Catching Snowflakes

Hello everyone! Welcome!  This is Shanna here today from Caffeinated Craftiness with a wintery cards featuring the adorable new set from Trinity Stamp Company, Have an Ice Day.

I love winter cards!  This card was no exception.  I started by stamping my cute polar bear from the Have an Ice Day stamp set onto bristol cardstock and then watercolored him with my Zig real brush markers.  I die cut him out with the coordinating dies and set him aside to work on my background.

I pulled a piece of plaid patterned paper from my stash, an old Recollections pad I believe, and stenciled over it with a snowflake stencil and Ranger texture paste.  I love how this looked, the mixed media vibe makes me so happy!  After that was dry, I layered up my image, and popped the polar bear up with foam tape.

My finishing touch was a trio of gemmed snowflake stickers, with the polar bear “catching” one!  How cute is that!?!

 

As you can tell, I did not add a sentiment on the card….I couldn’t decide, so I thought I would let YOU!  I created a poll in the Trinity stamps | imagination, inspiration, & conversation Facebook group and would truly love for you to head over there and vote for your favorite sentiment from the Season’s Greetings stamp set.  After the poll closes, I will add the sentiment and post a new picture!  Thanks for helping a girl through her creative block!  

 

Feeling inspired??  Be sure to check out these links and follow along for more amazing Trinity Stamps inspiration!!
 Trinity Stamps YouTube

Trinity Stamps Blog

Trinity Stamps Instagram

Trinity stamps | imagination, inspiration, & conversation Facebook group

Well that wraps up this week’s post..See you all again soon! Feel free to hop on over and check me out on my blog or follow me on Instagram!!  

~Shanna

 

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