Hello and welcome to my blog today I have a scrap Card to share with you meaning it was made using mainly just paper scraps that came from other projects. Scrap cards are great for everyone especially if you scraps of cardstock, designer series paper or projects that just didn't turn out the way you wanted them to. Simply cut them into strips and have fun. I love to create Scrap cards because they are quick easy and fun. For this card I used the Waves of Inspiration Stamp Set.
Tips & Tricks:
Making inspiring cards is easy with the Waves of Inspiration Stamp Set. It includes versatile phrases you can use for birthdays, friendship, or just as a kind pick-me-up. And you'll love the coordinating images: a realistic pelican on a post, a flying bird, and a detailed wave. Combine these images with one of the thoughtful greetings to create cards people will cherish. For the strips I used pieces of card fronts that I had cut down. So the strips where from past cards that I made with the same stamp set.
I then used a piece of Basic White Cardstock cut down to the size of the card front I want to use. Then I added a piece of Adhesive Sheets cut down to the same size of the Basic White Cardstock. This is the easiest way to add the strips in which ever pattern you pick. I then cut off the excess cardstock that hangs off the edge of the back of the Basic White Cardstock. After cutting the excess off I then added the card front to the card base.
To finish the card I added a sentiment panel where the sentiment was stamped in Daffodil Delight Classic Ink and the pelican in Early Espresso Classic Ink. I popped this panel up onto a piece of Daffodil Delight Cardstock cut just a little bigger than the Basic White Cardstock panel. I then added a few of the Waves Rhinestone Basic Jewels (now sold out and retired).
Thanks for dropping by today I hope you have a wonderful day. You will find all the supplies listed that I used today in the shopping list below.