Every aspect of this card is recycled in nature: the yellow paper was a scrap/mistake (inked on other side first), the cardstock is a caramel corn box, and the sunflowers and edging were in a Doubleday Bookclub junk mailing on its way to the garbage. The second sunflower's center said 99 cents, so I covered it with a maroon scrap, then used yellow acrylic paint I had on hand to mimic the look of the original flower.
Date: Sunday, May 20, 2007 GMT Views: 436
Registered: February 25, 2007 Location: Iowa Posts: 842
Sun, May 20, 2007 @ 2:51 AM
Now THAT is true creativity and thinking 'outside the box'! Such an inspiring way to give us that nudge we need to take a second look at things and find another, more beautiful, use for them. Thanks for sharing!
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