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Susan your card is beautiful! What a way to use scraps!
Here is another Christmas card I made today. Wow 2 of them today!
I tried the Northern Lights technique. But my snowman looks more like he is in a snowstorm!
The cats are scraps AND the paper I stamped the branches on was a piece of thin scrap paper that I intended on just using to see if I would like the branches angled that way and then I used it for real!!!)
Hi. I did my first November Christmas card for this challenge using some scraps of watercolour paper and card stock. Great idea to use the scraps as I have way to many of them that I just can't throw out. The environment and my wallet thank you for the challenge. lol
So I did get another card done last night but I was too tired to stay up any longer to post it. I did use lots of scraps to make the elements of this card, been trying to do that anyway lately. When you start moving all this stuff, you realize it's time to use more of it or get rid of some. I will probably be doing both.
Anyway, Here's #2: CCC13 - Winter Season by pvilbaum - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers
Pat MY GALLERY
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A big thank you to the lovely ladies who set all challenges - some easier than others and everyone who make these threads run so smoothly.
Also a huge thanks to everyone who has left a comment, favoured a card or simply looked at my gallery - your continued encouragement and inspiration is immeasurable and very much appreciated - you really are the best
Wishing you all a wonderful holiday season and hope to see you all again in 2014
Woo Hoo! I'm doin' a Happy Dance! I finished my November CCC13 cards before the end of November! I hope I can keep up better next year, but oh the joy - I don't HAVE to make another Christmas card for about 60 days. Bwahahahaha... Well, except for the special card I always make for my daughter.
I have had this wavy corrugated paper for years! and I am so glad I finally found a use for it. The black belts were scraps that were cut off of something and I had tons of them sitting around. I've made 40 of these cards so far, and I have depleted my stash of wavy paper. On to something else in my scrap pile. What a good challenge.