Hi Stamping Friends:
If my typing keeps on going like the last five words I may have to learn how all over again. I can not believe it has been over a month since my last post. My husband and I have been ill for several weeks but I think we are on the mend. For the first time in many many days my head doesn't feel like it is swollen with a balloon inside.
I even did some housework today, I am so blessed to have a husband who doesn't worry about how the house looks all the time. That is not to say it was a total disaster area but dust bunnies to multiply etc. etc.
Anyhow, I have some club meets coming up next week and my dear senior citizen class this week so I had to get busy and come up with some cards for them.
In the process I was reading all the emails that I received this week and one of the topics was on " how do you store your scraps". I was quite interested in this topic as I have tried several different ideas but they all failed me at some point. One lady suggested large ziploc bags in the folder that the main paper was stored in and I thought I would give that a try, I had tried drawers with color families but by the time you sorted through the draw you missed what you were looking for, go figure.
Anyway I did this one afternoon this week and when I was finished I decided that I should try to make a card from the scraps. So I did. Here it is, hope you like it. I got the color combo from a card that I had saved but unfortunately there was no water mark so I can give her color combo credit directly, but thank you.
Outside of card.
Inside of card.
All items used are from Stampin Up
Stamp Sets: Autumn Days, Sincere Salutations
Inks/SU Markers: Taken with Teal, Chocolate Chip, More Mustard, Really Rust
Paper: Taken With Teal, Chocolate Chip , Whisper White and DSP Christmas Cocoa
Accessories: Dazzling Diamonds, Dimentionals
Thanks for dropping by, be back soon.