All the best

Happy Saturday blogland!
This is the last design I chose to use up paper scraps I had in my stash – I’m showing you two different versions of this layout.
I positioned the stamp in my Misti and within 2 hours I had made about 20 Cards.
Just find some card stock that matches your DSP and get started – a very quick to make Card once you find the measurements you want and you’ve picked the paper you want to use =)


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Big hugs, Lia

Congratz to you two

Hey guys and girls!
This is part 4 of my “Using up Scraps”-Challenge I set for myself =) So today I want to show you how I used some DSP as a backdrop behind some vellum I stamped my sentiment on.
Again this design is very quick and easy to mass produce, just switch up the sentiment, pick a more christmassy paper and tadaaaa – you can make all your Christmas Cards to send to family and friends in a day…


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Big hugs, Lia

Birthday Ladies

Happy Friday everyone!
Today is my mom’s birthday and a few weeks back she asked me to make the invitation for her party.
I had stumbled over some ArtsImpressions stamps of the lovely GirlFriends series and suggested we use a certain stamp with 3 girls holding a huge cake, mom agreed.
After days of paper piecing and colouring I had finished all the Cards requested and here are the pictures…


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Big hugs, Lia

Glückwunsch

… that’s “Congratulations” in german.
And today I’m sharing another Card-Layout I put together whilst trying to use up my paper scraps – this one is very quick to make, just some bold colours, a punch and some dies…


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Big hugs, Lia

Happy Birthday

Hello hello – thanks for stopping by!
Last weekend I showed you some Cards I had made with the idea in the back of my head of using up my scraps of paper I have flying around and today I have another example of Cards you can make for using up DSP you have.
Since I needed more masculin Birthday-Cards I looked for some bold striped DSP and die-cut the “Happy Birthday” out of the DSP, keeping all the little bits and pieces of the die cut. Then I cut the die another two times out of matching blue card stock as I had used in the background and done – easy as that!


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Big hugs, Lia