Are you the type of crafter that has to completely clean up your workspace in between projects? I must say, I resemble that description! I love to have a fresh start with each new card/page I begin on. Oftentimes when cleaning up my creative mess, I'm left with bits and pieces that I'm not sure how to store. And even better, those bits and pieces are often already coordinated, as I had or was planning to use them all on the prior project. So, what is a girl to do? Craft up some quick and easy cards, of course! Here's a few recent cards I whipped up while in the process of cleaning up my workspace.
This first card was made with Doodlebug's baby boy line. I can't get enough of the sweet little elephant sticker - I'm sad there was only ONE of him on the whole entire sticker sheet. :( Boo! Good thing I have the girl version too!
Since I know a sweet little guy who is about to turn one and also happens to have a nursery decorated in elephants, I knew I had to make him a birthday card with my beloved little sticker. Don't you love the multicolored scallop? That is actually a dot paper from the collection that I fussy cut to achieve a scallop border.
|Supplies used: Doodlebug patterned paper, stickers (stars and elephant); Paper Studio embossing folder, Tim Holtz mini attacher; Jillibean stamp, Colorbox ink, Other: crochet thread and toothpick|
|Supplies used: Doodlebug patterned paper, gems, Boutique button, and scalloped edge diecut Pebbles ribbon; Other: crochet thread and foam adhesive.|
|Supplies used: Bella Blvd patterned paper and stick pin flag; Bazzill cardstock; Doodlebug Boutique button; Other: crochet thread.|