April Crafty Troop Challenge #2


Hello Crafty Friends! Davina here with Trinity Stamps to announce the April Crafty Troop Challenge #2. Last months Floral challenge went a little slower than I hoped, but with everything happening in the world, I’m hoping that we get a little more exposure with this months theme. From the incredibly beautiful projects we received, I used a random number generator and selected our first ever winner. Congratulations to Jennifer Gross! Your floral creation was beautiful, and I hope you take the time to participate this month as well. Please contact us at Katie@trinitystamps.com  to claim your prize. 

The April theme is Critters! Let’s put our extra time at home to good use, and make a card or project using some of Trinity Stamps cute critters and animals. Don’t feel limited to spring sets only, we have summer ocean sets bursting with images, plenty of last years fall release was critter themed, and even the extensive winter collection was full of cute animals and it’s never too early to get started on Christmas cards. 

We would love for you to share your creativity by linking up your projects at the end of this post using the in links button (don’t be discouraged if your device wants you to log into google first). Your project, card, or Journal page should feature Trinity Stamps Products as the main focus, and will run through the end of the month until Thursday April 30th at 11:59pm. 

For each monthly challenge I will use a random number generator to select an eligible entry to receive $15 gift certificate to the Trinity Stamps Shop. We will also share some of your great creations on Instagram. Let’s share the news and have fun! Please make sure that you are linking your own original and new projects to the challenge. And don’t forget When you play along to grab the Crafty Troop Challenge Badge to share on your own blog or social media accounts, and use the #craftytroopchallenge


Here’s a look at the card I made for Critter inspiration!

I used the fun Mouse House  stamp set and coordinating dies to layer onto a raspberry inked background. I also used the Hello Senti-mini die set and the “I miss your face” from the Hello Senti-mini Stamp Set for my very appropriate sentiment. Because… I miss everyone’s faces! Those gorgeous little sequin stamps are from  A Crafters Heart and I stamped them in Seedless Preserves Distress Oxide Ink. I love how they turned out! 
Now get into your craft space and get inky! I can’t wait to see what you create. 

 

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

Click here to enter

 

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