Christmas Gleaming - Sheetload of Cards September 2020

Hello again. Today I have something quite different than my usual content. I decided to make some cards using a template designed by Alicia from Call Me Crafty All on YouTube. She releases these templates monthly and it helps you make multiple cards easily by providing you with measurements. 

This set of cards appealed to me as I have never tried making the slimline cards that are all the rage. I decided to use elements from the Christmas Gleaming Variety Bundle, particularly the Brightly Gleaming Specialty Designer Series Paper and the Gleaming Ornaments Punch for the gold foil ornaments.

I used sentiments from the Wrapped In Christmas and Gift Wrapped Stamp Sets stamped onto Whisper White cardstock, which was then matted onto either Pretty Peacock or Gold Foil (I don't have any of the copper foil sheets but the gold seemed to match). I used the Banners Pick a Punch to punch the ends of those strips. I also used the Wrapped in Texture Embossing Folders on the Whisper White cardstock .

You can get your own copy of Alicia's template this month by visiting Call Me Crafty Al's YouTube September Sheetload video here. I modified the letter sized instructions to our Australian A4 sizing which made it a little shorter than US letter sized template. 

Card supplies: 

Modified Card sizing for A4 cards (refer to Sheetload Sept 2020 for card layer names)

  • PP-A: Brightly Gleaming DSP 3.5" x 8.25"
  • PP-B: Brightly Gleaming DSP 2.25" x 3.5"
  • CS1-A: Whisper White Card base 7' x 8.25" folded in half to make the card base (3.5" x 8.25")
  • CS1-B: Whisper White 2.25" x 3.25"
  • CS2-A: Pretty Peacock 2.5" x7.25"
  • CS2-B: Pretty Peacock or Gold foil 3.5" x 1" (to allow for the ends to be cut with the punch) , Whisper White layer 2.75" x 0.75"

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Hope you get a chance to try out these slimline cards, they are a lot of fun.
Have a great week!
Annie A

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