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Mini Slimline cards!

Hello everyone!

It’s Donna here sharing two cards featuring  the newly released stamp set called Summer Quokka and two of the mini slimline dies called Postage Stamp Edge and the Tri-Frame. There are 8 new slimline dies that have been added to the mini slimline collection. Be sure to visit the store and see the collection.

If you have not had a chance to visit the clearance section in the store, there are some great buy, you can find it here.
My first card features the Summer Quokka stamp set and the mini slimline Postage Stamp Edge die set.
Here is how I created my shaker card:
1.  I cut the base card at 6 x 3 1/2.
2.  I then die cut the Kat Scrappiness Mini Slimline Postage Stamp Edge.
3.  I adhered Kat Scrappiness Mini Slimline Acetate Sheets to the Mini Slimline Postage Stamp Edge with liquid glue.  I added some foam tape to the back of the postage stamp edge die and acetate.  I die cut the Kat Scrappiness Under The Sea Coverplate Die.  I added the Kat Scrappiness Yellow Daisies Sprinkles inside and added the Under the Sea Coverplate and black card stock to close the shaker.
4.  I added the shaker part of the card to the base.
5.  I stamped and colored the images with copics from the Kat Scrappiness Summer Quokka and added them to the front of the card.
6.  I added the Hello sentiment from the Friendship Greetings stamp set.

Here’s the list of supplies I used on the card above:

My second card features the Kat Scrappiness Starlights Jewels and Starlights Bright slimline papers, the mini slimline Tri-Frame, Light Up The Night Sprinkles and Happy Birthday Brush Script Sentiment.
Here is how I created this card:
1.  I cut the base card at 6 x 3 1/2.
2.  I then cut half inch strips from the  Starlights Jewels and Starlights Bright slimline paper and adhered them to some card stock.  I then used the mini slimline Tri-Frame to cut the layer for the card.  I adhered the frame to the base of the card and then used some foam tape to pop the middle up onto the base of the card.
3.  I then die cut the Happy Birthday Brush Script Sentiment in black and white and then adhered it to the card.
4.  I finished my card off by adding the stars from the Light Up The Night Sprinkles.
Here’s the list of supplies I used on the card above:


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