Trinity Stamps – Merry Ornaments Slimline

Happy Wednesday everyone! Thanks for stopping by. Today I’m over on the Trinity Stamps blog sharing a slimline card featuring a new cover plate and my favorite alphabet dies of all time!

To create my card, I just die cut the Slimline Hanging Ornament Panel die from white cardstock. I kept all the pieces so that I could color the ornaments with my copic markers. Then I cut the hanger piece of the ornaments from silver foil cardstock and started coloring.

Here’s a look at all the pieces and the copic colors I used on the ornaments. After they were colored I added foam squares to the back of each one and used liquid glue to adhere the silver toppers to them too. Then I adhered the main panel to a white slimline card base and popped each ornament in its place.

I threaded some silver cord from my stash through each one and glued the ends to the edge of the card. After the glue was dry I trimmed off any excess and added white gel pen highlights to each ornament.

For my sentiment I die cut MERRY from the marshmallow alphabet die set in white glitter and black cardstock. I glued the layers together and adhered them to the card front with a combination of foam strips and liquid glue. Then I went digging in my stash for a “Christmas” stamp and found this perfect one in the Tree Rex stamp set. I stamped and heat embossed it, cut it into a strip and popped it up with a foam strip.

Isn’t this card just so much fun!?! I’m so happy with how it turned out and had a blast creating it. I hope you enjoyed it too!

Products used today:
Slimline Hanging Ornaments Panel die
Tree Rex stamps
Marshmallow Alphabet dies
foam squares
liquid glue
copic markers

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

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