Hello, so good to have you back! I wanted to take some time today to introduce you to a new stamp and die company. Blog followers, please meet Trinity Stamp Company!
This company is new, as well as new to me, but I am really impressed with their stamps and dies. It was love at first sight for me and the set Bouquet of Hope. Here, see for yourself:
As soon as I got this set I stamped the image and colored it with Polychromos pencils.
Here is a card I made with the same image, this time colored with watercolors.
This card features Concord and 9th’s Sketchy Stripes background stamped with Silver and Pink Delicata shimmer ink. I used a vellum circle to anchor the image, and added Platinum Studio Katia gems.
I used Distress inks to watercolor, and a little bit of Pearlescent watercolors for the flowers. I love the script font on the sentiment from the set.
Let Love Grow is another great set they have.
I colored this set with some Daniel Smith watercolors that I received as a free gift from Trinity Stamps (more on that in a minute). I also used a touch of some handmade watercolor paints I just got from 31Purplefish (on Instagram).
For this card I used the Mosaic Turnabout from Concord & 9th, stamped with Silver Delicata ink. I used a vellum circle again, this one with Hero Arts Silver embossing powder around the edge.
I cut out the image with the matching Die and added it to the vellum circle with foam tape. I stamped the sentiment from the kit with Versafine Clair Nocturne ink and heat embossed with my favorite Wow Hologram Sparkle Powder. This set also includes dies to cut out the sentiments, which I absolutely love! I die cut the sentiment and added it to the card with foam tape.
I added the card panel to a Gina K Design’s Tranquil Teal card base, and some Platinum gems.
I’m also attempting some no line coloring using colored pencils with this image.
It’s a fun image, one of my daughter’s favorites.
These great images aren’t even the best part of Trinity Stamps. The customer service is amazing! My first order arrived in a fabulous, metallic teal envelope, filled with confetti and a lollipop. Oh, and a hand written note from the owner, Taniesa.
I placed my second order during the sale they had for Taniesa’s birthday. She included a small pallet of Daniel Smith watercolors for me to try. To me that is beyond customer service!
Great products and great customer service? I’m sold! Looking forward to many more happy transactions.
I had a very crafty weekend, but I don’t have a lot of cards to share. I spent part of the weekend working on wall art, and the other part on crafty organizing. Do you mind if I share the wall art portion with you for my next post? It’s kinda card related
Thanks for stopping by!