Am I right if I guess that you love ideas for using up the paper scraps in your collection? Scrap card ideas are some of my most requested, so I have another idea to share with you today. This card design was the one for my Sassy Stampers team challenge project last month, and I had fun creating these cards from the sketch created by my team member, Tanya Swink. I decided they would be perfect cards for using up paper scraps! On my two samples, I highlighted the Stampin Up Frosted Gingerbread and Gorgeous Leaves bundles. What do you think?
Want to see how I created these cards? Watch along here!
If you would like the measurements to make these cards, I’ll share them below.
Prepare the following pieces for this card:
5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ card base
3 – 1″ x 4″ designer paper
2″ x 4″ designer paper
2 1/2″ x 3 1/4″ cardstock
2 3/4″ x 3 1/2″ cardstock
I used detailed die cuts on both of today’s card samples. Would you like a tip for attaching detailed pieces to your projects?
For the detailed die cuts on this card, I attached them using adhesive sheets, which turn your die cuts into stickers. This is SO helpful. You can hear more about this in my video.
If you’re a big fan of scrap cards ideas, let me share a few others with you!
Other Scrap Card Ideas
Here are a few other scrap card ideas to use up your collection of paper scraps.
Scrap Quilt Cards
Scrap Strips Cards
One More Scrap Card Idea
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Back to today’s card ideas, here are the stamps and die sets I used for these cards. Frosted Gingerbread and Nature’s Harvest are shown below…looks like I mixed up the pictures – the die sets are reversed!
And here is Gorgeous Leaves.
Here are the supplies I used. You can use the links below to order these beautiful bundles and designer papers!Product List
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Thanks so much for visiting to see today’s scrap card featuring the Stampin Up Frosted Gingerbread and Gorgeous Leaves bundles!
I love the frosted gingerbread cookie!
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