Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Using leftovers

For Challenge #542 at Little Red Wagon, Imke challenges us to use our leftovers.

I have a drawer full of pieces and parts ...The pink paper was the only thing I had to cut for this card.
Last summer I spent a day with my friend Darlene in her awesome craft room.
She must have a kizillion dies and I had a field day just die cutting away!
Unfortunately... I didn't write the name or source of the things I cut.
These sweet flowers were cut from white cardstock.
They are joined as one unit across the bottom so I didn't have to arrange them,
I just added another leftover scrap of green check paper to cover the bottom and
 then just added a little color to the flowers with copic markers.

I hope you have as much fun looking through your leftovers as I did!

Thanks for stopping by.
'til next time,


  1. I love this card. The flowers are so cute. Of course, the green plaid is great. [Bunny]

  2. Love these flowers! Such a bright, happy card, a perfect reminder of what sounds like a fun day too!

  3. This is very pretty, Doni and i like the spring feeling on your card with these wonderful colors.

    Take care and stay healthy these times.


  4. This is such a pretty card! How fun that you were able to get together with a friend and sample her dies!!

    Hope you're keeping safe!

  5. HEY girlfriend ... how are you? You've really brought this die cut to life. Yes we sure had a fun day of crafting ... hopefully we'll be able to do that again soon! Stay healthy my friend and you know where I am if you need anything!!

  6. Ooooh, this is so pretty! I love those die cut flowers and the font of that sentiment. Wonderful card, Doni!

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