Thursday, September 04, 2014

Thrifty Thursday

Welcome to Thrifty Thursday. I love using leftovers and recycling in my crafty projects so today is a favorite feature for me. :) On top of that, I have spent the last couple of weeks de-stashing in my craft room and it feels SO GOOD to be clearing out the old and using up my stuff, so yay for thrifty Thursday!

I made two cards today using leftovers and scraps. Stamp set, All Star baby -- the first MCT stamps I ever owned, which I won in a drawing!!! -- for the sentiment.

The cloud speech bubble was the perfect choice for the stork quote, don't you think. :) These papers are an old line from Cosmo Cricket.



My second card was super simple as well. Another "old" pattern paper, this one by Daisy D's, with leftover bits of October Afternoon polka dots.

Super love the "love" word die from the Family is Everything set. Paired it with the tiny tag from the Chunky Jar Accessories set, Puffy Hearts Just For You heart die, and layering heart dies. Sentiment is also from the Puffy Hearts set.

Product List:
Card 1:
My Creative Time, pre-sneak peek {can you spot it?}
My Creative Time, All Star Baby
My Creative Time, Fun Stitched Edges
My Creative Time, Clouds Speech bubble
Pattern paper by Cosmo Cricket

Card 2:
My Creative Time, pre-sneak peek {can you see it now?}
My Creative Time, Family is Everything
My Creative Time, Chunky Jar Accessories
My Creative Time, Puffy Hearts Just For You
My Creative Time, Stitched Layering Hearts
Twine

7 comments:

  1. OH my your cards are so adorable...your stork card is just as precious as can be and your other card is so pretty......girl you sure did one awesome creative job on both and thanks for sharing your story about using your 1st Miss Emma stamps how cool is that....and can tell how much you treasure and love them! YOU ROCK

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  2. I can see it now :D Your paper scraps are so cute...I can see why you didn't trash these guys...love the stork! The speech bubble is perfect. I like how you tied the tag to the love...what a fun idea. How do you know the makers of your scraps once out of the pack? Great job!
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