Trinity Stamps – Warm Heart

Hey everyone! Thanks for stopping by. Today I have a Trinity Stamps card to share with you featuring the Warm Heart stamps and dies that are designed by Love Dani Studio. Her word art is always beautiful and so fun to color! Today I combined the stamp with the paper piecing portion of the dies and threw in a little Thermoweb amazingness for some pizazz!

I started by stamping the image on Bristol Smooth cardstock with versamark ink and heat embossed it in black. Then I used my Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers to watercolor the words. I cut the panel out with a stitched rectangle from the 4-Bar Card die set. Next, I chose some cardstock colors close to the words and cut the pieces for the heart. I used liquid glue to adhere them together and popped them up on the watercolored panel with foam squares.

I cut another panel of the teal cardstock I used for the scarf and hat and taped the first layer of the Catching Some Rays stencil to it. I inked it up with a teal dye ink, then switched to the second layer. For this I spread Thermoweb transfer gel blanco through it, removed the stencil and set the panel aside to dry while I cleaned up. Once it was dry, I heated up my laminator and ran it through with glass slipper deco foil. I trimmed the panel down to 4×5.25 and adhered it to a white card base. Then I popped the sentiment panel up with foam tape over the stenciling.

Here’s a look at the amazing foil in the light. It plays so perfectly with all the teal and looks amazing when you move the card around. I just love how this turned out! It’s just warm and fuzzy looking at it!

I hope you enjoyed today’s card and found some inspiration to create something wonderful to share with someone!

Products used today:
Warm Heart stamps and dies
4-Bar Card dies
Catching Some Rays stencils
Blending Buddy brush
Thermoweb Transfer Gel Blanco
Deco Foil – glass slipper
Stencil Pal
3D Foam Tape
Foam squares

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

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