Monday, December 20, 2021

Painted Peony Mini Slimline Duo - Pinkfresh Studio

Good morning! I'm stopping by to share some cards - and a new video I created for Pinkfresh Studio sharing another way to use those beautiful washi slimline stamp sets that are often too large for your stamp positioner. If you don't want to purchase a larger one, or maybe don't have space to store it, this is a great option! While cutting your stamps apart may sound scary - it really isn't, and is a great way to make your supplies work best for you. And they still work great with the one piece stencils and dies. The video linked below shows you how!

Here is that video with more details:

Once the video concluded, I used some of those lovely pieces to assemble a couple of cute mini slimline cards.

For both cards, I used the Mini Slimline Stitched Scalloped Rectangle dies - I used one half of it on each card, so one card as the scallops facing in, the other has them facing out. You can use them together, but it is also fun to separate and get two different cards from one pass with the die cut!

I added sentiments to both cards from the stamp set. One of them I stamped directly on the cardbase using Detail Black ink, the other I heat embossed on a strip of black cardstock.

The scallop frames are both popped up with foam adhesive, and the florals I adhered partly with foam adhesive, and partly with liquid glue, curling up the edges for some extra dimension.

Finished off by embellishing with a few coordinating Bubblegum Jewels for an extra pop of color and sparkle!

Product links are all below - including affiliate links where possible, which simply means if you use one of the links below that I receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!!!

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