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What to do with Scraps? Clean & Simple card with Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps

Ever wonder what to do with all those white cardstock scraps? Well, today I have a floral notecard made with just scraps that I used to stamp floral images from the set Scribble Flowers from Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps.




I stamped a bunch of images on scraps of white cardstock and colored them with Zig Markers and a waterbrush to give them a quick watercolored effect. To add some details I scribbled following the design of the images using an oil based marker in gold. I adhered all the images to a simple white card base to which I added a gold border using the same marker used before. And there you go, a quick and pretty card is ready! 

This kind of card is super practical but pretty and it truly saves you time if you stamp as many white scraps of paper you have color them and save them on a basket, ready to be used on a project. This tip comes in handy especially when there's not much time and you need to send a card as soon as possible!

That's all for today. Until next time!

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  1. Always amazing cards and I love to come for the view.

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  2. Beautiful. I love the bright colors and awesome layout. Beautiful.

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  3. Gracie, this is beautiful! I love your colors and how you've made a floral bouquet with just the scraps...I love it! And what a brilliant idea to use the gold marker. Hugs!

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