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Old 12-28-2006, 08:00 PM   #1
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Default LSC96 - Scrap Happy

This week we are using scraps of patterned paper. I have a ton. I have this silly rule that I won't use my 12x12 patterned papers for cards until I've used it on a scrapbook page. That way it's still mine! Then I'll use it on cards. And then I still have leftovers... and I hardly ever throw any scraps away! Some of these scraps are small. But they still work for punches.

So, with your scraps of patterned paper, I want you to use shape punches... ovals, circles, squares, images such as flowers and leaves, and even the word window would work. Please read the following for more specific instructions.

Keyword: LSC96
Stamps: 1 to 3 stamps
Paper and ink: any colors in addition to the patterned paper
Embellishment: Just one - Let the punches shine.
Accessory tool: you may use one in addition to the punches

Edited to clarify: Please use your shape punches with patterned paper. The only reason I made the other limitations this time is let the punches shine and be noticed. Additional use of patterned paper is fine if there are patterned paper punches on the card. Thanks for playing!



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