January 4, 2024
This week’s challenge over at H2H is all about the thin cuts! Well, let me share with you a card that is ONLY white daisy cardstock. (well, and three white dots for embellishment . . ) The card came together really rather easily!!
I used the postage frames thin cuts to get my frame. Then I took the inside piece, and used the decorative texture background thin cut to get all those itty bitty dots and petals cut out of the center . . . AFTER I added some distress oxide to it. I used Mustard Seed, PIcked Raspberry, and Peacock Feathers on that panel, making sure to overlap them to get some additional blended colors. I put some Peacock Feathers onto some more white daisy cardstock, and then used the Sending Hugs thin cut. I cut it two more times from white, to make it a bit thicker for my card.
I colored a corner of more white daisy with the picked raspberry and used the heart from Teddy Bear Hugs to cut that out. I had a bit of space on the peacock feathers, so cut out another heart for the inside of the card. And, last, but not least in the thin cuts is the mini envelope thin cut.
I did use some pumice stone on the card base, and a line on the inside of the card to bring that color inside as well. I like how it turned out! And no scissors, no paper trimmer! Just thin cuts and white daisy paper!
I hope that you like my little project today! I think it turned out super cute!
You should dig into your stash, show us what you can do with your thin cuts!
Until next time!
White Daisy Cardstock
White Cards & Envelopes Value Pack
Tombow Dual-tip Multi-bond Glue Pen
Sending Hugs Thin Cuts
Mini Envelope Thin Cuts
Decorative Texture Background Thin Cuts
Pumice Stone Distress Oxide
Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide
Picked Raspberry Distress Oxide
Mustard Seed Distress Oxide
Postage Frames Thin Cuts
Teddy Bear Hugs