Friends, Welcome to the Trinity Winter Release Blog Hop!!!!
We have so much excitement in store for you today AND Monday. Yep, that's right, a two day hop, awesome products, amazing DT work and coveted prizes! So hang on for this fun ride and enjoy day one!
This first card shares a magical wizard holiday celebration! I imagine these friends exchanging gifts and enjoying one another's company with some butter beer. So much fun! I stamped and die cut these characters from the new Magical Wizards and Wizard Friends sets. I stamped them, die cut them colored them with my Copics and set them in this snowy scene. I used the tree from the Joyeux Noel to help set the scene along with this snowy DP. Inside I used the Magical Sentiment stamp and die to say, "wishing you a magical Christmas."
My second card you may have seen on instagram, it is just a little 2.5 X 2.5 note-card, so cute!
This one was so simple to make, I simply stamped and cut this sweet wizard, her accent items and her little Pigmy Puff friend. After coloring them all, I put this small bit of DP on the card base and placed my items. I highlighted them with this Freckled Fawn Frame and added Trinity Sequins to give it a little extra pop. Admittedly, the envelope is my favorite of the two, it is so simple, but so cute. A tiny bit of color and glossy accents on the seal and done. The back side of the envelope is fun too, lookie see...Muggle Mail- lol!
Next up is my card using the Winter Botanicals set:
My goal for this card was to make a wreath with the flowers. I die cut this circle and used the shape to set my flowers. I created masks using stamped images on post-it notes and proceeded to stamp what I needed. Once I had the shape I added in my extra leaf and berry accents. I colored this image using my Prismacolor pencils, they are not perfect and even, but the color is soft and fun to blend. I wanted a little more pop in my red so I came back in with my Zigs and didn't add water. I stamped and embossed the sentiment and popped it up in the middle. Then I pulled out paper for the base and distressed the edges with my fingernail. I added the blue strip after using the poinsettia embossing folder, my thought was that the embossing would emphasize the wreath. The last bit of excitement includes adding this gold thread, which you can see below.
OK, hopefully you have enjoyed these peaks. If you want to snatch up these stamps right now, just head on over to the Trinity Stamps What's New page to snatch them up!
Meanwhile, here is the hop line up:
PRIZES: Remember to comment along the way to win one of FIVE prizes. Each prize pack is a $25+ value! Winners will be announced on the Trinity Blog here.
Thanks for stopping here and have a great day!