Hero Arts

Pocket Slimline cards: Perfect Little Notecards

Hi everyone! I will show you how to get the most out of your stash by creating 4 mini notecards out of one sheet of cardstock.  The photo below shows three of those little notecards. I watercolored these using Hero Arts Reactive Inks. These slimline cards were inspired by a crafty friend of mine, Virginia Fairchild, who we call V for short. She is an amazing person and I thought these slimline card size was pure genius! You can check out her blog post linked here.

And for some exciting news! Hero Arts has so generously provided us, the members of the Global Design team, three stamps and die bundles to give away via an Instagram hop! Each of us will pick three winners and each winner will receive one stamp and die bundle. I have all the details of the giveaway on my Instagram post which I will link here.  Come and join the IG hop for more chances of winning!

I have a video showing how I created these cards and also a tutorial on how to make two different styles of envelopes for these cards.

Below are close up photos of the three watercolored pocket slimline cards

The fourth card, I stenciled the background with pool party reactive ink using the Window on Love Confetti cover plate die which I made into a stencil then added splatters. I colored the cute little girl with copic markers.

I hope this inspired you to make your own pocket slimline cards.

‘Til next time!

❤️

Anna

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I am affiliated with some online stores including Altenew, Hero Arts, Concord & 9th, Scrapbook.com and Trinity Stamps. If you use any of the links above, I get a small commission from these wonderful shops at no extra cost to you. Thank you so very much for your support!  I truly appreciate it!

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