Check out how all the details come together on this slimline fall card for a sweet friend!
Today’s slimline fall card is brought to you by Jamie and we love how she’s put together several easy-to-do details on one card that will surely tell a friend how much they mean to you. Let’s take a look at how all these fun elements come together.
Jamie made GREAT use of some pretty patterned paper she has and chose a piece that gives a soft ombre effect. Using softly patterned paper like this for die cut layers on your cards is a quick and easy way to add a ton of impact with no extra work! Smart! She die cut her paper with our Slimline Solid Scallop with Holes die and our Slimline Insert SLI Circle Lattice die, running both dies through at the same time by using a little washi tape to make sure the edges stayed parallel. She adhered this to a white card stock panel with her tape runner. She layered that over some pale yellow to complement her paper and then adhered that to a slimline card base.
Jamie then used our Organic Shapable Daisy die to cut some yellow card stock petals and some green leaves. She then added some Pumpkin and Juniper Color Fuse inks from sets #2 and 11 to the edges of the petals with blender brushes and put her flower together with some liquid glue. She then added her flower to her card on the left side.
Next, Jamie used some black card stock and gold glitter paper scraps to cut our Hello Script with Shadow dies and adhered them together with more liquid glue. While this was drying, she stamped her sentiment from our Thanks set onto another white card stock scrap and trimmed it down into a baby banner.
She added her greeting elements and finished this off by adding a single gold glitter dot to the stamped sentiment for a little emphasis.
So pretty! Here’s what you will want to have on hand including the items linked in the post to make cards like this one at home:
You can use the basic elements – die cut patterned paper, dimensional die cut flower, layered greeting – from today’s slimline fall card for so many themes and occasions. Try it out – you will have endless combinations to play with!