Trinity Stamps – Slimline Room Builder Scene

Hello everyone! I have a really fun card to share with you today featuring Trinity Stamps products. I had a blast creating a sweet slimline scene filled with some of my favorite bunnies for a great Mother’s Day card.

For cards like this I like to die cut my room pieces from white and use my blending brushes to ink them up in the colors I like. The exception to this thought are the chair rail and base board which I cut from kraft cardstock this time. They are really skinny pieces and easier to cut from the color you want.

I stamped and colored images from Dust Bunnies and Dir-tea Bunny for my characters in the scene and then decided to use smaller images from the Dust Bunnies set to fill in the “pictures” in the frames for the wall.

I used liquid glue to adhere the pieces to my scene and then a combination of liquid glue and foam squares to adhere my bunnies down. I chose a sentiment from the A Sentiment For (almost) Everything set and cut it out with a banner from the 4-bar Card die set and popped it up with a foam strip.

I did finish things off with glossy accents on all of the bunnies noses. I think this scene is just so sweet and it was really fun to build and customize too! You could change the number of little bunnies you use based on the mom that the card is for and everything. There are so many possibilities.

To make things easier, for those looking for the products I used, I will link them below.

Products:
Dir-Tea Bunny stamps
Dir-Tea Bunny dies
Dust Bunnies stamps
Dust Bunnies dies
Slimline Room Builder dies
A Sentiment for (almost) Everything
4-bar Card dies
Glossy accents

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

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