Sketched Flowers Slim Line Card

Sketched Flowers Slim Line Card

This card features a stamp from the “Sketched Flowers” stamp set from Simon Says Stamp. This stamp is huge and is perfect (I thought) for a slim line card design.

I stamped the image with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored it with Copic Markers (YR4, YR7, YR9, 0; YG6, YG63, YG67; R83, R85, R89; BV02, BV04, BV08; V12, V15, V17; Y17, YR15, YR04).

The white focal panel and black mat were both cut with dies from the “Slim Diagonal Stitched Rectangles” set from Pinkfresh Studio.

The greeting strip is from a digital file called “Birthday Strips MODERN FONT” from The Ton. (Thank you, Bonnie!)

The finished card is 8 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ and fits in a regular business size envelope. If you wish to create an envelope with a We R Memory Keepers envelope punch board, start with a 9 3/4″ square piece of paper and begin punching/scoring at 6 5/8″.

The current Modsquad Challenge is “Simple Focus” where we are encourged to use only one image on our card front as our only focal; no other embellishments except a greeting if we wish.

Thanks for checking out my card project!

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10 thoughts on “Sketched Flowers Slim Line Card

  1. Wow, just WOW!!! You have blown me away with this, it’s so gorgeous. All the luscious, beautiful color!!!! Great take on the challenge, thanks so much for playing along with us over at The Mod Squad. Hope to see back again soon!


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