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Trinity Stamps Birthday Blog Hop

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Hello everyone!! Welcome to the highly anticipate RELEASE DAY for Trinity Stamp Company’s first birthday!! Such an amazing year it has been for them, and what better way to celebrate than with all of YOU!! I am excited to be a part of the big party today, and there is TONS of inspiration to be found!

Of course, where there is a birthday party, there are PRESENTS! One reader will be randomly selected to receive a $20 Trinity Gift Card and Birthday Surprise Gift. Leave a comment on all the blog stops for a chance to win!

I have 3 cards to share with all of you today, each a little different than the next!

First up is a duo of cards featuring the Fairy Wonderful stamp set. I absolutely love succulents, and have collected fairy figurines for years….this set is too cute for words!!

For the first one, I ink blended a bristol card base with Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide ink, and a smidge of Spun Sugar Distress Oxide ink. Then I heavily spritzed the panel with water and blotted off the excess. My stamps were stamped also on bristol paper with VersaClair Nocturne ink and then watercolored using Tombow Dual Brush pens. I had a lot of fun trying to blend out my succulents to look realistic. I layered the succulents in a cluster, and then popped up the larger fairy in the middle. The sentiment finished it off and the card was complete! There are also coordinating dies for this set to make life sooooo much simpler, you can find them here.

My second card I chose to attempt to create rainbow fairies! They were stamped and colored the same way as I previously did and then mounted on a dry embossed cloud panel. The rainbow die was the perfect addition for the rainbow fairies. I colored it with the same markers The sentiment is the Kind One Sentimini and is a FREE gift with purchase over 50.00!! Purchases over 100.00 will receive the coordinating word die set as well! I am in love with the Sentimini sentiment builders Trinity Stamps has to offer, and the newest additions are perfect!

Lastly, I HAD to play with Picture Sentiments. This sets takes me back to reading Highlights Magazine as a kid and trying to figure out the picture puzzles!! Now I get to make them! I created a simple slider to reveal the “answer”. CAS is not my normal go to style, I have issues with white space, but it totally worked for this card! The coordinating dies for this are in the shop too!

I am the last stop for this ahh-mazing party! If you started somewhere in the middle, trail back to Trinity Stamps to continue hopping! You definitely don’t want to miss out on any of the fantastic designs being showcased today.

Here is the line up of FABULOUS designers celebrating with me today:

Trinity Stamps

Angelica Conrad

Barb Engler

Bobbi Lemanski

Brenda Noelke

Caly Person

Carly Tee Minner

Christine Burillo-Kirch

Courtney Kreeber

Daniel West

Emelie Hessler

Emily Mydlowski

Jeannie Lieu

Jennifer McGuire

Jessica Frost-Ballas

Kathy Racoosin

Katie Brooks

Kelly Latevola

Lisa Cisneros

Laurie Willison

Shanna Slater

Here are the specials for this Celebration!

As always, thanks so much for dropping by…Be sure to follow me here and on Instagram to keep up with all my caffeinated adventures!

See you soon!

~Shanna

26 thoughts on “Trinity Stamps Birthday Blog Hop

  1. I love the cute fairy butterflies. And the succulents are my fave of the release. All of your cards are just wonderful.

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  2. Three lovely cards! My favorite is the fairy with the succulents. I love the background with the colors of the images!

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  3. Fantastic cards! My favorite is the card with the fairies and the cloud background. I also really like the background on the first card.

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  4. I love these fun cards. The Succulent Sparkle set is wonderful and I love the fairies. Like you, my oldest granddaughter (now 15 years old) has collected fairies since she was a little girl and even though she’s older, she’d love that one.

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