Introducing Trinity Stamps - A Guest Feature


Welcome friends! I'm super excited to be guesting over at Trinity Stamps today and to be sharing a little peek into this sweet, new-to-me company. Have you had a chance to check them out yet?
Truth be told, I only found out about Trinity when sweet Emily reached out about a collab...But it has me thinking, where have I been!!?

If this company is not new to you, feel free to skip on down to the arty projects, but if it is, o my goodness, can we just talk about how cute all the little stamp designs are?! And all the sparkly things! I must have spent at least an hour oogling everything, and I was sent the most beautiful parcel of goodies to play with. Here are a few little things I've made.


First up, I combined a couple of different sets for this card and settled on a lacy floral theme.


For my tag, I used the Happy Senti-mini stamp set, along with the coordinating die. I added a big, flouncy bow, with a teeny Copic colored rose using the Floral Cross stamp set and dies.
I added a few sequins and sparkly things - if you haven't had a chance you can see all the sparkly rhinestones, crystal hearts, shaker bits, and sequins here. Their selection is really impressive and now having some of the pretties in hand, I can't believe that they're even more beautiful in person!


To finish off my card, I used the Floral Cross stamp set to add a bit of a lacy touch, by heat-embossing a floral design on some aqua cardstock. I added a touch of white color with a gel pen, some Nuvo drops, and a little bit of lace trimming.


For the bitty tag, I decided to keep going with the lacy theme, so I used the gorgeous florals from the Hopeful Flowers stamp set.


I heat-embossed the design onto vellum and used the matching dies to cut the pieces, forming them into a wreath. A touch of pearls adds a pretty sheen - here I used the Something New Baubles.

For my last card, I used the Hopeful Flowers set to stamp a border (which I fussy cut on one side), to help divide my card.

Above the border, I stamped a couple of little florals from the Floral Cross stamp set.
I also added a little shaker, which I cut using some heart punches, dotted up with a white gel pen, and filled with possibly my favorite shaker mix ever - the Unicorn Parade Confetti Mix!


At the bottom, I added a heap of sparklies - the Cocktail Ring confetti mix, Soapy Bubbles sequins, and Berry Blue and Double Bubble Jelly Drop Hearts.


Oh how much fun it was to make these!
I hope they bring some sparkle and shine to your day!

Thank you so much for visiting :)

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12 comments

  1. I'd never heard of Trinity Stamps either, until I won a gc in the recent coffee hop. Haven't been able to decide what to get, so today's post is great for me to see products in action! All gorgeous, creative works of art, Ivana!

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    1. Oh how wonderful! I hope you were able to find some goodies ;) I'm really quite smitten with all the pretty little bits and bobs...I haven't been able to put them down lately! The little hearts being my favorite. Thanks for your visits, sweet friend!

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  2. Gorgeous cards!! I'm wondering where you purchased your crinkly ribbon from that you used on the first card? I can't seem to find any these days and love to use that style on my cards. Thank you!

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    1. Hi there! Thank you so much for the sweet note! I make my own crinkly ribbon. I use a colored mist to dye my seam binding. This way I can always color-match the ribbon to my project. I use either pre-mixed mists, or make my own by adding a few drops of dye ink to water. Hope that helps! xo

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  3. Okay, now I have to go check out their store! Congrats on guesting Ivana, you knocked it out of the park!

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    1. Thank you darling Lisa! You are always so very kind. They have such an adorable shoppe- I think you'll like it!

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  4. Oh my goo'ness girl! Beautiful work! I so enjoy what you create; and thanks for sharing the process with us. Gorgeous detailed cards & tag. I had not seen Trinity
    stamps before - so Thank You!! I'm with Lisa, 'you knocked it out of the park'! : ) Hugs, karen o

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    1. Thank you so much, sweet friend! I feel so humbled by your sweet notes and I hope you know how much I appreciate your encouragement :) I must say, these little bits and stamps and quickly crawled into my heart....I've been using them a fair bit and hope to post more projects soon!

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  5. So GORGEOUS!! I LOVE the blues!! The tag with the vellum is my favorite!!

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    1. Thank you so much, Nora! I love the vellum one too :)

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  6. Hi, Ivana! yes, at last I've managed to stop by … still cannot figure out why your posts are not arriving by email... arrgh!
    Trinity knows exactly who will make magic with their fabulous products! You certainly have worked yours here! love all the feminine beauty, and gorgeous color!
    always.
    =]

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    1. Aww thanks, friend! I'm soooo behind on blog visits myself...But I SO appreciate you popping by and all of your sweetness! p.s. Still not sure why they're not appearing...I can't seem to find the culprit!

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