I’m a firm believer in letting the tools and supplies do all the creative work… I just put them together. This project is a great example of that. A beautiful die cut sentiment, a great snow stencil, and the perfect Christmas tree die come together to make a simple and beautiful slim line card.
Slimline card measurements:
Card base – 7″ x 8 ½” – score at 3 ½”
Card panel – 3 ½” x 8 ½”
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- Cardstock – Dark Blue
- Stencil – Large Falling Snow
- Purple Tape
- Jumbo tape dispenser for 1 ½” wide purple tape
- Luna Paste – Moonlight Pearl
- Palette Knife
- Silver Service – card stock pack
- Gold Glitter paper scrap
- Neenah Classic Crest 80# Card stock
- Large Written Merry Christmas Die Set
- Spellbinders Christmas Tree Die Set
- Spellbinders Platinum 6 Manual Die Cutting Machine (my favorite machine)
- Art Glitter liquid glue
- Metal tips for liquid glue
- Acrylic Stamp Blocks
- Artist- Tac dry adhesive 5.5″ x 9″ sheets
- Tim Holtz Craft Shears – Large
- Xacto knife
- Teflon Bone Folder
- Neenah Classic Crest 110# Cardstock (25 sheet pack) (card base, sentiment, & tree base)
- Neenah Classic Crest 110# Card stock (125 sheet pack)
- Mini Scoring Board
- Scotch Advanced Tape Glider
- 3M Foam Tape
- 3D Foam Squares
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