I think that you'll agree that this slim line card is whale done! I made this card with the Whale of a Time suite of products. Sadly, the Whale of a Time patterned paper is discontinued, but this fun shaker card could be made with other patterned papers. This card idea uses the same dimensions as last week's Whale of a Time slim line cards. So, on y go! Let's get stamping.
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Slim line cards seem to be all the rage these days, and these slim line cards are kind of a big deal with the Whale Done stamp set and Whale of a Time patterned paper. All three cards have the same basic layout and the patterned paper and whale punch make them so easy to pull together. I love the Whale of a Time patterned paper because it is so bright and colorful. Sadly, it will be discontinued in just a few weeks, so you'll want to grab some before it's gone. Ok, on y go! Let's get stamping.
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Want to recreate these Whale of a Time slim line cards? Just click the button below to see the full supply list. If you need anything to create the cards, simply uncheck the items you don't need and click "Add to Cart." Be sure to use this month's Host Code on the next screen under the pink "Checkout" button to earn Frequent Shopper Points towards FREE stamps.
With sketch challenges, I always like to play around a bit with the basic sketch and take some liberties. This is especially true in my first card featuring the new Tree Angle stamp set and Stitched Triangles dies. I flipped the card on its side and created two Christmas trees with a suggestion of a patch of starlit sky between them. I added copper stars to the trees, a line of Copper Foil, and a copper greeting cut with the Joy die set.
I stamped the floral triangle on a piece of Petal Pink cardstock using Petal Pink ink and then cut the word "Hi" using the Playful Alphabet dies. I used the same triangle to stamp along the edges of the piece of Petal Pink cardstock that is the first layer of the card. For a little bling, I finished the card with some of the Artistry Blooms Sequins.