Do you ever find yourself in a creative rut? We certainly know the feeling of sitting down with all the supplies out and just drawing a blank on what to create. Well, we have just the solution for you, Graphic 45 Printable Project Sheets. We currently have 60+ to choose from, covering everything from albums, cards, boxes, and home decor pieces. The project sheets are easy to follow and you can always swap out the paper collection used for what you have on hand. Today on the blog Anna Sigga shows us how elevate the Floral Slimline Card Set project sheet for our #ClubG45LeveledUp series. You are going to love the added dimension and flowers.
Well Groomed Slimline Card
By Anna Sigga
“I love all things slime-line related, and when I saw this kit over at Graphic 45, I just had to create cards using the ideas found in that month’s kit club.
I used the information in the project sheet as the base for my cards. I, however, added lots of dimensions using foam adhesive and of course, I just had to add the Matte Gem Pearls.
I don’t have the red flower die cuts, so I used the Ivory pack and the red rose bouquet instead.
Each layer of my card is popped up using foam adhesive, so this card will not fit in a regular slimline envelope.
I did the same as the project sheet suggests and cut the card base length to be 8 1/4 inches, and that way, you can use the 8×8 paper pad.
I inked all the edges with black in to give it a bit more interest, and because I kind of must ink all the stuff all the time.
The kit club project sheets are a great way to get you to work with what you have.
If you don’t have a particular item, just dig through your stash, and I am sure you will be able to find a great replacement. If you have the beautiful Graphic 45 papers, you can’t go wrong.” ~Anna
Original Video Tutorial:
Floral Slim-line Card Set Tutorial featuring Well Groomed
Graphic 45 supplies:
• Well Groomed journaling and ephemera cards
• Flower assortments – Shades of Ivory
• Rose Bouquet – Triumphant red
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