Our November Stamping to Share Demo meetings are always lots of fun. We feature a swap theme almost every month and this month our focus was on using all those little scrippy scraps that we keep. I hope you enjoy all these scrippy scrappy ideas!
Debby Filiowich told me that in addition to scrippy scrappy pieces of paper, she keeps scrippy scrappy ribbon pieces, too! She cased a card by Sandie Conner that helped her use bits of ribbon scraps. Love this cute, seasonal idea that turns the owl punch into a turkey!
Barb Manship was inspired to turn her scraps into a beautiful window. Punched out items lend themselves well to scrips and scraps.
Grace Balfanz, who gave us the idea for this swap theme, used strips on her elegant card. I love the white on white embossing that she did on her card base with a stamp from Bordering on Romance.
Chris Kienbaum glued scraps down and then punched them out with her mitten punch! I love this idea! She said it reminded her of the days when her mom sent her to school with mis-matched mittens! (Better than none at all, I guess!)
Mary Bellis took some scraps and cut them into long skinny trees and used them on her Christmas card. Isn’t that brilliant!! Love that idea!
Irene Boesen layered long skinny scraps cut into a pennant shape underneath a beautiful snowflake created with the new Snow Flurry Die from our 2012 Holiday Mini. Just gorgeous!
Laura Erickson spent a little time on this card, but oh the beauty of it!! She used the Top Note Die to make the sleigh and the Lattice Die to make the supports for the runners. All the presents created from and layered onto scrippy scraps and then accented with ribbon and twine.
Dorene Bye, inspired by Barb Mullikin, created this pinwheel birthday card from her scrippy scraps. These sunny colors will brighten the cloudiest of days!
Cindy Standal created this darling Dino Roar card. it’s so cute and easy to do that I am going to put it on my Card Buffet this month. She said she was able to use up a lot of little Very Vanilla and Early Espresso scraps with this one.
And, this was my card for the scrippy scraps swap. I received a swap card from Lori Klitzke that I just LOVED and copied it exactly for our swap!!
I’ll have Part Two of our Scrippy Scrappy Demo Swap post tomorrow so stay tuned!!
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