Hello there! Silvia’s here today for the third day of Twelve Days of Christmas event.
Trinity is celebrating the holidays with a 12 Days of Christmas Event. Come visit us each day from Dec. 1st – 14th (excluding Sundays) for special posts each day on our Video Chanel and our Blog.
We will give away two $75 gift certificates AND two $50 gift certificates for a total of $250 in GIVEAWAYS! It is our way of saying Happy Holidays to you and sharing our appreciation to our wonderful customers!
Winners will be chosen using Random.com from those who comment throughout. The more comments you leave, the better your chances to win! They will be announced between 12/15 and 12/20 on the blog and YT channel.
Today’s card is a gift card holder one and I hope you’ll like it.
I started cutting two 5,5″ x 4,25″ rectangles from white cardstock and I used the “Lift the Flap” die set to cut a flap in the middle of one of them. I put one aside and I ink blended the other one with tumbled glass, shaded lilac and wilted violet Distress Oxide inks. I then made a tree layered background using the amazing “Birch Tree” layered stencil to create a suggestive winter background. I started with stancil A and pumice stone Distress Oxide ink and I went ahed with stencil B and C and iced spruce and black soot Distress Oxide inks. I splattered with clean water and Inkon3 Atelier shark tooth white ink (loosened with a drop of water).
I stamped image from the super cool “Gnome for the Holidays” stamp set, I colored it with alcohol markers and I cut it with coordinating die. For the sentiment, I heat embossed it in red on black cardstock and to create snow effect I used a white gel pen and I covered it with glitter Nuvo drops.
I used “Coffee Mug Card” die set to cut a gift card holder that I soft blended with speckled egg Distress Oxide ink and I glued it in the middle of the white rectangle.
I then attached my colored rectangle on the white one with foam tape, I decorated it with my gnome and I added a gift card on the inside.
So….that’s my gift card holder. I really enjoyed myself a lot making it and I hope you’ll like it as much as I do.
Thank you so much for stopping by today and don’t forget to take a peek on Trinity Stamps YouTube channel too.
Have an amazing day. Hugs, Silvia.