Trinity Stamps HAPPY DANCE Clear Stamp Set tps163tps163
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Large image measures 5.5 x 2.25 inches
Coordinating die set is available (sold separately)
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Meet Taniesa, the owner and creative director of Trinity Stamps. Trinity Stamps is based in a town just outside Seattle, Washington. Originally, Taniesa is from California but since relocating a couple of years ago she has fallen in love with the beauty of the Pacific Northwest. Taniesa has been an artist and paper crafter for as long as she can remember. Starting a business manufacturing stamps and other craft items has always been a dream of hers. Taniesa has been so very blessed to work with such talented artists like Davina Cantrell and Christina Holly. When Taniesa was growing up, her grandparents owned a business named Trinity Plastics. They worked hard building up a company. They started in their garage and grew steadily to the point of handling million dollar accounts in the Silicon Valley. They put their whole heart into a business that honored God for over 35 years They prayed over every order they received and provided the best quality and customer service to those they did business with. This was something that Taniesa saw her entire life. She has always had an entrepreneurial spirit as they did, and their example of business ownership showed her what kind of business owner she wanted to be. She hopes that every day she is blessed to run Trinity Stamps that she will display the legacy of her grandparents. Thank you Gram and Papa, for showing not just telling her how to live a spirit-filled life not just personally, but professionally as well. Taniesa has been fortunate to have so many friends and family stand beside her and this company. Thank you to everyone who believed in Taniesa and helped get Trinity Stamps off the ground. Taniesa hopes that Trinity Stamps can inspire people young and old to get a little inky and create something beautiful.