Today, we have a fun craft collaboration between Trinity Stamps and Ink on 3.
In this kit you will receive:
- 4×8 Summer Blooms Stamp Set
- 4×8 Summer Blooms Coordinating Die Set
- 4×8 Trinity Stamps Product Pocket for storage
- 12 piece collection of double sided 6×9 papers – two sheets of 6 double-sided designs
- Summer Sparkles – Kit Exclusive mix of rhinestones in Trinity Stamps Signature storage box
- InkOn3 Mini Ink Cubes
- Fadeout no-line coloring ink
- Sweet Petunia Pink
- Marigold Orange
- Goddess Green
This exclusive kit is available only while supplies last. If purchased separately, these items total $72.50. That’s a savings of $32.50! The cost of the kit is $39.99.
To be entered to win the giveaway, all you need to do is comment at each stop along the Blog Hop! Trinity Stamps and Inkon3 will be giving away a $25 gift card to their respective stores! Be sure to comment before 11:59 PM PST on August 26, 2021 to be entered to win!
Now, with all that out of the way, let’s get to the card making! I decided to use one single, solid stamp from the stamp set in the Summer Blooms kit, and stamp it in a rainbow with the yummy inks from Ink On 3.
From left to right I’ve used My Jam Purple, Marilyn Red, Sweet Petunia Pink, Marigold Orange, Bee Sting Yellow, Goddess Green, Trinity Teal and Peacock Blue. All this was done with the help of the Mini MISTI, to make sure I got good solid stamped images each time.
The coloured ones were stamped a little bit willy-nilly, and overlapping each other. They also didn’t go all the way to the bottom of the card panel. The reason I did it this way was that I had planned on stamping up the same image in Paint It Black ink, cut them out with the coordinating diecut and layer them upon top. Well, not quite on top, but to cover the white bits at the bottom where the stamp didn’t reach.
As a chronic and serial over-sequinizer and over-blinger, I was THRILLED to see the Summer Sparkles Embellishment mix and went a bit… well… over… I might have redefined my own definition of over-blinger, let’s just put it that way, lol!
A little sentiment from the Here For You stamp, You’re Amazing, was stamped up with Blackout Detail ink and then I stepped away. Still, I’m pretty sure that this card can be see from outer space with all that gorgeous bling!
That’s it from me for today, I hope you enjoyed the card and the rest of the hop!
If you are wondering if you need a fancy camera to get the blurred effect in your photos, the answer is no. You will need to have some sort of function on your phone that adjusts the depth of field though. As I’m an iPhone user I switch to portrait mode for these. The key is to build up your flat lay, so that it still looks like a flat lay in the photo, but is definitely nowhere near flat in real life.
Now I really am done! Thank you so much for stopping by. The next stop on the hop is Jeannie! Until the next time, lots of love and happy crafting from Erica