Trinity Stamps – Candy Jar

Hello everyone! I’m popping in with a second post today to share this fun Trinity Stamps candy jar card. Over on the Trinity Stamps blog today, we’re starting to reveal the 2020 Creative Team. Guess what!?! I’m on it! (Insert happy dance!!!)

Today’s reveal is the admin team and we decided to do a little collab together using the Candy Jar stamp set. Head to the Trinity Stamps blog to check out everyone’s contributions and then stop by tomorrow and the next day for the reveal of the blog and video teams.

There is so much awesomeness lined up for Trinity Stamps this year. It’s going to be amazing!

For today’s card, I decided to mask and stamp all of the candy pieces inside my jar for a one-layer look. It took a while but it’s pretty cool looking and worth the work. After coloring and die cutting, I added glossy accents to the glass portion of my jar and left it to dry.

I used the shine brighter stencil with two pink dye inks and the amazing blending buddy brushes directly on my card front. Then I popped my jar up with foam tape and worked on my sentiments.

I die cut the sweeter sentiment and it’s shadow from the sweet senti-mini die set. The shadow is cut from vellum and the word from silver cardstock. Then I took sentiments from the sweet senti-mini stamp set and heat embossed them in white on black cardstock. The sentiments are also popped up with foam squares.

For simple finishing touches on this card, I added white gel pen accents to the jar and called it good. It’s a really fun card with such a “sweet” πŸ˜‰ sentiment that I didn’t think it needed anything else.

I hope you enjoyed today’s card and will head over to the Trinity Stamps blog to see everyone’s creations.

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

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