Hi Crafty Friends,
Are you ready for a new Fun Friday challenge at Your Next Stamp? Challenge #164 is "Scraps"! I created a slimline card using the Slim Stripe Panel Die and Your Next Stamp's Ewe Can Do It Set. There are literally 16 different blue pattern scrap papers, one for each stripe!
Make Crafty Friends Q & A:
Q: What do you do with all your cardstock scraps?
A: Me? I have a red, pink yellow etc. drawer and put them all in there and use for smaller die cuts etc.
Your Next Stamp Ewe Can Do It Stamp Set
Your Next Stamp Slim Stripe Panel Die
Lawn Fawn Stitched Circle Dies
Comment on the Your Next Stamp Blog Post, Your Next Stamp Facebook Page, and Your Next Stamp Instagram for a chance to win a free stamp set, comments must be left by May 19th and don't forget to comment on the Facebook Group and Instagram. The challenge runs through May 27th at midnight EST. Enter on the YNS Blog and you can win a $15 Gift Card and an extra $5 if your project uses YNS Products. I can't wait to see what you create!
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Mone are all in a big box that I dig thrpugh to find what I wantReplyDelete
Love the background they have created
These lambs are so cute. And I like how you made your background. I save my scraps of patterned papers, and my solid scraps. I use my sold scraps more often than my patterned pieces. I really should use them up, though.ReplyDelete
Cute card! Love the way you used your scraps! I save mine too, and I keep the smaller ones in a box that I have to rummage through. Larger scrap pieces I have in a big pile right now, but I need to find a better way to store them! I like your idea of sorting by color group. I use a lot of my scraps for die cutting.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful card. Great design.ReplyDelete
Just like you, I have my scraps sorted by colours in small drawers and I always try to use these scraps first.
Wow!! I'm impressed...and what a darling card. I also keep all of my scraps and sort by color in large zip lock bags. I keep my smaller scraps in smaller baggies, next to my die cut machine.ReplyDelete
super cute card!ReplyDelete
I use them for small die cuts
Look at that! What a great way to get rid of those PP scraps.ReplyDelete
I keep most of my scraps and try to organize them by color, but usually end up digging through piles instead. What a fun way to use those little strips of paper, and what a great result!ReplyDelete
Very cute card. Love the slimline panel. Thanks fro playing at Time Out.ReplyDelete
This might be my favorite card, would keep this displayed to inspire me on those rough mornings! These little ewes are extra darling!! (Hubby always signs love ewe) perfect way to use up that slimline area! I love every scrap! I have a partitioned file folder that I put my scraps in by color family.ReplyDelete
Cute card design using scraps. I like keep my solid color scraps in a drawer system by color and patterned paper in color families in drawers or in a plastic bag with the paper pad.ReplyDelete