Design Team Projects, New Releases

Thanksgiving Mini Slimline Card and Envelope

Hello there, Priscilla here from Nubble Light Designs. I hope you have been enjoying the new Kat Scrappiness products we’ve been showing you these past few days!


But first . . . some Sale News! Click on the images to go directly to the Kat Scrappiness store.


Today I am sharing a “Happy Thanksgiving” mini slimline card with a matching envelope using several new products from Day 2 of the Kat Scrappiness September release


These Thanksgiving quokkas are adorable, especially dressed in their “Pilgrim” attire. And check out the coordinating “Happy Mail” mini slimline envelope!


Card Details:

  1. Created a slimline card base (6″ x 7″, scored at 3.5″) and adhered a burgundy card stock layer on top of it.
  2. Created a sunset background with several shades of Distress Oxide inks and the MFT Mini Cloud Edges Stencil.
  3. Tinted some white embossing paste with brown ink and pasted through the Newton’s Nook “Falling Leaves” stencil.
  4. Colored the two “Dress Up Quokkas” images with alcohol markers and cut out using the coordinating die cuts.
  5. Colored and cut out the clothing from the Thanksgiving Add-On images.
  6. Die cut the Happy Thanksgiving sentiment 3 times out of burgundy card stock and layered on top of one another for a 3-D effect.
  7. Created a coordinating mini slimline envelope using the new Happy Mail Mini Slimline Envelope dies.
  8. Sprinkled a few rhinestones from the new Rose Gold AB Rhinestone Mix for a finishing touch.


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. I would be so grateful if you use these affiliate links  to grab your Kat Scrappiness Goodies! No extra cost to you!

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