Today I am sharing a card that I created using scraps from the mess on my desk. I created this card for a challenge. I had made paper and then die cut leaves. I had the paper left and thought, why should I throw it out? Instead, I decided to use it to make a card.
The first thing I did to create this was to die cut two leaves from patterned paper scraps using Paper Trey Ink's "Leaf Silhouette" dies. I then die cut a mask and inked the leaves using Distress Ink.
I used an A2 sized "Soft Stone" card base and used a stencil with some soft stone ink on the background. I then stamped the sentiment.
I adhered some orange stripe pattered paper scrap onto the card front and the inked strip over it that. Next I used some foam adhesive to adhere the leaves. I then put a bit of sparkle with Wink of Stella over the leaves. My last step was to adhere some clear sequins to the card front.
I LOVE how this card turned out. It was one of the easiest I have ever made. I challenge you to use some scraps from your stash to make a card. I am entering this into CYCI#88-Anything Goes Challenge.
I hope you enjoy the rest of our day!
Paper-Soft Stone and White Card stock-Paper Trey Ink, Patterned Paper-scraps from my stash
Ink-Shaded Lilac, Dusty Concord, Squeezed Lemonade Distress Ink, Burned Orange and Blue Violent ink from Simon Says Stamp, Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Stamp and Dies-Simon Says Stamp
Other-Ranger Matte Adhesive, Foam Adhesive,