Trinity Stamps – Otter This World

I’m back today with an out of this world card to share with you featuring some fun stamps and stencils from Trinity Stamps! Since it’s Trinity’s 3rd birthday, I’m sticking with the birthday theme as long as possible to keep the celebration going!

To start my card, I inked up a black cardstock panel with distress oxides using the space swirl stencil. Then I spread Thermoweb transfer gel blanco through the starstruck stencil and set it aside to dry. While it was drying, I turned my laminator on to heat up and stamped images from Otter Space to color with my copics. Then I used the coordinating dies to cut the images out. I stamped and heat embossed the bowl for the fish onto acetate and die cut it as well.

Once my panel was dry I ran it through my laminator with silver decofoil for a set of fabulously shiny stars in the background! Then I die cut this with a slimline stitched panel. Next, I stamped and heat embossed my sentiments on black cardstock and used the sentiment strip die from Sending Hugs to cut them out. I added foam squares to my images and popped them on the stenciled panel.

I also die cut a silver glitter cardstock panel with the largest slimline stitched panel die and start assembling the layers. Using liquid glue, I adhered the silver glitter to a white card base, then foam tape to adhere the stenciled scene to that.

Moving on to finishing touches, I added glossy accents to the helmets and buttons of the otters and also to the little crater dots on the moon rocks and planet.

Such a super fun, otter this world card that I am excited to share with someone!

Products used on today’s card:
Otter This World stamps and dies
Slimline Stitched Panels and Windows dies
Sending Hugs dies
Space Swirl stencil
Starstruck stencil
Thermoweb Transfer Gel Blanco
Thermoweb Silver Decofoil
Glossy accents
Copic markers

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

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