Hello and welcome.
Today’s card is for our grandson and I’m making a second one for our 17-year-old great-grandson. When I cut the red layer, I realized I had cut the card base 3 1/4″ instead of 3 1/2″ by 11″ so it’s a 1/4″ narrower than it should be. Heart dies used are Sweet and Sassy Thinlits by SU. Red panel and hearts were run through a wood grain ef by Cuttlebug and large heart is popped up. Small black hearts are from a small hand punch. Sentiment was printed on the computer.
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14 thoughts on “Slimline Valentine”
SO BOLD. I love seeing you use ef for details on cutouts. Outstanding technique that I need to CASE.
Thanks Bonnie, you’re so sweet.
Lovely card Gerry. I like that you used a folder on all of it.
Thank you Johanna.
As long as you can either fit it in an envelope, or make an envelope to fit your card, it is always just the right size! This is a lovely card. The texture is beautiful, as are the colors.
Thanks Golda. You’re right, if it fits in an envelope it’s the right size.
Oh, love all the dimension from the EF folder! Beautiful card!
Thank you Diana
Love the red and the embossing folder on the background layer and hearts.
Thanks Gayle. It’s amazing how much a little embossing makes such a difference.
The red and black along with the woodgrained texture is perfect for a masculine card!
Thanks Lisa. Masculine Valentine cards are never easy for me. Glad you like it.
Great texture and design! I don’t make very many slimline cards, but I love yours!
Thanks Donna. The texture really does make a difference.