Friday, January 25, 2008

Using Up Leftovers

Today's Limited Supplies Challenge is to use leftovers -- scraps of paper, leftover ribbon, etc. -- on your project. Luckily for me, I haven't cleaned up my table for a while, so I had a lot of stuff to use! ;) The scraps of paper, cardstock and ribbon were left from previous projects, and I already had the image stamped and sitting there waiting to be colored. I colored her with Copics and added Stickles to the skirt and puddle. To create the scallop, I picked up my SU! Corner Rounder (also sitting on the table from a previous project) and scalloped the front edge of the card. The flowers are Sweets from Making Memories. I set white eyelets into the small ones and used my scrap of ribbon on the large one.
That's it! I made a card and used up leftovers -- two things accomplished! Maybe I'll get around to cleaning up the rest of my mess now! Thanks for stopping by -- have a great weekend! :)

Stamps: Rain or Shine (My Favorite Things) Ink: Brilliance Graphite Black, Basic Black Cardstock: Pretty in Pink, Green Galore, Shimmery White (SU!) Paper: Romani (BasicGrey) Other: Copics, Baby Blue Stickles, Cotton Candy Stickles, corner rounder, Making Memories Sweets, Bazzill white eyelets, Marvy white gel pen, glue dots, dimensionals

6 comments:

Tricia said...

Christina, I love this card! The colors are so springy and bright. :) The little flowers are cute, too. I can never figure out how to use flowers on my cards - but yours look great!!

Dawn Easton said...

Oh my...I LOVE this card Christina! It's so cute! I REALLY need to order this set but it will have to wait til I'm back from holidays. Great layout and colours!

Jennie Skaggs said...

Great card. Love what you did with scraps. You would never have known. TFS Jennie

Bonnie said...

Love all your scraps!! What a springy card!!

Sharon (notimetostamp) said...

This is so fun!!! Love all the dots everywhere!!! The scalloped edge is so pretty -- a great card!!! Thanks so much for linking!!!

shel9999 said...

This is so sweet, Christina! Love the colors and the pink flower!