Slimline Cards, Yea or Nay?

Have you seen the newest size of cards in card making? It's called a slimline card. Your paper is cut 7" x 8 1/2" and scored at the 3" line. This is the first one I've every made.

This size card does fit into a business sized envelope.

If you look closely, you will see that the smaller leaves are cut out and embossed. If you look even closer, you'll see that the green leaf has orange ink on it. I put the die into the cajun craze ink then onto the mint macaron paper. I ran it through my die cutting machine and the leaf came out colored. The other leaves have been colored with sponges or daubers.

The stamp set used here is Gathered Together. The dies are called, Gathered Leaves.

150589 $17.00 on p.47 of the holiday mini catalog.


GATHER TOGETHER BUNDLE p.47 of the holiday mini catalog

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BASKETWEAVE & METALLIC RIBBON COMBO PACK P.45 of the holiday mini catalog


The ribbon I used is amazing to work with. It is easy to tie bows or knots.

These ribbons can be used together or alone.

The Mint Macaron has a soft, woven texture.

The copper ribbon is shiny metallic.




This picture doesn't do this justice. This is absolutely gorgeous! Some pages have gold details and other pages have copper.

Whether you are a fan of the typical 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" cards or the slimline cards, you can be sure to have beautiful cards when using these products.

If you have questions, let me know.

You can order products here.

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