Flower Basket

Do you ever wonder exactly what to do with all the leftovers after you create a scrapbook page or even a card? I really hate to throw them away, especially if I have adequate size pieces left! I have a committed drawer in which I keep such matters and I often look through it once I’m creating a new job. What I really like about this is that the bits aren’t stored by set or by theme so it lets me combine in some sudden pieces that I may not have grabbed to coincide with my existing design. However, in the end, it’s those sudden things that produce the entire page come to life and make it so enjoyable! Design group member, Kim is actually good at this and includes a gorgeous design to discuss with us now. As always, she has done a great job of blending with her watercolor flowers mix using all the imprinted die cuts and chipboard stickers from my products. So unique and pretty!

Hi, it’s Kim here to discuss an enjoyable page inspired by an item that I had leftover in my equipment from a preceding project. I created a blog post tonight back sharing a few fun watercolor florals and believed lately, “that could make a cool webpage!” I cut a tiny section to create my own basket of joy! Only a tiny hand cut bit in the shape of a basket produced a location to maintain my photograph and a couple of flowers. I thought it was a pleasure idea.This is generally the perfect method for me to put in the leftover small cuts and items from my stash. I also added my photograph at the basket as well. You could add more journaling into a basket or chipboard stickers. I am a sucker for cute quick ideas and that I had fun with this! Have a terrific week everyone! Happy Thursday Friends!


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