 3 1/2; two scored at 5/8.
  4. Image:  Unity Stamps – Andie Girl, colored with copics.  For the details about how I did this image, please click here.
  5. Rosette:  Scrap paper, rosette die, and matte gem.
  6. Inside:  Pale yellow card stock and cut with a Silhouette file.  The flower stamp is a Unity Stamps that I received as a winner, inked with Whispers – Port Wine.

Submitted:

  1. Art by Miran
  2. 613 Avenue Create
  3. Crafting From the Heart
  4. Creative Fingers
  5. Sister Act Card Challenge

Goodies:

 


 

Additional Triptych Projects

Flower in Vase

Muddy Spring Flowers

Craftisan Studios Brass Dog

 What's the Deal with the Dog?

 If this inspires you let me know!

Questions?  Ask!

31 thoughts on “{GIU} Andie Girl Triptych

  1. Love your cards! I love Unity Stamps! I am going to try this technique! Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. Wow – love the Andie girl card – she looks 10 feet tall! Love it! Your coloring is fabulous. Love the sentiments behind the panels – I do that alot with scrapbooking pages (you can say more that way). Looking forward to your week as GIU.

  3. This is a beautiful card! I haven’t seen this technique before, but I love it!

  4. This is so clever and fun! I love how you made it interactive with the sentiments underneath the top and bottom sections. The coloring is perfect and so sweet!

  5. What a fun project!!! Love how it is like several little cards in one! Fabulous coloring.
    <3 J

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  6. I love your dog and the story behind her. What a treasure! I love your technique! I haven’t seen it before but I love how you made it a book. ❤️

  7. What a fantastic job with this image and love how you explained it !!! Unique idea with the triptych…I will have to try it ,,,,Beautiful !!

  8. Lovely. I really like the color scheme. Thanks for joining our challenge at “Crafting From The Heart” and good luck in the draw.

    Hugs from Finland,
    Eemeli {DT}

  9. What A fabulous Creation Beautiful in every way…
    Thank you for taking part in the Art By Miran Challenge … Hugs Tracy

  10. Lovely triptych cards, such a special and interesting way to do a card! 🙂 Thanks for playing along this time at Creative Fingers! Hope to see you next time too! ♥ Tindaloo

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