‘Thanks SLOW much!’ Snail-mail card

What’s with the popcorn on this fun Snail-mail card using those adorable snails from Lil’ Inker Designs? (who, by the way is having their Montthly Meetup Challenge )



Well, The Daily Marker has a Pop-Up challenge going on, and it’s all about lines.


I’ve added silver linings to my embossed clouds, extended the rays of the sun and added and emphasized the lines on the snail shells to make them look a bit more realistic.


These snails are so cute, I’m sure they’ll be popping up on more cards in the near future!


Materials used:

  • Lil’ Inker Designs – Snailed It! Stamp set and dies
  • Stampin’ Up dye inks – Creamy Caramel & So Saffron
  • Copic Markers – E31, E33, E37, YR24
  • Gelly Roll pen – white
  • Versamark ink
  • Ranger Perfect Medium pen
  • JoAnn CraftEssentials Embossing Powder – Clear
  • Inkadinkado Embossing Powder – Linen White
  • Hampton Arts Embossing Powders – Copper, Gold, Metallic Gold, Silver, Yellow
  • Recollections Detail Embossing Powder – Ebony
  • Ranger Glossy Accents
  • Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Crafty Power tape,E-Z Runner for vellum (used under ‘moss’ ribbon) & DODZ small
  • Misc. ‘moss’ ribbon, citrus colored flowers ribbon, and cardstock

I’m entering this card in the following challenges. I’ll add the links in case you want to play along, too…


Just remember: Slow and steady wins the race! (or was that for turtles?!) Have a fun day!


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3 thoughts on “‘Thanks SLOW much!’ Snail-mail card

  1. Oh my gosh, I love that!! That would be the perfect card for when you keep meaning to thank someone, but you put it off and put it off, and eventually it becomes embarrassing because you waiting so long. This card would totally fix that!


  2. Oh, I just adore what you’ve done with our Snailed It Stamps! How ca-ute is this??!!! Thank you so much for joining our Monthly Meetup Challenge and I look forward to having you join us again next month. Thanky you!


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