Slimline Wildlife Wonder Card

This morning I used the Wildlife Wonder stamp set and created a scenic slimline card (inspired by Helen Read) to go in our new Slimline Envelopes.

I started with a full piece of Basic White cardstock. I cut it at the 7-1/2″ mark to create an 8-1/2″ X 7-1/2″ piece, which I then scored at 3-3/4″ to fold in half.

Next I trimmed down the remaining piece to 8-1/8″ X 3-3/8″. I also cut a piece of Early Espresso at 8-1/4″ X 3-1/2″. This creates a layered card perfect for our new Slimline Envelopes.

Next I used Blending Brushes to create a Crushed Curry and Balmy Blue sky. Adding some sunny flower details in Crushed Curry with the Butterflies & Flowers Decorative Masks.

You can see all the other details of the card in the video below.

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