Trinity Stamps – Sneak Peek Week

Hey friends! It’s been a minute since I’ve checked in. I hope you’re all doing well. I’m back and sharing a sneak peek today of the upcoming release from Trinity Stamps. Today I have a card featuring a new die called Moonlit Town and a stamp and die combo called Nightscape Scene Builder. These work perfectly together but also great on their own too!

For my card today, I ink blended a background night sky with distress oxide inks in seedless preserves, wilted violet and blueprint sketch. Then I went around the edge with distress ink in black soot. I spritzed the panel with water and flicked some gold watercolor on it for stars. Then I cut this panel and a black one with the embossed edge rectangle stack dies.

I stamped and heat embossed a sentiment and ghost in white. I die cut some fog from vellum which gave me the idea to heat emboss my witch on vellum so I didn’t have any stark white outlines on a card without white anywhere. To fill in the sky a bit I stamped some really cool bats off to one side and started assembling my layers.

I added foam to the back of the black panel and stuck my vellum fog bits to that, then I adhered it to the ink blended panel. Next, I popped my witch up with foam squares. Last, using liquid glue I adhered the whole thing to a white card base.

Let me just say that this new Nightscapes Scene Builder set has much more to offer than Halloween too! These cards are going to be happening year round! It’s so much fun! Stay tuned for all the goodness to come to the store this Friday, Aug. 27!

Products used on today’s card:
Moonlit Town die
Nightscapes Scene Builder stamps and dies
Modern Embossed Edge Rectangle dies
Distress Oxide Ink – seedless preserves, wilted violet, blueprint sketch
Distress Ink – black soot

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

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