Hello again! Kari here with a card featuring that adorable pug from the July Kit. I show you how to color up a bunch of these cuties with Copics, and then create a slimline card with them. I also show you a custom slimline envelope that fits the card perfectly!

First, I chose my favorite images from the bunch and colored them up using Copic markers. I quickly fussy cut them and set them aside while I worked on the slimline elements. If you want to color up some pug dogs of your own, be sure to watch my video for a few tricks and color choices. Watch it below or in HD on YouTube:

I used some slimline die cuts to create the card panel. One detailed, stitched layer in lettuce green cardstock, and one smaller panel in cream cardstock.

For the smaller panel, I ink blended some Twisted Citron and Sky Blue inks. I added some paw print die cuts across the top of the panel, and a white heat embossed sentiment on black cardstock.

I finished it off with those adorable pugs! I used a variety of color choices so they wouldn’t all look the same.

For that matching envelope, I started with some lightweight black cardstock in 12×12 size. For all the measurements and details, be sure to watch the video!

I added the outline of the die cut paw prints and a silver heat embossed pug to the front of the envelope. It’s fun to create a coordinating envelope for your handmade card!

I hope you enjoyed this project today! Have you ever made a slimline card?

Kari V.

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