I have a special post today as we reveal some new slimline dies, background cover plate and stamp sets from Kat Scrappiness. These new dies are AMAZING and definitely cheaper than what’s available out there in the market! You need to hurry and order them soon before they sell out!
There is also a GIVEAWAY for today and tomorrow at the KS Blog so if you would like to participate, head on over to the blog post (click here) and leave a comment there for a chance to win a $25 gift card that you can spend to get anything you want from the shop!
Before I show you the products, I just want you all to know that Kat Scrappiness is also having a 4th of July weekend “SITEWIDE” sale (excludes Slimline products). Use the coupon code (FREEDOM) to get 15% off your entire order.
For my projects today, I am showcasing two new slimline dies. The Cityscape Slimline dies and the Double-stitched nesting slimline dies. Here’s what they look like:
To make my first card, I created the background by die-cutting masking paper using the Nesting Circle dies. I ink-blended a Bristol smooth panel with Chipped Sapphire, Faded Jeans, Wilted Violet and Black Soot. I used a paintbrush to flick some water on the colored panel and dabbed it with paper towel to dry. Removing the mask revealed the full moon. I used the Cityscape slimline die to die-cut it in black and kept it simple by adhering it to the colored panel with liquid glue.
I finished the design by stamping the sentiment with Versafine Onyx black ink and added an enamel heart. Here’s a closer look:
For my second card, I wanted to showcase the Cityscape slimline die on an A2 size card to show versatility, die-cutting it a couple of times with some Bristol smooth white card stock and inking them up with some distress oxide inks in rainbow order.
I used the Sunscape stencil to create a subtle hue for my background. I finished the design by adding the sentiment from the Everyday Brush Stroke stamp set. Here’s a closer look:
I went for a simple card for my third sample for you. I die-cut the panel using the Double-Stitched Nesting Slimline dies and stamped the rainbows and other images a few times on the card. The new Catherine Pooler inks are my favorite!
The frame was foam-mounted for added dimension and to finish the design, I added some Sparkling clear jewels. They are my favorite to use for cards!
Here’s a closer look:
I hope I have given you some card-making/stamping inspiration today. The supplies I use are listed and linked below. Thanks for stopping by and happy stamping!