Hi Friends and Happy Monday! Hope you had a wonderful weekend!
If you are looking for some holiday card inspiration, I’m up on the Trinity Stamps Blog
with my One Stamp, Three Ways Blog Series. I’m featuring the beautiful Joyeux Noel stamp set and I have a quick tutorial on mirror image stamping. Hope you can join me there to see how these three cards came together.
Big Paper Hugs! 🤗
Happy Monday, Friends! So happy you stopped by. I’m up on the Trinity Stamps blog sharing three Holiday-Themed cards with the Winter Botanicals Stamp Set and Coordinating Dies plus a handful of fun Sequins and Sparkles from Trinity Stamps. Hope you can join me at the Trinity Stamps blog to learn more about how these three cards came together. You can also check out how I used this versatile botanical set to create three Autumnal Themed Cards here.
If you’re stopping by and would like to see one of the Trinity Stamps highlighted in the One Stamp, Three Ways post…leave a comment and let me know which set you would like to see me use next.
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Happy Monday, Friends! I’m up on the Trinity Stamps blog
for my One Stamp, Three Ways Blog Post. I’m sharing how I made these three Fall-Themed cards using the newly released Winter Botanicals Stamp set and Coordinating dies along with the amazing Limited Edition Autumn Leaves Embellishment Mix. I hope you can stop by the Trinity Stamps blog to catch all the details.
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Welcome to Pops of Paper and Day Two of the Trinity Stamps Winter Release Blog Hop!
Trinity Stamps is a new stamp company offering fresh new stamp designs, dies, embellishments and other card making fun finds like inks, embossing and tools. Make sure you take at look their goodies in the Sparkle & Sequins
category…it is a card makers candy store! The Winter Release includes 7 Stamps Sets, 7 Die Sets and a flury of sequins and sparkles.
This blog hop is packed with fun & prizes. Please be sure to comment below and all along the hop to enter to win one of FIVE prize packs!!! The hop was so big that it’s covering two days. I’ve included links to both last Friday’s Hop and Today’s Hop and then end of the post.
Magical Holiday Wishes
Holiday Bows and Boughs
This card uses the trees from the Castle Scene Builder Die Set
along with Winter Botanicals Stamps
The little bow is just the sweetest thing ever! All of the stamped images were inked with VersaFine Clair Inks (Green Oasis, Glamorous and Nocturne) which you can grab in the store! The sentiment is from Season Greeting Silhouette
. You must check out the other Design Team Blog Hop posts—they have AMAZING examples of how to use this set with beautiful blended and watercolor backgrounds!
Little Red Trees on the Hilltop
This card uses the Trees & Hill dies from the Castle Scene Builder set. I die cut the trees in red glitter paper and the hills were created by adjusting the hill die at different points on white card stock to give the hills some added movement and there’s that amazing sentiment again from Season Greetings Silhouette set–I was really impressed with how well it worked with embossing powder and heat setting! See those embellishments in the photo background? Those beauties are from the Tree Trimmings Speciality Shaker Embellishment Mix…I love the glitter on these sequins *swoon*.
Here’s a little close-up of all the little elements. The Castle Scene Builder is such a versatile set and can be used all year round.
Bonus: Wizard Birthday from the Pops of Paper Kiddo
The Magical Wizards Stamp set was a big hit with the kiddo this release. Here are her words about the cards she made (a card making blogger in the making).
“Hi everyone! I made 2 Harry Potter cards using stamps from trinity stamps. I made these cards for my two friends for their birthday because it was a Harry Potter birthday. I like Trinity Stamps because they have a lot of embellishments and I like Harry Potter.”
So there you have it Friends, some fun ideas using a few of the new release products from Trinity Stamps. Be sure to head over to all the Trinity Stamp Designer’s Blog Posts for more inspiration showcasing more stamp sets from the release.
Don’t forget by commenting here and at each blog hop stop you have a chance to win a prize pack valued at over $25 each
(5 winners will be selected). Winners will be announced on the blog on November 10th at the following link: https://blog.trinitystamps.com/we-have-winners/
Today’s Blog Hop!
Big Paper Hugs! 🤗Emily M. @popsofpaper
It’s time for new stamps & dies from the amazing Juile Ebersole for Ellen Hutson! This release is full of winter fun. It has me looking forward to the first sweater weather snowfall when snowman come to life and we take a mitten & warm cocoa walk in the frosty and sparkly winter air.
Here’s a link to a quick look at the entire new release! As an extra bonus you can buy the products separately or they have several different bundles at a discount!
I’ll be posting all week a few cards that I created with the new release stencil dies and Snow Days stamp set. I was able to get a jump start on a few holiday cards and I can’t wait to share them with you!
Mermaid Holiday Wishes—Ornament Cards
When I first saw the Alpine Snowfall
die, I could not get the idea of sea bubbles. I knew I needed to pair it with a mermaid tail. Then I realized I could make an ornament from all the different pieces from Alpine Window
and them Mermaid Ornament Card moment was realized. Who can’t help but fall in love with a magical Christmas Mermaid and mistletoe!
Here are a few Fin-tastic tidbits about this card:
- The card front holds the Mermaid Ornament in place!
- With a quick circle cut on the red card panel (using the Alpine Window large circle die) and some thick foam adhesive to the white card base, the ornament can *sit* right in the card.
- It includes lots of glitter: Glitter Paper & Embossing powder
- The little mistletoe is from the recently released Leading Ladies ugly sweater set and die.
- The Mermaid Tail! was created using the Inner Mermaid Stamp and Matching Die.
- To create the waves, I trimmed away the house and trees from the Alpine snow die cuts.
- To create the ornament I secured (with tape) red baker’s twine to the back of the Alpine snow die cut and then glued a 3 inch red circle to the back to hide the string.
Thanks for stopping by and hope to see you again soon!
Big Paper Hugs!🤗