Sunday, 3 April 2011

Not Waste Away!


(With apologies to the Rolling Stones for twisting their "Not Fade Away" song title"!)

Here's another card that uses recycled leftover squares from an earlier project.  I've enjoyed making these and really like how they've turned out (which is quite something for me to say, because I can't normally look at things I make without seeing all the faults! lol)

By the way, if any of you have been umm-ing and ahhh-ing about whether to buy the Lost and Found card stack, I'd say go for it!  I keep returning to it time and time again and always find something that inspires me or suggests an idea for a project.  When mine get's a lot thinner I'll definitely be buying another!

8 comments :

Hels Sheridan said...

Cool card, am sure Mick and Keef won't mind :O)) Loving the peeping from the bushes Dan... you did make me jump though rofl SYF!

misteejay said...

You are really getting stuck into this not wasting stuff and it is great to see what you are coming up with. Another great card.

Toni :o)

Kaz said...

What a great idea to use up those very precious papers x
kazx

papillon said...

very cool idea! simple but yummi :)

Lori said...

Love the way you are using up scraps!! I didn't hesitate to buy the Lost and Found Pack! Its awesome! Yesterday, I picked up the Kraft Resist pack and a pack of the glassine paper! Can't wait to get busy!!!

Adriana said...

I like how your avatar appears behind the bushes. very cute!

nice job with the card.

Sue in CT said...

Fantastic! I did buy the Lost and Found and the stickers too but haven't used any of it. It is too nice to use on just anything so I keep waiting for that special project. I did find one but trying to get all the Holtz stuff I need to do it is another story. I just hope when I do it, it comes out half as good as your stuff does....then I would be thrilled. You're a great artist and waste free too!

mylittlecraftblog said...

I love the idea of using up scraps. I always turn to my "scrap pile" first when making a card or Cricut cut, but at the rate I buy paper, my stash is growing, not getting any smaller!
Your card is really beautiful! Thanks for the inspiration.
Evelyn

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