Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Playing with scraps

So... what do you do with your scraps? Do you leave them on your desk to collect dust or do you simply put them far away in a box or something like that?

Well, I'm having loooots of fun playing with these little leftover papers.. which resulted in the following 2 cards.

This first card is created with scraps from THIS layout:

More details....
Supplies: Cardstock: Bazzil, Patterned paper: American Crafts, Floss: DMC, Jewels/stars: Hotfix, Rubons: Melissa Frances, Flower: Prima, Button: Autumn Leaves, Embossing: Cuttlebug embossing folders, Other: stickpins, 3d paint, ink, sewing machine, staples.


This 2nd card is created with scraps from my previous post:

Here's a better look at it....
Supplies: Cardstock: Bazzil, Patterned paper: Heidi Swapp, Bracket: Making Memories, Sequin & Jewels: Doodlebug, Floss: DMC, Chipboard: American Crafts, Embossing: Cuttlebug embossing folders, Other: Stickpin, ink, staples


Ok.. that's it for today... gotta run.... (BTW.... talking about running.. I'm still doing it girls.. YEAH! I'm so proud of myself.. never thought I'd actually like it...hehe! YAY me!!!)

Thanks again for stopping by!

XOXO
Nancy

37 comments:

Kim said...

Wat een mooie kaarten (weer)....
En dat van restjes???? Super!
Morgen moet ik ook 2 kaarten maken. En ga ik mijn opdracht voor het Wijdus blog maken!
Spannend!!!

Kadee said...

Love the cards!

Hetty Hall said...

You did an awesome job making these cards with pieces of scrap, you have such a unique style..I love it!!
Hugs xx

♥ Marlou ♥ said...

totally gorgeous cards Nancy!! love them both :) ♥

Jane Ettia Jones said...

love your cards nancy and how cool is it to use scraps....beats putting them away huh LOL

Hanneke said...

Lovely cards!!

xoxo

Berdien said...

Super kaarten !!!
Groetjes Berdien

lauren said...

Nancy... you never dissapoint! I love even your "Scrap" cards! LOL... always great inspiration when I am making cards for troops (I just like to mass produce those). Thanks for the colorful inspiration!

jo said...

Gorgeous!!!!

Fink said...

Gorgeous cards as always! I love your style! I am wondering if you do anything to your embossed dots when you use them? I loved them on your cards and finally found it!!!

Leontine said...

I use scraps for all my cards. I have a large pile of scraps. Bt it's getting lower and lower after all cards I made recently! Nice cards Nancy!!
Hugs,
Leontine

Romy said...

Je kaartjes zijn weer prachtig geworden. En dat het restjes zijn, kun je er echt niet aan af zien. Zulke mooie kleurtjes, en het vormt een heel fleurig geheel.

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Heidi Ann said...

Wauuu, its very beautiful, as usual from your hand... I'am very inspired of your ideas.. Thank you so much.. Keep the good work..

Evelien said...

Hoi Nancy, prachtige scrapkaartjes!!!

M@risk@ said...

Nice to work with scraps and your cards are lovely as always.

Karina said...

Beautiful. Love your work.

Ingrid said...

Both cards are gorgeous, girlie. I especially like the first one with the circles. Due to you and Jane Jones I am into circles too at the moment.

See you tomorrow!

xoxo

Betina said...

gave kaarten weer Nancy :D!

xxxxBetina

Je@net said...

Wat een schattige kaartjes Nancy, helemaal super!
Enne.....ik zit al stiekum van m'n weekend te genieten. Hi, hi, werk voortaan op ma-di-woe ;-)

rosy3108 said...

i love yours cards! gorgeous!

Orion said...

Love those cards ! Love the bright colors ! Love what you do !

***Orion***

Maureen said...

Very pretty cards Nancy!

Mandy said...

I love yor cards Nancy! Everyone of them amazes me I always think wow how'd she .....So cool!

Karin said...

Lovely cards again!! Magic colours!! Adorable layout with the Pretty princess!! Have a great weekend!

¤*¤Marinette¤*¤ said...

sublimes encore une fois tes cartes
si je les trouvais ailleurs que sur ton blog je saurais immédiatement que c'est toi, je reconnais ton style au coup d'oeil
bravo nancy
Bizzz et bon week end
Marinette

♥ Knutselfreak ♥ said...

Je kaartjes zijn weer super, Nancy! En dat het restjes zijn is helemaal niet te zien. Moet mijn restjes ook maar eens opmaken...
Groetjes,
Selma

Birgit said...

Lately I've been using scraps for my "a page a week"-project. Such a waste to not use them! I see you have great way of using them too! :) Wonderful cards, as aways!

Riet said...

wat heb je weer schitterende creaties gemaakt Nancy.

liefs Riet.

Tessa Tegendraads said...

Ja supe kaartjes weer, je bent zo mega creatief!! Super

Groetjes van Tessa

Marsha said...

wat een leuke kaartjes van je restjes ! ik bewaar mijn restjes in aparte mappen, altijd handig om te gebruiken voor kaartjes, mini-albums of mini-lo's :-D Ik kan het niet over mijn hart verkrijgen om papier weg te gooien (oops) ...

Groetjes Marsha

Miranda said...

heey!
ik vind jou cirkels ook super, heb het eerste kaartje daarom ook volledig gelift als je het niet erg vind:)

E.T said...

I'll have to case these! Im gonna follow you and will let you know whenever i case these gorgoues cards!

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