Welcome to Trinity Stamps Sweet Summer Celebration Release! You are currently visiting my blog and you are invited to hop around to all of the blogs, leave a comment and be entered into a drawing to win one of TWO $50.00 USD gift certificates to the Trinity Store.
We have some amazing new Trinity Stamps products to share and awesome inspiration from our Design Team and Special Guests. The Blog Hop ends June 15, 2022 @ 11:59 PM PDT. Winners will be announced on the Trinity Stamps Blog. The release is live, so happy shopping!
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I've created two cards for the blog hop, the first one is using the new super cute Birthday Shark. I colored the shark with Copic Markers and used the coordinating die to cut him out.
I stenciled the background with the Waving Hello stencil in Seafoam, Surf and Ocean inks. The other little fish are stamped with Royal ink.
I die cut rectangles from the stenciled background and staggered them on a white A2 size card panel. The center rectangle is glued directly to the cardstock, the other two panels are popped up with foam tape. I used foam tape behind the shark and the little fish. I stamped the sentiment with Royal ink and used foam tape behind that as well. I finished with Crystal Ball Dewdrop Baubles and a white gel pen for details.
This is a one-layer card, I usually don't make these but, with this awesome large sentiment, it was easy to do. I stamped the Just Keep Swimming stamp with black ink. I added a wave with a black micro pen to the "swimming" sentiment. I thought it would be fun to color it like the ocean with waves. I used Copic Markers for the whole sentiment and bubbles.
I then stenciled the school of fish with the Summer School stencil. I used Lemonade, Grapefruit and Peony inks. I added glossy accents to the bubbles and the water part of the "swimming" sentiment. I just love the look of glossy accents. I also added some white gel pen to the fish. I trimmed the panel down slightly smaller than an A2 size card and adhered it to a white A2 card base.
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