Trinity Stamps – Hope to Sea You Soon

Welcome back! I hope your week is going well. We’re on the downward end and sailing into the weekend now.

I had an idea pop into my head that I just couldn’t wait to try out and today I finally get to share it with you. It features some new and some older Trinity Stamps prodcuts. Get your gear, we’re heading under the sea again.

The idea that I most wanted to try was layering my distress oxides with the waving hello stencil so that’s where I started. I cut a 3.5×8.5 panel and blended mermaid lagoon, blueprint sketch and seedless preserves. I spritzed it with water and blotted it dry. Then I used both layers of the waving hello stencil with the same colors over the top. I love how this turned out! I inked up another little panel with tea dye and gathered twigs and die cut it with the scenic borders for some sand.

Next, I grabbed shark bait, ocean reef builder and turtlely awesome stamp sets to ink up and get coloring. After that I die cut them with the coordinating dies and started building my scene.

After I decided on placement, I started adhering everything down with liquid glue. I specifically left room for my sentiment in the middle of my scene so I made sure to stamp and cut that out from shark bait as well.

After building my scene, I thought it would look nice to frame it up so I pulled out the scalloped frame die from the slimline envelope builder set and cut one out in white to glue on top. Then I moved on to finishing touches.

For those, I added unicorn Stickles as bubbles and also on some of the coral on the sea floor. Then I gave little bits of shiny to all the critters with glossy accents. Last, I added some shimmer with my Wink of Stella glitter brush pen to some of the plants and the sentiment.

I love how all of these sets go together so well and using them on a slimline card gives you so much real estate to build an awesome scene.

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

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