Tuesday, September 8, 2020

You Rock Distressed Edge Slimline

Hi Crafty Friends,
Are you enjoying the SLIMLINE card trend? If so, Kat Scrappiness is the place to SHOP! There are soooooo many awesome slimline dies and more are coming including scene creating dies, stencils, papers...SWOON! Today, I am sharing the NEW Distressed Edge Nesting Dies with you.

Make Crafty Friends Q & A:
Q: Have you ever been to the top of a mountain?
A: Me? I don't think so.



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Please grab your goodies using the links below!

Supplies:
Kat Scrappiness Distressed Edge Nesting Dies
Kat Scrappiness You Rock with Shadow Die
Trinity Stamps Mountain Dies (part of slimline set)
Enamel Dots

Challenges:
CCC Digi Creations Challenge #118:  Monochrome
Double Trouble Challenge #66 Make A Scene (Thing 1, Thing 2)
Paper Girls Challenge #207: Around the World
Dare 2 B Artzy September Challenge: Fav Color: Purple
Aud Sentiments Challenge #259: Anything Goes + Sentiment
Wednesday Creative Inspirations September Challenge Spots, Dots Ink Splats
Stamplorations Summer Challenges

Sugar Pea Designs Just Because Meant to Be Sent



14 comments:

  1. Love the background and those mountains are so cute, especially in my favorite color. I haven't been on top of a mountain. I do know there is a Mountain and creek in North Carolina named after my great grand father. Crowder's Mountain, I have always wanted to go visit there.

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  2. What a fabulous die.
    Love the card colours
    Claire Mrs H's Crafty Corner

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  3. Love the slimline technique. I have been to the top of small mountains--nothing too big.

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  4. Love the Distressed Edge die for your slimline card! Great mountains too!
    I don't think I have been on top of a mountain.

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  5. Purple mountains majesty. I do like the new slimline look as more room to build a cool scene like this one. Yes, I have been to the top of many mountains. My favorite was Mt Hood in Oregon. Awesome views!!

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  6. Love the colors and great whimsical mountain scene...adorable and excellent frame for a tall/skinny card. Thanks for sharing with us at Double Trouble and The Paper Girls.

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  7. Such a beautiful card! Love the colours and gorgeous background. Thank you for sharing with us at Creative Inspirations, good luck.
    Hugs
    Gina xx

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  8. Love your card, Meghan! The colors are so gorgeous, and the slim line die really add to the rugged feel of your mountains. Thank you for sharing your creative talents with us at Double Trouble this week!!! -Donna

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  9. The purple is gorgeous. Nice idea. I have been to the top, but was it a hill or a mountain? One of my thousands of questions in life. When does it change from a hill to a mountain? A grive to a forest, etc.

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  10. Gorgeous card!
    yes but small one :D

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  11. What a bright and fun card! To answer your question - I haven't been up to the top of any huge mountains. But I've been to the mountains lots! Thank you for joining us with your card at Double Trouble! :)

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  12. The only way i've ever been to the top of a mountain was on a tram. Not into heights, and not into climbing..awk! This card however, is exactly the way I like to experience mountains.

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  13. What a lovely card. Love the colours.
    I haven't been on top of mountains.
    Valerija xx

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  14. Fabulous colors for your mountain scene, Meghan! The slimline card is perfect - great use of the "distressed edge" die, too. Thank you for joining us at Double Trouble #66. I enjoy traveling and have visited the highest paved locations in the Austrian Alps and the Andorran Pyrenees (7,900 ft.), to mention only two. I am only a tourist, not a climber!

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