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Tiny Dancers

Hello friends! This is Crystal Komara here with you today reminiscing about my childhood days
 spent in tap, jazz and ballet.  Oh, yes, the words of "The Good Ship Lollipop" are stuck in my head.  
F-O-R-E-V-E-R!  When I first saw the new Room Builder Slimline Series die from Trinity Stamps I envisioned making a dance studio from that wooden floor.  I love being able to combine products from different companies, like the Tiny Dancers stamp set from Sunny Studios to help achieve the look I was hoping for!
 

This slimline line card measures 8 1/2" x 3 1/2". Slimline cards are designed to fit inside a regular #10 business sized envelope and require no additional postage.  The base of this card is made from Neenah Solar Smooth white cardstock.  I matted the base of the card with a 8 1/4" x 3 1/4" piece of magenta pink cardstock.  


Using the Trinity Stamps Room Builder Slimline Series dies, I cut the floor from kraft cardstock and adhered it directly to the magenta pink cardstock.  I cut a 8" x 2" piece of white cardstock to adhere to the top of the dance floor as the wall.  Using the window dies from the same Room Builder series, I cut two windows in the white cardstock.  I lined the back of the window with some scrap paper I had that looks like clouds.  I had to cut the two sets of curtains by hand.  I die cut the pink rug from the same paper as the curtains and adhered it to the center of the card using a Tombow dot runner.  I die cut two of the wooden board signs from the same die builder set and stamped "dance" in magenta ink.  I adhered the two signs between the windows using foam adhesive.  


I die cut the plant pots from white cardstock and the flowers or leaves from green glitter cardstock and pink glitter cardstock.  I stamped all of the dancers from the Tiny Dancers stamp set by Sunny Studios in Memento Tuxedo black ink on white cardstock.  I colored the dancers with Copic markers and then used the coordinating Tiny Dancers dies to cut them out.  I adhered the images to the card using foam adhesive for added dimension.   Lastly, I added a coat of clear Wink of Stella to the dancers for added sparkle.  




 

I hope you have enjoyed this sweet ballet themed slimline card!  Thanks for visiting and have a wonderfully creative day!

XO, Crystal 

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  1. these images would be perfect for my granddaughter the dancer. adorable

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