Friday, August 2, 2013

Save Your Scraps

Hello again, everyone!  I'm back again today to share a card that I made for the Crafty Cards 'N Such Blog that comes with a great crafting tip.  That tip I'd like to share with you all is......"Don't Throw Out Your Scraps"!!  By saving all those little pieces that are always left over from making cards and projects, you can create all sorts of great things.  I made this card using little end pieces and left-overs from several of the cards I've made recently.
I used several great products from Classy Cards 'N Such.  The patterned paper used on the bas of the card is from the Webster's Pages Spring Market Collection, and all the other little pieces are from this same collection and also the Simple Stories Summer Fresh Paper Pad.  I pieced them all together and machine stitched them to the base.  Each piece is inked with the Tim Holtz Distress Inks in either Barn Door Red or Bundled Sage.  The sentiment I used is a rub-on from the My Sentiments Exactly Friends Set.  I tied some baker's twine into a few coordinating buttons, and adhered them to my card using 1/8" Scor-Tape which works perfectly for safely securing embellishments.  I stapled a small piece of the Natural Trim to the side of the card, and also sewed down a piece of the darling Trendy Tape in Polka Dot Red.  I hope you'll take some time today to check out all the darling supplies available at Classy Cards 'N Such.
 
Thanks for stopping by to take a peek.  I'm grateful to have you visit, and I hope that you will take time to stop by the Classy Cards 'N Such Blog, our Facebook Page, and our awesome shop where you can save an extra 10% on all your orders by using Coupon Code KAREN-10.  I will also be sharing some great tutorials for them in August, and I'd love to have you check them out.  You can stay connected by signing up on the blog for the newsletter, or by following the Facebook Page.
 
Have a great week!
Karen

4 comments:

  1. Love the way the paper scraps show up so brightly against the navy background, Karen.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  2. Sweet homespun card! I HAVE SOOOOO MANY SCRAPS!!!!
    Hugs,
    Pam
    scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

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  3. So clever! And the end results are this heartwarming card!

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  4. I just love love love how you've used your scraps....I feel like digging out my scraps and going crazy! LOL Have a beautiful day!

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