Autumn Gathering Sneak Peeks Day 4!!

Hello Crafty Friends!! 

Larissa here today to share a Sneak Peek at the NEW Autumn Gathering Release!! I’m sharing a Set of Cards for today using a combination of Products!! SWOON!! I LOVE how these Products work together to create some BEAUTIFUL Cards!! Let’s get Started!! 

For my First Card I’ve used the NEW A7 Diamond Eyelet Die to Die Cut some Patterned Paper!! Then I Die Cut it again using the Modern Embossed Rectangle Die Set!! I added some Black Soot Distress Paint Splatters and some Distress Wax Splatters for some Shine!! 

Next I Die Cut the NEW Large Branch Die from some White Cardstock and again twice from some Vellum!! I Adhered them to the Card Panel using the NEW Trinity Glue Friend!! I Then Die Cut the NEW Grateful Sentiment Dies and adhered them together!! 

I added some of the Gold Satin Baubles for some Sparkle and Texture and I LOVE how they finish off the Design!! 

For my Second Card I’m using the NEW Vintage Tin Tile Foil Die and I wanted to show how you can use the Negative Glimmer to create FUN Backgrounds!! 

I Started by first Foiling a Piece of Kraft Cardstock using some Aura Glimmer Foil and Foiling with the Glimmer Machine!! I LOVE being able to Foil on Colored Cardstock!! Once the Cardstock was Foiled, I was left with the Negative Glimmer Foil Sheet and I want you to KEEP them!! These are so FUN to create with and I’ll show you how EASY they are to use, so you have NO WASTE!! 

I’m using a Solid Oval Glimmer Plate and I’ve heated it on my Glimmer Machine!!

Once its HOT, I placed the Negative Foil Piece Shimmer Side Down on to the Oval Glimmer Plate and then I placed my White Cardstock on top and placed my Glimmer Plates on top and removed the Glimmer Platform from the Base and Ran it through my Die Cutting Machine!! 

I Removed the Negative Foil and this is what I’m left with!! I LOVE that I’m using up my BEAUTIFUL Negative Sheets and that Vintage Tin Tile Design really Shines in the Aura Glimmer Foil!! Then I used the Modern Embossed Rectangle Die Set and Die Cut the Card Panel!! 

I Die Cut the NEW Large Branch Dies from some Colored Cardstock and then added some Distress Wax o the Edges of the Leaves!! SWOON!! I just LOVE the way this adds some Details to the Large Branches!! I added some Black Soot Distress Paint Splatters and some Distress Wax Splatters for even more Shine!! I Then Die Cut the NEW Grateful Sentiment Dies and adhered them together!!  Gold Satin Baubles Finishes off the Design!! 

For my Third Card I’m using the NEW Large Branch Die to Die Cut a Negative Shape from the Card Panel!! You could also use this Technique to create a Shaker Card too!! SO MANY Possibilities!! After Die Cutting the Large Branch Die from the Modern Embossed Rectangle Die Card Panel, I Die Cut another Panel from some Patterned Paper!! 

Then I created a Stencil by Die Cutting some White Cardstock and placing it over the Patterned Paper and Inking with some Ripe Persimmon Distress Oxide Ink!! 

Then I Inked again with some Fossilized Amber Distress Oxide Ink and I LOVE the way this make the Design POP off of the Patterned Paper!! 

I repeated the Same Steps as the Cards before and I LOVE that way this Card turned out!! 
I hope I’ve INSPIRED you today on some different ways to use these NEW Products together and on different Techniques you can use to STRETCH your Products for NO WASTE!! 

THANKS SO MUCH for stopping by today!! If you create something please share with us on Social Media using the #hastag #trinitystamps #trinitystampsllc as we LOVE to see what you’ve created!!
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I hope you have a FABULOUS WEEK!! Make sure you continue to visit us as we share Projects to INSPIRE You with the NEW Autumn Gathering Products!! SAVE the DATE!! The NEW Autumn Gathering Release will be available on August 30th!! I hope you’ll continue to join us for the Sneak Peeks as we Count Down to the Release!! You WON’T want to miss it!! 

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