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Slimline Foliage Frame

Hello Friends Waleska here, to share with you a Slimline card with the new Foliage Frame die!!!  I love this new Slimline version of the old design we had it is super versatile and gives a very elegant look to any card you make.



To create this card I started by cutting from  watercolor paper the Slimline Foliage Frame and with Oxide Ink Sprays spray and smooshed the color to create the splash detail.  I used Blueprint Sketch and Cracked Pistachio.

I set aside this panel to dry and started with my card base, I wanted a soft color but bright enough to pop on the foliage background.  I masked a white card base so that the ink blended background was only inside the frame, and ink blend Twisted Citron Oxide ink.  I also put some color splashes of water mixed with the same inks I used before.  I added gold watercolor splashes too,

I then put 3D Foam to raise the Foliage Frame to the card base and adhere it. I cut another panel of the die, but this time on gold cardstock and cut some of the foliage to tuck inside the frame for a gold look.


I finish by adding the Thanks die cut from the Give Thanks word die by Kat, I only used the thanks die in the middle of the card.  I used a Kraft card base and added some sequins here and there for some sparkle.

I hope you like my card today! Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope you can be inspired to create with all this amazing new dies and remember to Stay Safe and Stay Crafty!


Waleska Galindo

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  • Reply Denise Bryant

    Pretty card! Love this Foliage Frame die! Great color combo for your card!

    09/14/2020 at 12:00 PM
  • Reply Andre M.

    Lovely blues added to your fall palette. Thanks for sharing this inspiration with these fun products.

    09/14/2020 at 3:12 PM
  • Reply Liz Ford

    Waleska, this is a wonderful color combination of leafy-ness! All the fun hues really mix well togther. Thanks for sharing how you made this beauty!

    09/16/2020 at 3:52 AM
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