Slimline Dies from Lawn Fawn

Mini Release inspiration week continues with Large Slimline with Sliders, Small Slimline with Life the Flaps, and Slimline Stitched Borders.

Not gonna lie, I am loving these Slimline cards. There is so much more room on them!

Now did you know, that if you use the Large Slimline and Small Slimline it creates the perfect mats? Let me explain. My first mat was die cut using the Large Slimline. The second mat, die cut in white card stock ,was using the Small Slimline and if I were to die cut another piece from the largest panel in the Large Slimline set, it would be a perfect border.

To create my scene I ink blended a dreamy sky by using Picked Raspberry, Spiced Marmalade and Squeezed Lemonade Distress Oxide inks using a Life Changing Blending Brush.

I added a rolling hill by die cutting the Slimline Stitched Border from Cilantro card stock and adding Mowed Lawn Distress Oxide ink to the edges.

I added some colored images from the Plane and Simple stamp set using a dot runner and foam squares.

Here’s a quick look at my first Slimline card from the other day using the Village Heroes stamp set. You can read more about this card HERE.

Remember, when you purchase the Village Heroes stamp set from Lawn Fawn , 100% of the profits go to Covid Relief.

Thank you for joining me today. You can catch more inspiration from the Design Team over on the Lawn Fawn blog.

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