Slimline cards are the “in” thing right now and I thought I would jump on in and make a slimline shaker card! I am using ingredients from Collection 4 from the SFL Flavor of the Month June 2020 Card Kit. This kit has sold out, but I will link items that are available to be purchased separately throughout the blog post.
To begin my card, I cut a frame using this Slimeline Marquee die from “Orange Fizz” cardstock. I then die cut 3 pieces of pattern paper from the “On the Playground” paper from Collection 4 for the windows. I then glued a piece of acetate to my frame and put that aside to dry.
I colored the slide image with Copic Markers (R27, R59, YG17, G28) then fussy cut the image. I put that aside and put my pattern paper pieces to my card base. For my card base I used “Blu Raspberry” cardstock. I used sequins from the collection for my shaker bits.
Once I carefully add my frame to my card base I add my slide and the enamel dots also from the collection.
Hello Everyone! I am LOVING this ephemera from Collection 1. Today I made 3 cards where the ephemera is the main focus – mainly!
This card is similar to the card I made during the reveal. The 2 yellow pieces of pattern paper are left from the triangular piece I cut for Card 1 in my reveal post. I added this fun stripe paper underneath and add red card stock between the patterns so they each pop. I then grabbed this fun “Picnic Time” ephemera piece to add in my triangular space. I then finished the card with Nuvo Crystal Drops in the color “Blushing Red”, which is from the Banana Split portion of the card kit.
I personally LOVE watermelon and this ant on his watermelon slice cracks me up! For this card I added my watermelon scrap in the center and popped up on foam adhesive the 2 watermelon pieces from the ephemera.
This little ant needed somewhere to take his picnic so I created this scene with the stencil from the Banana Split portion of the card kit. I used Tumbled Glass Distress Ink for my clouds and Peeled Paint and Mowed Lawn Distress Ink for the grass. I added a scrap of pattern paper for my ant to stand on and popped him up on foam adhesive.
Thank You So Much for stopping by and if you’re interested in the process video CLICK HERE.
This kit has sold out but some of the elements are available for individual sale as supplies last. CLICK Here to see what is available.