We’re going to make a slim card tonight at stamp club so Ann made one with our online friends yesterday.

Ann started with the idea that she would be using the new set with the conversation hearts called Sweet Conversations. It’s a great bundle, but it wasn’t easy to get our paws on. (That little Domino must have it in his crate.)

So Ann got inspired and used some of the colors the coordinating patterned paper called Sweet Talk.

We started with the Highland Heather. We added the Smokey Slate because we wanted the flowers to pop – and they did. We added Polished PInk for the tulips and Granny Apple Green for the stems.

Highland Heather and Granny Apple Green are the only colors that are included in the Sweet Talk Designer Series Paper, but you’ve got to start somewhere!

We love it when we all start designing the card together. And it all started because of the new Stampin’ Up! Slimline Envelopes.

Ann showed them in the video below. (Or you can watch it here on YouTube.)

Don’t laugh, but the hardest part of slim line cards – or at least this slim line card – was that it was a bit too tall to take a good picture of in our regular spot.

So we laid down the card and the coordinating envelope and tried to get a better picture that way.

Slim Line Card
Slim Line Card

You Can Make This Slim Line Card

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