Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Crafty Secrets "Leftovers" Challenge

Sorry I've hit you with 3 postings today but it was a great
stamping morning and just had to share it with all of you!!!

Today's Crafty Secrets Challenge over on Splitcoast Stampers (SCS) today is hosted by Carla Mayfield (Stargirl on SCS) (Paper Pastorale Blog) and she has asked us to use our "leftovers". WELL, If you are anything like me, you have plenty of those laying around!!!
The leftovers I have used are as follows:
1. The "Notes" journaling box cut from the bottom of a Crafty Secrets booklet image.
2. The background Crafty Secrets Radiant designer paper (almost wasn't big enough ... shew!).
3. Other than the base card ... the cardstock used was in the "scrap heap". I actually cut the matting for my main image out from the center of the matting behind the floral panel.
4. The Around the Block floral frame tape are pieces I had cut for another project then changed my mind on embellys used.
Other items used on this creation are as follows:
Stamps: Crafty Secrets "Bird Notes"
Papers: Garden Green
Inks: Versafine black ink
Accessories: The Paper Studio silk flowers, SU paper flower, Target brad, SU watercolor pencils, Zot 3d glue dots
THANKS SO MUCH for putting up with my CRAZYNESS! I so love hearing from all of you! See you again soon. Happy Day!!!


  1. Ooooooh, those are PRETTY COLORS! Love this card, Dar!

  2. What a cute card! I love the background paper and color! How creative to stamp your image on the notebook paper! And I adore that big prima!

  3. I just had to stop by and tell you again how much I love this card! Love the layered flower and the sweet trim, too.

  4. And this one....has to be my favorite of the day! Love that paper and the image stamped on the journaling paper - soooo pretty!!

  5. I'm catching up on your blog and I love this - like really love this! Trendy cool neato!


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