Trinity Stamps – Hey Chick! Sneak Peek

Hello everyone! It’s sneak peek time for the upcoming Trinity Stamps Sunnyside up release that is happening on Saturday! Super exciting stuff we’ve got to share with you! Today I’m over on the Trinity blog sharing a sneak that peeks a handful of the different sets coming! It was so fun to combine a bundle of secondary images from the sets to create a happy Easter card.

I inked up my background with distress oxide inks to create a faux ground and fun sky. I used mowed lawn and twisted citron for the grass, with spun sugar and tattered rose for the sky. After that was blending, I added the lots of dots stencil and went over the sky with tattered rose again. Then I splattered it with water and flicked watered down tattered rose ink on the panel. Next, I die cut the panel with the largest embossed rectangle die. To create the skinny white frame, I took 2 of those dies and taped them down and cut a white panel.

I used liquid glue to adhere the inked panel to a card base, then the frame to that. Then I used a combination of foam squares and liquid glue to adhere my images down creating my scene. Then I cut the phrase “hey, chick!” from the graham cracker alphabet dies three times and used my quickie glue pen to adhere them together, then to the card front.

Moving on to finishing touches, I added star dust Stickles to the chick cheeks and bits of the butterflies. Then I finished things off with glossy accents on various parts of the Easter eggs, chick beaks and feet, and butterflies.

We’re having an Instagram hop on Saturday so I hope you head there and hop along with us. There will be tons of inspiration and prized to be won too!

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

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