You’ll have to act fast to have a chance a copying this stunning Slimline Card. Reason? The beautiful DSP and the Slim Card Dies are both retiring soon. Actually the Pierced Bloom Dies are also retiring – the die used to cut out the sentiment. But if you have those things in your stash, you can easily recreate this card.
If you don’t have the paper, but you do have the Slimline Dies, you can get an equally gorgeous card using a different Designer Series Paper. I just love how versatile all the Stampin’ Up! products are. All you need to create amazing cards are some ideas (through blogs like this) or your own creative imagination. I usually use a combination of the two when I create my cards. This card idea came from Sara Douglas a few weeks ago on one of her Tuesday Lives.
Here is the recipe for this particular card with the products needed listed at the bottom. The sentiments came from the Flowering Tulips stamp set which will be in the new annual catalog (#157672). You can click on any of the products to purchase them from my online store. To learn the tips and tricks to help make this card easily, you can watch my tutorial.
Card Base: Highland Heather 7 x 8 ½ scored on the 7” side at 3 ½
DSP: 3 ¼ x 8 ¼ and a thin strip 3/8 x 8 ¼
Basic White (cut 2): 3 ¼ x 8 ¼
Rich Razzelberry: 1 x 3 ¼
Gorgeous Grape: ¾ x 3 ¼
Highland Heather: ¼ x 3 ¼ and a piece for the sentiment
Gold foil for butterfly