Trinity Stamps – Mini Watercolor Frame & Fold Cards

Hello everyone! I’m excited to share a fun trio of cards that I made for my daughter when she was away at dance camp last week. I absolutely love the Trinity Stamps Love Dani line of 3×4 stamps and think they are so fun to watercolor. When the most recent additions release, I just had to have them and couldn’t wait to play!

To create these cards, I die cut the mini card that is part of the Slimline Frame & Fold die set from Trinity Stamps. It gives you this really fun 3×4 miniature card. I cut mine from Bristol Smooth cardstock because I knew I was going to heat emboss and watercolor my images with Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers.

These were so much fun to color and experiment with. I also love that the Zigs don’t bleed through so I didn’t need an extra layer of cardstock to hide anything.

As I said earlier, these cards were for my daughter. She went away to a 4-day dance camp and I thought it would be fun to stash some happy thoughts in her suitcase. After I watercolored each card and let it dry, my husband and I each wrote different messages inside each card so she could open them each day.

Then, I used my WeRMemory Keepers envelope punch board to create coordinating envelopes that went with the colors on each card. I used some fun washi tape to seal each one and tied them together with baker’s twine.

This was silly and so much fun to create! These cards are also perfect for holding a gift card if you wanted to do that too!

Products used today:
Slimline Frame and Fold dies
Rooting For You stamps
Easy Peasy stamps
One in a Melon stamps
Watermark & Embossing Ink
Embossing powder – licorice
Magic Anti-static Brush

Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers

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

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