[VIDEO] Lovely slimline card with ink blending and heat embossing

Hi crafty friends! I am back with a sweet, calorie free slimline card inspiration with video tutorial, what I have created with ink blending, heat embossing and die-cutting. You can find the video here


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Watch my video tutorial below to learn how to create slimline card with sugar free cookies quickly and easily. If you have any questions feel free to ask in a comment.  

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I started the cardmaking with die-cutting. I created heart shape die cuts in pastel colors with the smaller heart shape die from the All My Love set as well as light brown hearts with the larger one.

I have also created one more die-cut with the smaller heart die as a template for speeding up the stamping and heat embossing process. Then I stamped on the heart die-cuts with watermark ink and heat embossed with fine white embossing powder.

Next, I created shadows on the hearts with Distress Oxide Inks. I picked a slightly darker color then the current die-cut color. Check this process in the video here. When it was done, I have created the highlights too with white pencil and pen.

After this I adhered the heart die-cuts together and created the card base with the Peekaboo Windows and the Scallop Frames Slimline dies. These two dies work perfectly together. I have created a soft teal die-cut with the largest die from the Peekaboo Windows set. I made a quick ink blending on it through the Lattice Stencil with Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide ink. After the ink blending, I splattered on it with clear water.

In the end I embellished the card with White Hearts Clay Confetti. It’s just a nice addition to the cards. And the slimline card was ready. Thank you so much for stopping by, see you next time. Hugs, Mona.


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1 comment

  1. Gorgeous card!!! The hearts look like iced and decorated heart cookies!


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