Saturday, 18 July 2015

Three Cards from Scraps


I'm sure I'm not alone in having bags and boxes of scraps - scrapbook paper leftover from a layout, extra backgrounds made when trying a technique, offcuts of card, extra die-cuts ......!!!

This week I grabbed one of these bags and challenged myself to make some cards using these scraps.


This cocktail was cut out, using a freebie SVG file, the first time I tried 'print and cut' on the Silhouette ecutting machine. The cardstock was offcuts and I added glossy accents, gems, glitter (to the lime) and I cut out the sentiment.
I'd like to enter:
Fairytale Challenge bling
Curtain Call  celebrate


Here I used scraps from Graphic 45 paper left from a project kit from my local crop months ago. The tag was one that at some stage  I distressed, stamped with compasses...and shoved in a bag of scraps! I cut some of the paper into banners and dry embossed the teal card.
I'd like to enter:
Eureka Stamps  the beach
Little Red Wagon  beach


Here we have offcuts of card, digital patterned paper I printed out and didn't use, die cut trees and torn kraft paper altered with paint and text stamp (leftover from a project). The only thing I used that was not in the scrap bag is the sentiment.
I'd like to enter:
Crazy4Challenges tree
Simon Says Stamp anything goes 

13 comments:

  1. Wow Marina! You've been very busy on the creative side and sorry to take so long to get here!
    Gorgeous creations all.
    Fliss xx

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  2. Great cards, all three and I love the bach one nd that you have used scraps. Thanks for joining us this week at Eureka Stamps. Karal DT

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  3. Love your beautiful card. The die cut trees are pretty. Thank you for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. :)

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  4. Great way to use bits and bobs Marina--all lovely cards

    Chrissie x

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  5. Beautful beach card made from scraps. Proves you should never throw anything away! Thanks for joining us at Eureka Stamps. Mary

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  6. Since I don't throw away anything and cut out papers hidden behind the panels I've got loaaaaaads of scraps. I'm addicted to DPs, don't want anything go to waste, and also cutting out papers from where they're going to be hidden allows my cards not to be heavier than necessary.
    The cocktail one really caught my eye, with its bright colors and sequins... Love the vintage style of the seaside one and the retro look of your tree card.

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  7. 3 great little cards! Well done on using up your scraps, I love doing this too!
    Thanks for playing in the At The Beach challenge over at Eureka Stamps this week!
    Good Luck
    Hugs
    Dawn xx

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  8. Chears! Thanks for showing your beautiful blingbling card for our fairytale-challenge.
    hugs
    mamapia

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  9. Such great cards! I love the beach scene card - so sweet! Thanks for joining us at Little Red Wagon :)
    Joanne xo

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  10. Congrats on having your beach themed card featured at Little Red Wagon!
    Joanne xo

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  11. Fantastic cards! Thanks for joining us at the Curtain Call!

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  12. Wow! You've been busy. Awesome cards. Thank you for joining us at afairy Tale Challenge.

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  13. Beautiful cards! :-D Thank you so much for joining us at Fairy Tale Challenge this fortnight. I hope to see you again. :-D
    Milka DT

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