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I Love You “a Sloth” | Mini Slimline Valentine Cards

Hi Everyone! Priscilla here from Nubble Light Designs,  Today I am sharing a mini slimline Valentine card featuring the Kat Scrappiness “Stewart the Sloth” stamp set. And for you coffee lovers, I have a second Valentine sloth card just for you!


For my first card, I created a mini slimline card base measuring 6″ x 7,” scored at 3.5″ and added a red card stock layer on top. I used the new Kat ScrappinessMini Slimline Distressed Edge Die” to add a second layer of patterned paper using the American Crafts “Loves Me” Valentine/Sloth inspired paper pack.

I colored the “Steward the Sloth” image with alcohol markers, fussy cut him out ,and adhered him to the front of the card along with the “I Love You a Sloth” sentiment from the stamp set. Kat‘s “Happy Valentine’s Day Sentiment with Shadow Die” and one “Love Heart” sprinkle completed this card.


My second card honors the coffee lover, with “Steward the Sloth” hugging his precious coffee mug.

For this card, I used the new Kat Scrappiness “Mini Slimline Double Stitched Dies“and patterned pattered from the same paper pack as my first card. I “paper pieced” Stewart’s “Dr. Denton” jammies and colored his face and the coffee mug with alcohol markers. The”Happy Valentines Day” sentiment is from the new “Valentine Quokka Stamp Set.” A few “This Kiss Sprinkles” finished this card


Thank you so much for stopping by! Don’t forget to check out what’s NEW in Kat’s Shop, and follow my blog and Instagram for more “Kat Scrappiness Amazingness”!


Stay Safe . . .

Priscilla 🖌✂

The supplies I used are listed and linked below.


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  • Reply Amy Tsuruta

    So fun, I’m sharing the caffeinated design in the Coffee Loving papercrafters FB group.

    01/28/2021 at 4:04 AM
  • Reply Priscilla Joseph

    Thanks, Amy!

    01/28/2021 at 4:38 AM
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