August 1, 2020

Slimline Card Using Alcohol Inks, Dies, and Stamps

Have you gotten into the slimline card trend yet? At first, I wasn't a huge fan but only because I felt like I wasting paper when cutting it down to size. Unlike an A2 card size where no paper is wasted since you just cut an 8.5" x 11" paper in half.


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Below is a video tutorial showing how I created my card.
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The Maker's Movement Beach Vibes Stamp Set and Maker's Movement Beach Vibes Die Set can be used for so many cute beachy scenes on cards and even scrapbook layouts. Check out how cute they are...




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