Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Highland Christmas

 This slimline card will fit in a regular business envelope. I am not sure I like this size of card. I think there is too much paper wasted with this size. You only get one card from one sheet. Still, it does allow you a different look to a card. What is your preference?

   Winter Woods
   Christmas Gleaming

   Highland Heather 7 x 8-1/2 scored @ 3-1/2
   Snowflake Splendor DSP 3-1/4 x 8-1/4
   Whisper White 3 x 4 (2), 1/2 x 2 (2)

   Misty Moonlight
   Highland Heather

   Die Cutting

   In the Woods Framelits Dies
   Snowflakes & Sequins
   Iridescent Pearls
   Flowers for Every Season Combo Pack

I cut a scrap of paper at an angle to use as a mask for snow slopes. I then sponged these with Misty Moonlight directly onto the DSP.

Next, I stamped and die cut the two trees using Highland Heather Ink. I wrapped each tree with 24" of Misty Moonlight thread from the combo pack.

I attached the trees using dimensionals. 

Then I stamped and fussy cut the Merry Christmas greetings and adhered them with liquid adhesive.

I added a few snowflakes, sequins, and pearls. This was then adhered to the Highland Heather card base.

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  1. Sally, this is so pretty - the slimline cards are so popular right now.

  2. I kind of like the slimline card for my CAS projects and more involved projects. It is difficult, at first, to use. Don't forget to use it the other way, too, as a long and wide card. As long as you save and use the scraps, let's say for stamping out sentiments and die cutting them, there isn't much waste.

    1. Thank you, Fonda for reminding me to look at the card in another direction. I do hold on to all of my scraps. So, no waste there. I appreciate you taking the time to comment.