The mish mash card from my paper scraps...


It sounds silly but I get immense satisfaction from using up my littlest bits of paper scraps. :) 

Like when I was thinking of a sentiment for this card...and used the "what's up" text from the branding strip of a Basic Grey patterned paper. Zero waste baby! *winks* 

Sometimes a girl just wants to use her flamingo chipboard with her fussy-cut sheep so she does! *LOL*


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Sharada Dilip acharya said...

Aww soo cute and amazing out come from scraps ❤

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Love love love love this! LOVING that flamingo and the sheep!!!!!!!!

Cindy deRosier said...

I can totally relate. It's so satisfying to put little bits and pieces to use.

Lisa said...

I love it!! The flamingo and sheep are so cute!! You pack so much on a card and it's still flat to mail!! Amazing!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

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Suman Pandit said...

you make all crazy different elements work together so effortlessly !!

Lynn said...

I know what you mean....I hoard even the smallest bits of printed paper and I do a jig when I find the perfect place to use it. I guess that's why I relate to your work so much....we have the hoarders 'waste not, want not' philosophy. LOL! Great card!

Michelle Lupton said...

What a fun card! Thanks so much for playing along with our challenge at Fusion :)

Jeanne J. said...

I love this card! Its the perfect mix of lots of fun things! You'll have me day dreaming of tropical places all day with that flamingo!

Audrey Pettit said...

I LOVE that you try to use up every little bit of scrap! I think that is so extremely satisfying, too. It becomes a little bit of a challenge, and feels great in the end. This card is brilliant! I would never think to put together that flamingo and sheep... and that's the brilliance of this! Pure whimsy and cute as can be. Really love how you put the sentiment on the side, too!

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