Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Happy Birthday card with Scraps!

While I was offline with computer problems this past weekend I used some of the time to clean up my craft room.  Where does all the bits of paper and debris come from?  I already need to vacuum again!

Anyway, while I was cleaning up my stamping table I noticed how much paper I needed to put away and decided to play around and make some cards using scraps.  I actually had the card base there as well. 

Here is what I came up with.  I am pleased with the way it turned out!  I hope you like it too!


 Scallop Circles are 1 1/4", 1 1/2", 1 3/4", 2".

 Here's how I made my flower:
First, I punched the shapes out, laid them on my Stampin Up Stamp Cleaner (you can use anything really), and sprayed them with water.
Then I wadded them up! I decided to add some solids as well in
Stampin UP Marina Mist & Not Quite Navy.

 
I let them dry for a bit then opened them up.  Be careful with the Design Paper it is a little more delicate.  You might even want to open these a little before they are completely dry.  Then just let them set out for a little longer to dry.

Then put the layers together.  I played around a little with them to see which ones I like together the best.  As you can see, I didn't use all my pieces.  I used glue dots to keep the layers together, used a crop-a-dile to punch a hole then used a brad.  You can also just adhere the layers together and use a button which is really cute!
Recipe:
Card Base: SU  Marina Mist 4 1/4" X 5 1/2" (folded)
Card front: Not Quite Navy 3 1/4" X 5"   
Other Cardstock / Paper:  SU River Rock, Chocolate Chip, White, SU DP scrap
Ink:  Chocolate Chip, Not Quite Navy
Stamps:  PTI Communique Sentiments
Accessories:  Sticky Rhinestones, SU District Ribbon, Cuttlebug & Distressed Stripes Embossing Folder, Scallop circle punches, Silver Brad

Thanks so much for visiting me while I am
Hiding in My Craft Room!

Have a great crafting day!

9 comments:

  1. super cute...and thanks for the tutorial

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  2. Fabulous card! The blues and browns together are gorgeous and I love how you did that flower!

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  3. Sweet card! Thank you for the picture tutorial!
    Looks simple :) I should give it a try.

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  4. Oh, this is cute and I love the tutorial! Thanks for the tips!

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  5. Awesome card! Even better when you can make something so fun using up some of those scraps, too. Great tutorial on the layered flower. I will have to give it a try! Thanks! :)

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  6. Love the card. I like seeing how different flowers are made.
    Linda in Stanwood

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  7. Thanks for sharing! I had to go try to make a flower after I saw your post...LOVE! I cut some more scallop circles last night and will be playing with more flowers today. I so enjoy your blog!

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  8. Wonderful card made with scraps! Thanks for the flower tut!:)

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  9. Very pretty card...Love the flower...Thank you for the tutorial...

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