Primary cardiac tumors are rare. When they do occur, their symptoms and signs depend on the location and size of the tumor. Imaging multimodalities play an important role in evaluating cardiac tumors. "Tumor blush" is a specific character of certain cardiac tumors on coronary angiography. The current treatment of these tumors is associated with observed clinical symptoms, and the main treatment option is surgical resection. Coronary stent grafts have been used for treatment of coronary artery perforation, coronary pseudoaneurysm, and coronary artery fistula. In this article, we presented a 53-year-old woman who had a cardiac tumor with tumor blush complicated by pericardial effusion which was medically managed by use of a stent graft.