A challenge dear to my heart! I love from Trash to Treasure! I used SU's Pattern of friendship, paper piecing my dresses. Added the edging of my black polka dot matstack with the scalloped edge for my vertical right border, and copper foil from my coffee bag from my scalloped element and edging on my card back. My handwritten sentiment is backed with a black cup lid, and I added a half circle of zigzag dp for the top of my lucky duck sentiment.
Date: Friday, October 20, 2017 GMT Views: 278
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Fri, Oct 20, 2017 @ 11:07 AM
Julia, I have to agree with Ann... I think this challenge is definitely made for you. You've done an outstanding job recycling on this card. And it is a beauty, too!
I am really drawn to the black scallop. I tend to forget the potential in the leftovers when I punch something, so I'm glad you helped me to see it is something of worth. And WOW! Your own handwriting. (I hate mine so that scares me but yours is gorgeous). I like that you used the recycled cup lid behind it.
I could go on and on... your card is FABULOUS!
Thanks for going From Trash to Treasure with me today!
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Sun, Oct 22, 2017 @ 1:58 AM
You are so great at using up bits that both this and Barbara's challenges must have been a cinch for you. Those girls look wonderful in their Halloween dresses, bringing back memories of many hours spent in fabric stores looking through pattern books.