made this with scraps....faux stitching...some gold studs....and using the "pattern embossing technique" from Gina this week
inside of card:
TIP: I stamped this background stamp (Inspiration Mosaic) onto back of cereal box and cut out all the shapes to make a template. Then I stacked several pieces of scraps at a time, outlined template piece, and cut. Only stacked as high as I could go and keep a straight cut. I now have a whole Whitman Sampler box of cut-out pieces to use for this stamp! even that top, right, tiny, skinny one LOL
I worked on this for about two hours today (yaaaaaayyyyy for vacation), throwing away one BIG box of scraps for the ONE Whitman box of scraps - labeled for Inspiraton Mosaic.....oh I am loving the organization, heeee heeee...DH gives me to Friday to have it back to its normal state of chaos!!
(Now, THREE more BIG boxes of scraps to go!!! but not this week! by big, I am talking the large box Stampin Up uses - that's a lot of scrap)
So how small do you keep your paper scraps???
Have a blessed day,
Stamps: GKD "Inspiration Mosaic" by Theresa , Holiday Greetings, Signs of Autumn, Vintage Borders
Paper: Scraps, GKD Cranberry, SU Caramel
Ink: Memento Black and Copic Black Liner, Adirondack's Latte, Vivid Coffee
Embellishments: gold studs
Technique: Pattern Embossing with clear ep