Trinity Stamps and WoW Collaboration Hop

Hello Friends! Welcome to the WOW! Embossing Powder and Trinity Stamps Collaboration Blog Hop. I’m so excited to be sharing a couple cards with you during this fun collaboration hop. I hope you are having a great time seeing all the beautiful creations from the entire hop and thank you for stopping by to take a look at what I’ve created.

Since this is a Collaboration Hop, we also have some fun giveaways! We have two prize packages to giveaway and all you have to do is leave comments here and along the hop for a chance to win. Check out the bottom of the post for prize package details and the entire blog hop line up!

Pretty in Pink & Little Sprinkle of Gold
With the cold weather, I’ve been craving Spring and when I crave Spring I tend to start creating with pastels (especially pink) and floral designs. The Opaque Pastel Pink is a wonderful color and what I really enjoy about the WOW! Embossing Opaque colors is that they look totally different when applied to white card stock vs. a color card stock. With this embossing magic in mind, I decided to create the same Thank You Card Design but different color card stock.

The Fun Supplies:

The Embossed Background:

  1. The number one most important step: Apply a Static-free powder to your card panels.
  2. I then stamped the floral image from Hello Sweet Friend several times on the white and pink card stock panels. 
  3. Then I added the Opaque Pastel Pink Embossing Powder and applied heat to emboss the images on the card stock.
  4. Then in the extra spaces between the floral designs I stamped the greenery images. Then I heat embossed the images in Metallic Gold Rich Regular Embossing Powder. 
  5. For a little extra dimension, I added in some Prismacolor pinks to the rose images. 

The Gold Embossed Sentiment: 

I was so in love with the Gold Embossing from the leaves, I needed more gold 🙂 
  1. To create the gold embossed square behind the sentiment block, I took the WOW Embossing Pad and smooshed it all around two white card stock squares. 
  2. Then I heat embossed the gold to the card stock. 
  3. I stamped Thank You from Hello Sweet Friend with the Embossing Pad and heat embossed with more Metallic Gold. 

Finishing the Card:

  1. I layered the gold embossed square and sentiment square together with thin foam dots. 
  2. Adhered the Embossed panels to a white and pink card stock base and then adhered the sentiment to top/center of the embossed patterned background panel with thin foam dots. 
I hope you enjoyed how these two PINK and GOLD cards came together and are inspired to use your embossing powder and Trinity Stamps in new ways. 
Prize Package Details: Six powders (at the winners choosing) + carrying case from WOW! Embossing Powder to one lucky winner & Trinity Stamps has an amazing pack of goodies with Stamp, Die and Embellishments for another lucky winner!! Giveaway winners will be announced on Wednesday, M
arch 6th 2019 on both Trinity Stamps & WOW! Embossing Blog. 
Make sure you hop along and see all the other amazing cards. Don’t forget to leave comments throughout the hop for a chance to win!
Blog Hop Line Up:
Big Paper Hugs!
Emily M.

Hopeful Flowers: One Stamp, Three Ways | Trinity Stamps

Hello, Hello, Hello and Happy Monday! It feels like forever since I last posted here. I’m excited to get back into the blogging of things. This Monday, I’m up on the Trinity Stamps Blog sharing three small but bright and cheery cards using the 3×4 Hopeful Flowers Stamp set.

This was one of my first stamps that started my Trinity Stamps collection and still one of my absolute favorites. It’s a small stamp but big on impact. The floral images are so much fun to color and can be arranged in so many different ways using the matching dies.

The Ellen Hutson Folk Heart Dies also made a comeback into one of the cards. I cannot express how much I LOVE this die set. Let me try: “I Loooooovvvveeeee this die set.” The hearts have this amazing shape that can be used on so many different ways on so many projects.

Friends, I hope you will join me over at the Trinity Stamps blog for all the details.

Until, next time…Big Paper Hugs!

Emily @popsofpaper