Slimline Cards!

Many of you know that I am an outdoor girl and married to a logger so anything woodsy speaks to my heart.

When I saw the In The Pines stamp set, I knew it was to be a must have.

These darling, trendy slimline cards are fun to make and lend themselves to a stampscape very well. While this card isn’t a stampscape, it is simple stamping, just requiring paper, ink and adhesive. I used a punch and dimensionals to cover my stamping error 😂🤷🏻‍♀️

Card Recipe:

  • Card base is Old Olive 7″ x 8 7/8″ score and fold at 3 1/2″ #100702
  • 2 Whisper White panels 3 1/4″ x 8 5/8″ #100730
  • In The Pines Stamp Set #153448
  • Old Olive Ink Pad #147090
  • Cherry Cobbler Ink Pad #147083
  • Gray Granite Ink Pad #147118
  • Multipurpose Liquid Glue #110755
  • Stampin’ Dimensionals #104430
    Lovely Labels Pick a Punch #152883

The tree images are a 2 step stamping technique using first and second generation stamping with Old Olive Ink, the snow Gray Granite Ink, stamped off 2-3 times for the effect desired.

The sentiment is stamped in Cherry Cobbler on a 3/4″ strip of Whisper White with ends trimmed using the Lovely Labels Pick a Punch and popped up on dimensionals. (Scissors work just as well if you don’t have a punch, just cut a banner end or at an angle for the desired effect)

These slimline cards fit right into a business sized envelope, so no need to worry about making a special envelope!

All the supplies used are found in my online store at http://www.stampintammy.stampinup.net

The store has an all new design so be sure while shopping, I am your designated demonstrator. Need assistance? I am happy to help, send me a message or give me a call/text.

I hope you enjoy this card, give your own version of a slimline card a try and share it to my Facebook page.

Stay crafty,

Tammy

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