Repeat & Multi-Generation Stamping | Make A Card with Tasha

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Hey Crafty People! It’s Tasha and I’m back again for our Make-A-Card inspiration and this week I’m featuring some brand new Catherine Pooler products. Let’s make a simple birthday card design, using repeat & multi-generation stamping; this week I’m featuring some brand new Catherine Pooler products.


Blog repeat and Multi-Generation stamping


What does repeat & multi-generation stamping mean??

These are two simple techniques, that I combined to create a super easy card, really quickly…but it is so much more impressive than just simply stamping ‘Happy Birthday’ onto your card!

Repeat Stamping is exactly what it sounds like; you stamp the same image or sentiment multiple times. Using a MISTI (or similar stamping tool) makes this so much easier; you can load the stamp, then slide your cardstock up to stamp again!




Multi-Generation Stamping means stamping multiple times without re-inking; this gives a lighter colour.

Here I stamped three times without re-inking, and I used a tip I got from the awesome Carrie Rhoades; if you breathe onto the stamp it will remoisten the ink, just enough to stamp again. So that’s what I did for the third stamping, and it worked SO WELL.



I love these new colours from Catherine Pooler; I used Merlot which is a gorgeously rich, dark burgundy and the new Big Happy stamp set, finishing the sentiment with Gold embossing.

As always I am so grateful for you spending this time with me!

Check out Instagram to see the Reel!

I’ll be back next week for more inspiration!

Stay Crafty!!!



Don’t forget to use code natashapapertree for 10% off your order!

Find the card and ink supplies here and the basic craft supplies here


Find more inspiration by Tasha here at the Tutorial blog

and around social media at her blog, YouTube, Facebook & Instagram

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