Tuesday, June 11, 2013

A Little Hello

I had fun making these quick and easy cards this morning...I'm trying my best to use up lots of scraps...I love it when they turn into something pretty.

 On the basic gray card stock...I used my mini honey comb folder.

The circles on both cards are from advertisement postcards I received in the mail...I thought they were so pretty...I just didn't have the heart to throw them out...lol.

So sorry that the pic below is blurry...I'm still trying to get acquainted with my new camera...but I like that tiny little hello stamp from the pretty petite set.

I hope that you can see in this pic the butterflies wings are raised.

Here is the recipe:

Stamp set: pretty petites.
Card stock: Kraft...basic gray...assorted scraps...and cream printer paper.
Ink: basic gray.
Punches: petite and curly labels...embosslits beautiful wings...mini honeycomb border and distressed stripes folders.
Additional supplies: flax bakers twine...s/u acrylic blocks...sticky strip...big shot...fiskar...and simply scored plate.

Thanks for stoppin' by this morning...have a great morning...enjoy the rest of your day...and I hope you all have a stampin' good time.

Stampin' HUGZ


Cathy said...

Hi Beverley, this card is lovely, great idea to re use things. Thanks for your visit too :) Cathy x

Desire Fourie said...

Awesome designs. Love the colourful butterflies on the circle and I can see you are also a punch addict like me.
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Nicecrane Designs said...

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Lori said...

Wonderful use of those scraps! Darling card!

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