Trinity Stamps – Thankful For You

Happy Thanksgiving friends!!! I truly am so thankful for each and every one of you! I appreciate the comments and messages and our ability to lift each other up and share our awesome creations!

Today I’m over on the Trinity Stamps blog and was super excited to take that opportunity to create a special Thanksgiving card to share with you all.

I had an idea in my head so I started by die cutting the a variety of colors of the middle size in the Slimline Stitched Strips set. I used tape runner to adhere them to a kraft cardstock panel and then used largest Slimline Modern Embossed Panels die to cut that whole thing out. That way the embossed edge goes all the way around. I just love this finished look. Then I cut out the Scripty Thankful and it’s shadow and adhered them together. At this point I thought I would use a different image but it didn’t fill the card like I wanted. So I kept looking and found my SUPER FAVORITE mice from House Mouse and their buddies in Bunny Burrow!

So, after laying my images out to get an idea how many I could fit, I stamped everything and colored them all with my copic markers. I used the coordinating Mouse House and Bunny Burrow die sets to cut the images out and began adhering them. I used a combo of foam squares and liquid glue.

I also adhered the die cut sentiment and decided it would be fun to finish it off so I pulled out the Thankful For You stamp set and stamped the “for you” portion from there. I used the coordinating dies to cut it out and adhered it as well.

Finally, I moved on to finishing touches, which were pretty simple. I used black glaze pen on all the eyes and mouse noses, then glossy accents on the other critter noses. Last but not least, I added some clay cheese embellishments to the mouse standing on the mouse house.

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

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