Thursday, September 12, 2013

Thoughtful Thursday

Hey guess what.......today is FRIDAY-EVE!!! We have almost made it to the weekend, my friends. Good work!

A simple 'thoughtful' card today made all from scraps. I rarely cut a full sheet of paper when making cards - except, of course, for the base. But in this case, even the base was something from the scrap bin. Go me! Pattern paper is by October Afternoon from the Schoolhouse 8x8 paper pad. Background hexagon stamp, and hexy dies by My Creative Time.


Small round speech bubble, flags, and sentiment also by My Creative Time. Adorable sad face by Peachy Keen from the Happy New Year Assortment.

That's it! Add a couple of buttons and some ribbon and you're done. Hope you'll be inspired to use up some of your scraps on your next project.

Product List:
My Creative Time, Hexagon background
My Creative Time, Hexagon dies
My Creative Time, Chocolate Greetings, flag die
My Creative Time, More Chocolate Greetings, sentiment
My Creative Time, Vintage label and banner die
My Creative Time, Round speech bubbles die
Peachy Keen Stamps, PK-470 Happy New Year face assortment
Ribbon, buttons, twine, versamark

8 comments:

  1. Awwww your card is so sweet. When I saw it I even became teary eyed. whomever receives your card is so going to feel extra special and will keep it displayed to be reminded every single day how special they are. You are so talented and creative and absolutely go you for how you use your paper I have been more and more doing better at this. YOU ROCK!!

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  2. what a sweet card! I just love the little peachy face! so cute!
    Tracy :)

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  3. SUPER SUPER SWEET card Miss Shar!!! I LOVE IT!
    HUGS!

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  4. What a pretty card. The scraps go together so well and the Peachy face is just right for a sad face. I like the hexy stamping and dies with buttons. Beautiful job!
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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  5. Shar ~ Well this card is just so sweet, cute and TOTALLY PERFECT! LOVE the idea of the little face on the speech bubble ~ clever! Plus using scraps is something I am constantly working on!!

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