Aloha Card

Let’s mass produce some super cute Mini Slimline Cards!

Hey everyone, Debbie from Debbie J’s Crafting Corner, here today sharing how I quickly mass-produced this super cute “Aloha” mini slimline card set.

I love showing the process when I’m creating.  And I hope my tutorial and video help you see that, if I can make it, You Can Too!

I used the following dies from Dies R Us:

Check out the Video!

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Here is how I created these super cute (and easy) cards!   I mentioned that I was doing mass-producing.  So each step is repeated 8 times.

Since these are mini slimline cards, the first thing we need is a card base. So I’m taking a piece of  8  ½ by 11 in.  heavyweight cardstock I’m cutting a piece that is 6 ½ by 6 ¼. Don’t throw away the scraps.  You can use them later or on another project.

Next, I scored the 6 ½ side at 3 ¼.  Folding it in half creates the card base for our mini slimline cards.

Remember those scraps?  One should measure about 2 in. wide.  This is the perfect size for us to add our focal images to! But we will need to trim the end off a little.  I cut my panels to 2 in by a little over 7 in.  

Now let’s get to stamping!

I wanted a row of pineapples from the Aloha stamp set across the front panel. So I’m using a stamp platform to make it super easy to stamp.  After stamping each, I just shift the cardstock 1 ¼ inches to the right, and stamp again!

The Aloha Stamp Set comes with these cute little faces that you can add to the pineapple! So I added one to each!

Next, I added the Aloha sentiment to the upper right-hand side of my panel in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink.

I just couldn’t leave well enough alone.  There is ALSO a cute pair of sunglasses in the set.  So I stamped out a bunch, and die cut them out using the corresponding dies.

Let’s put it together!

Ok.  Enough playing around.  Instead of just going white on white, I wanted a bright matting layer.  So I went through my pattern paper stash and found a gorgeous sunrise ombre paper.  I cut it into 5 ¼ by 2 ¾ strips and was able to get 8 of them from one 12 x 12 sheet!  Perfect to make 8 cards!

I adhered my stamped panel onto the matting layer with Dotliner Adhesive and added foam tape to the back of the panel.  Now I can add it to my mini slimline card base.

Next, I stamped and die-cut some more of the pineapples and adhered them to the inside of the cards… then I decided that the envelopes needed to be dressed up a little too.  So I stamped the flap of each with the little pineapple and the “Aloha” sentiment.

Here are some photos of the finished card.

Love the card but don’t have the time to make it. You can buy it from the DJCC Designs shop!

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