I collect the strips/snippets that get trimmed from cards etc, and now and then I get inspired to use them. I wanted to make a graffiti card for a male, and thought this is a great way to use them. The background is an embossed brick wall, sponged with Distress Inks and stamped roughly. The word is cut from card made using the paper strips, and stacked with black card for dimension.
Word Die: unbranded
Age and We Rock stamps: Art impressions
XOXO stamp: Fiskars
>>>> stamp: Tim Holtz
Also: Distress Inks
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You smart and creative cookie. This is so cute.
Great masculine card and brilliant use of scraps too very clever
Brilliant card. Love Alison x
A great design for the lads, many thanks for sharing with us at Allsorts challenge this week.
such a cool card Carol. Love the way the sentiment is done
Great use of your trimmings Carol - the bold sentiment against the textured background is stunning
Oh Carol love the use of the snipped bits, must remeber that one, thankyou. Your card is fabulous, love the brick wall with the graffiti on but that wording is the star.xx
Fab way to use snippets! Lovely card.
Thank you for sharing at Allsorts;-))m
That's a totally brilliant masculine card. Terrific use of the snippets of designer paper too.
Hugs, Sarn x
What a great way to use your scraps, does look very masculine. Thanks for joining us over at The House that Stamps Built.
What a terrific card this is. Love the overall design and especially how you used up those DP snippety strips!
Oh, this is so sweet Thanks for entering your card at Penny's Paper crafty challenge
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This is such a neat idea to use all your scraps. Loving the colors used. Thank you for sharing your card with us.
Best of Luck,
Oh . . . you may be my new scrap paper hero!! I don't even save strips that small! The sentiment looks fabulous die cut with them; great job@ Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.
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