created this card last night. It's just a simple card. A few months ago I had punched a few flowers on a designer paper and saved the negative part of the punched paper rather than throwing it away.
Happy Tuesday, Everyone! I'm back!! I
Well, it worked out perfectly. I was going through my scrap pile and saw this designer paper with the negative punched flowers and I thought the layout of the flowers were pretty nice so I adhered it over a designer paper with a stripe design and added brads.
So. . .it's a good idea when punching out shapes on your designer paper or cardstock, be sure to punch with some sort of nice pattern so you can use the negative side for future cards.
I'm beginning to really like making scrappy cards. It's new to me and I'm learning slowly to come up with different card designs. It's a really great way to reduce your scrap pile. It's actually faster to make "scrappy cards" than it is to create "rubber stamped" cards because all it's about is coming up with a nice layout using paper, stickers and embellishments that work well together.
Anyway. . .back to making more scrappy cards. I'll see if I'll have time to create another card!