You’ll Always Be….

Hi everyone, Today I’m on the Trinity Stamps Blog! I’m sharing this fun Tea Cup Shaped Card with you today using New Products from Trinity Stamp’s Newest Release! On this project, I wanted to use this Amazing Trini-Tea Cup Card Die Set. I also knew I wanted to ink blend it and use other favorites from Trinity Stamps.

I used a sheet of white cardstock 110lb. and ran the Trini-Tea Cup Card Die through my Die Cutting Machine. I then grabbed some dye ink that is a bit of Red and Pink. I used a Blending Buddy Brush and started inking up my Tea Cup. I had to use some tape to mask areas like the top that I didn’t want ink on. I just used some yellow tape from my stash that holds well but will not rip your project.

I then used the Quilted Pattern Trio Stencils for the Polka Dot Stencil with the same dye ink just with a heavier hand and I was able to get a tone on tone look. Next, I cut out the tea bag die with white cardstock and paper pieced it with a scrap of paper that I had used the Slimline Quilted Cover die on. I just cut the excess off. I ink blended it the same colored ink to match. I then used the New Slimline Paper Pack-Rainbow Brights with the Red and Pink pattern on it for the heart die. I added the heart die with a foam square. I love this Heart Die!

And of course I had to use this adorable bear from the Best-Tea Party stamp set. I used Copic markers to color her in and had stamped her with hybrid black ink on white cardstock. I cut her out with the Best-Tea Party Dies. For the slice of Lemon I used the Rainbow Brights Paper Pad using the pattern paper with the yellow dots and then I used a yellow alcohol marker to give it a little bit of shading. I also glued it to white cardstock and fussy cut around it. I wanted some dimension.

Next, I stamped the sentiment from the same Best-Tea Party stamp Set in the inside of my card with the same dye ink. I love sentiments stamped in the inside of the card.

And Finally, I tucked my tea bag into the rim of the tea cup. I glued my lemon slice onto my Tea Cup Card front and popped my bear up with foam squares. I then added White Gel accents with my gel pen and that completes my Tea Cup Shaped Card. This card fits perfectly in a A2 Sized Envelope and it’s ready to be mailed. I hope you enjoyed my card for today.

Products used in Today’s Card:

Trinity Stamps Trini-Tea Cup Card Die Set

Trinity Stamps Blending Buddy

Trinity Stamps Quilted Pattern Trio Stencil

Trinity stamps Slimline Series Quilted Cover Die

Trinity Stamps Best-Tea Party Stamp

Trinity Stamps Best-Tea Party Die

Trinity Stamps Slimline Paper Pad Rainbow Brights

Thank you for stopping by and Happy Crafting!

Trinity Stamps Layered Tea Cup Stencil

Hi my friends, I have a card to share with you today using Trinity Stamps. I love the New Layered 2 piece Tea Cup Stencil and the A7 Envelope Builder Die. They work so perfect together. Let me show you!!

I first started out with some Neenah Solar White 80lb. cardstock and I cut it down to fit inside my Misti Stamping Platform. I laid down my Tea Cup stencil, the cup portion and to help it to stay down I placed Magnets around it. I applied Tattered Rose Distress Oxide ink using a Blending Buddy Brush. This stencil has so many elements to help you get a realistic Tea Cup. I used doe ink from Pinkfresh Studio for my Tea ink blending and for decoration on my tea cup. I fussy cut out my Tea cup and my handle so that I glue them together. You can Stencil the handle near the cup which I think is what you are suppose to do. I had did them at the same time which left a space. Fussy cutting them helped me save my tea cup from looking funny.

I used the A7 envelope Builder Die set to make a coordinating envelope. I also used the scalloped rectangle die with kraft cardstock to create my panel for my tea cup. The cute flower on the stencil I used to ink on my panel with Tattered Rose Distress Oxide ink to match. I then used the leaf die and tea bag from the Trini-Tea Cup Card Die using white cardstock. I used a green ink to ink my leaves using Mint ink from Pinkfresh Studio. Next, I stamped and heat embossed the sentiment from Best-Tea party on the same kraft cardstock using white embossing powder and Versamark ink. I then used the Best-Tea party dies to cut my sentiment out and added it onto the tea bag with a foam square. I added my panel to a card base and added my stenciled tea cup with liquid glue. I glued one leaf and and added my tea bag and other leaf with a foam square.

I really love this matching envelope. My card matches and fits perfectly. It is really easy to put together. I believe I used a 12×12 Kraft caardstock 80lb. and a scrap of Kraft cardstock from my stash to put it together. I really enjoyed making a larger size card and envelope.

I decorated my panel with the Crystal Rhinestone Clear Mix to add to the centers of my flowers using the New Pick Up Stick . This new tool worked perfectly, a must have tool if you ask me. I also had stenciled my envelope to match my card using that same flower from the stencil. I really hope you like my card and matching envelope. I will have to make more coordinating sets now that I have this A7 Envelope Builder Die Set.

Products used on Today’s Card and Envelope:

Trinity Stamps Trini-Tea Cup Card Die Set

Trinity Stamps 2 piece Layered Tea Cup 6×9 Stencil

Trinity Stamps A7 Envelope Builder Die Set

Trinity Stamps Crystal Clear Rhinestone Mix

Trinity Stamps Best-Tea Party

Trinity Stamps Best-Tea Party Die Set

Trinity Stamps Blender Buddy

Trinity Stamps Pick Up Stick

Pinkfresh Studio Wild Truffles Ink

Pinkfresh Studio Garden Stroll Ink

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