Hi friends! Happy Thursday! I'm wondering how many of you have jumped on the slimline card making trend? I know I sure have. It's such a fun and different idea to keep our creative juices flowing and it's always good to have new things to be inspired by. I love these dies that Catherine came out with. I only have the Rainbow one, but I put in my order yesterday for the other dies and the stencils. I'm so excited to get them and start creating with them.
Here's another card using the Rainbow Slimline Die.
On this card I only used the rainbows in the corner. The middle rainbow has been used on another card that I will share soon. I love that you can use this die in quite a few different ways. I die cut the bows from white card stock and used my finger blenders to blend the colors on each one. I used the die cut piece to lay over top to get perfect placement of the bows in each corner. It's like putting a puzzle together and I love puzzles.
I used the celebrate die in black for my sentiment. I love that it fits perfectly in between the two rainbows. The paper down the side is from the Black Tie Gala paper pack. I had to order more of that yesterday too, I am running low! It's a great pack and I use it a lot. I added some crater lake sequins for some sparkle.
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Such a fun card! I love Catherine Pooler inks and your card really showcases their greatness. We are so pleased that you joined us this week at Watercooler Wednesday. KarenReplyDelete
You are getting a lot of mileage out of this die Kristie and I love this card too! Again, it is so fun, festive and cute! Hugs, BrendaReplyDelete
Wow wow wow! Love this Kristie!ReplyDelete