Simple slimline {Hobbykunst}

I’ve got a couple of super simple slimline cards to share today.

This first one might not even technically be a proper slimline card. It’s about 7-3/4 x 3-3/4″. I’ve used beautiful patterned paper from P13 for both my cards. I wanted the paper to be the hero, so I didn’t do too much to it. The sheet I used for this card is #06 from the Spring collection from P13. That tiny bit of green with the heat embossed sub sentiment is from #04

I used a faux stitch slimline die from Pinkfresh Studio to die cut my panel and a die from Papirdesign for the sentiment. I die cut five layers from white cardstock that I stacked and one layer from the patterned paper that I glued on top. There are plenty of open areas in the center of these sheets of patterned paper, die cutting from those makes my white match. I stamped a sub sentiment from Papirdesign onto that little bit of green paper and heat embossed using Super Fine Detail embossing powder from Ranger before finishing off my card with a couple of sequins from the Mint Gold mix from Little Things from Lucy’s Cards. 

My second card uses a different part of that same sheet of patterned paper, as well as the same slimline die from Pinkfresh Studio. The sentiment is even die cut using a die from the same set as the sentiment on my first card. 

On this one I have four layers stacked on top of each other, then a vellum circle, then another four layers of the negative word die, making this sentiment really stand out as a statement on my card. 

 

 

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