Monday, February 20, 2012

thank you (use up scraps)




This mess was my craft/laundry room after my CPS anniversary challenge marathon.  Not pretty!  But before putting everything away, I challenged myself to make some cards using up scraps from my cards for CPS.  Here are two.


From the scraps of this card.  Made this using the watercolor Distress Ink block BG (it had taken me three tries to get the placement for the layout on the CPS sketch right!)  Used the leftover strips and "hung" them as if they were in front of a window.  Stitched at the top and balanced the bottom with a sentiment.

The next card was inspired by my napkin holder









and a card at CASE StudyChallenge awhile back.


I used the scraps of this card, stamped gingham BG squares, added a scalloped edge and a banner sentiment.  (Planned to make a birthday card with a sentiment "fluttering by with a big birthday hi"  then realized the scraps said "thank you"!)

Because the flutterbies are negatives of the butterfly punch, I am entering the Less is More challenge #55 Punches or Die Cuts.

The Mainzer Rosenmontag parade calls.  Helau.

Supplies birthday:
Paper: Neenah, watercolor paper, cardbase Buttinette
Stamps: SEI, Tim Holtz, sentiment Mint Motif
Ink: Distress Ink; black Versafine
Tools:  scissors, sewing machine

Supplies thank you:
Paper: Neenah, CS Coredinations
Stamps:SU; sentiment Hero Arts; BG CHF
Ink: Versamagic
Tools: punch Martha Stewart, edge punch EKS
Other: bling


4 comments:

Mandi said...

No white space but a super card
Thank you very much
mandi
"Less is More"

Chrissie said...

I love the colours of your LIM card and although there isn't a lot of white space left it's a very cute design.
Thanks so much
Chrissie
"Less is More"

stempelomi said...

wow, eine fröhlich bunte Karte die Lust auf Frühling macht!! gefällt mir!

Betty J. said...

Die Idee mit dem Bügeltisch gefällt mir. Ich finde das sitzen manchmal zu anstrengend und habe keinen passenden Tisch, an dem ich stehen kann. Ich glaube ich weiß wo mein Bügeltisch demnächst stehen wird.
Natürlich gefallen mir auch deine vielen tollen Karten, die du machst :-)

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