3 Cards with Harvest Rainbow from Trinity Stamps

Sunday, September 17, 2023

I'm getting in the Autumn mood with the Trinity Stamps Harvest Rainbow stamp set! I hope you'll check out my video down below, but let's go through the cards that I created. Now this stamp set is a BIG stamp set and so many different ways to use it. My first card uses the rainbow stamp that is the one big stamp! I embossed it onto some watercolor cardstock with gold embossing powder and used watercolor pencils to color in the rainbow.

The background was used as a shaker panel after my paint and splattering dried, and I made my own mix using various sequins and clay confetti bits. I added the panel to a bronze colored background cardstock, then my stamped and die cut sentiment. I love the softer vibes of this card and it's a great Thanksgiving Day card or just a great card to send to someone as a thank you.

My second card is much more vibrant than the first! I stamped and colored my Thanksgiving image and used the coordinating die to cut it out. Each part of the rainbow was stamped and die cut using the individual rainbow stamps from the Harvest Rainbow set. I did my best to pick colors inspired by colored image. I popped up everything onto a background that had some ink used as a grounding for my images plus a few iridescent sequins. My sentiment was glued down to my pumpkin and I'm so excited to send this out for the fall holiday.

Finally, my favorite card! I just love these sweet critters jumping in the pile of leaves image from the Harvest Rainbow set. I mixed and matched different Trinity stamp sets to make this card and used their coordinating dies to cut everything out. My background has ink to create a simple background - brown for the ground and blue for the sky. I also added some sequins around my jumping critters for some shine.

Which card is your favorite? Make sure to let me know in the comments and head over to watch my video! It's a bit on the longer side, but I think you'll enjoy seeing the three different styles of cards come together.



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