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Sunday, 21 August 2011

Using more scraps

Using a few more bits from the scrap pile , the silhoutte grass was already white embossed on a piece of card and the bird already stamped on another. Coloured the grass piece with scattered straw and spiced marmalade DIs, cut the bird with a circle nestie and restamped and 3d'd the bird and flower,the green piece is coredinations, distressed and sanded, added some punched flowers and buttons.Think this fits a few challenges so here goes (hope I can refind them to link up !)

Stampinbsdesignteam - distressing
C.R.A.F.T challenge  - resist technique
Fashionable Stamping -handmade flowers
Stampman - summer colours


  1. Superb colours Joan, I love spiced marmalade. Beautiful flowers which match your image perfectly.

    Thank you for sharing with us at Fashionable Stamping Challenges,

    Hugs Shirley x x

  2. Love that stamp it is so versatile great here on your scraps! great use. XOXO Zoe

  3. Brilliant Joan - just love how you have used the scraps and your flowers are gorgeous - perfect for our Stampettes challenge. Thanks for sharing.
    luv and hugs {brenda} xoxox

  4. Beautiful card, who would have thought it was made from scraps. I love your flowers. Thanks for joining in at CRAFT challenge. Sharon x

  5. You must have a great scrap pile Joan! You've made a beautiful card with the pieces, it has a lovely summery feel. Thank you for entering The Stamp Man Anything Goes Summer Colours challenge


  6. Hi Joan, What a wonderful card! You have a lot of detail in the background behind the grass, and it adds so much depth to the your colours too. Thanks for joining us at Fashionable Stamping Challenges
    Dot x

  7. Gorgeous card Joan. I love the grasses background and the bid panel and flowers are beautiful.
    Thanks for joining in with the Fashionable Stamping Handmade Flowers challenge and hope to see you again.
    Fliss x


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