Trinity Stamps – Holiday Cheer

Welcome back to the start of another week! Thanks for stopping by. My daughter and I have been so sick for the last week but I managed a little crafting in between naps and doctor appointments.

I have been dying to ink this super cute polar bear up from Trinity Stamps Have an Ice Day since it released. I love how you can make him hold multiple different things and the sentiments in the set are fabulous too!

For this card, I stamped my polar bear and hot cocoa, colored them with copics and die cut them. Then I cut a little slit in between the bear’s paws so he could hold the cocoa. Adorable!

Then I took my kraft card base, stamped and heat embossed snowflakes in white across the background. I used my blending buddy brush and inked a light white edge around the card to take off the harshness of the kraft. I die cut a border from some iridescent vellum, backed it with white cardstock so it stood out more and glued that to the card base.

Next I popped my polar bear up with foam squares, heat embossed my sentiment, cut it into a thin strip and popped it up as well. For finishing touches on this cute card I added Wink of Stella glitter brush to the mittens and scarf, and glossy accents to the skates, boot cuffs, mitten cuffs, scarf stripes, bear’s nose and the heart on the mug. Finally, I added a cinnamon red hots jelly drop heart to the end of the sentiment strip.

I am in love with this polar bear! He is the absolute cutest and I can’t wait to make more cards with him! Be on the look out for those.

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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