Welcome to today’s Sunday Special #14 Make a handmade card: scrap busting
Hi and welcome to another blog post. Today is the 14th Sunday Special and I show you how to make a handmade card by scrap busting. I am using the lovely and adorable Good Morning Magnolia stamp set along with Magnolia Lane co-ordinating DSP Scraps.
The colours I chose were Petal Pink and Mossy Meadow with a whisper white card front.
Today’s card was a scrap busting card. Many scraps from my Magnolia Lane DSP were used, and I incorporated some fussy cutting too.
My Paper Snips were the best too for this job, ensuring precision cutting
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Cut down a piece of Petal Pink Cardstock to measure 8 x 4 inches and score at 4″ or fold in half.
For the top layer and card insert, cut a piece of Whisper White down to 3 7/8″ squared and adhere to front and inside of card.
I found a 2″ square previously die cut stitched shape from a previous project. I decided to use the lighter side to the top so that I could stamp a sentiment on it.
Using an off cut scrap piece of DSP, I rummaged for two floral pieces that I could fussy cut out and attach to side of the stitched shape.
Before sticking these on, I stamped the sentiment in Mossy meadow. Once my flowers were attached I added a further scrap strip piece to the insert.
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