I'm trying to use up all my scraps lately as I have way too much and it's cluttering my brain as well as my creative space!
I thought I would share my creations - Mum and Dad will take these and more with them on their trip up to Darwin in their bus to sell to the travellers they meet along the way!
I pulled out the left over bits from a class sample that I made for last month using the Echo Park Little Girl Range.
I mostly had Journalling Cards left over so I pulled out my folder of scraps and this is what I came up with.
A paper scrap organisation tip I have it to cut up a selection of large paper scraps into card fronts - 14cm x 10cm and keep them handy so you can rumage through them when you have smaller scraps to use on quick cards!
This is super old Stampin Up paper - It's been hanging around for ages so I'm glad to be using it finally!
The ribbon ruffles add some dimension!
I love love love these lolly pop flowers, they are just scraps of paper punched using nesting punches or nestability circles and your cuttlebug, stacked and stapled with the Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher! These ones I've crumpled a little bit for some dimension.
These ones I've left flat for a cleaner look.
Just some left over flowers and a brad on top of a journalling block which has been layered with a couple of bits of cardstock.
I've used the star motif on the journalling tag and copied it by adding a larger chipboard star as the focal point!
Nice and easy - Just because it is a journalling tag doesn't mean you have to write on it - Break the rules sometimes! It's fun!
Lots of layering and another ribbon ruffle.
Buttons and string - Simple and oh sew cute!
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