Monday, July 7, 2014

A Scrappy Card

The Squigglefly challenge this week is to make a card using scraps - how fun is that! I decided I would make a card made entirely from scraps - the base and every single other part of it. No coloring and no embellishments. I used Dizzy Gal by Sandra Caldwell.


This was so fun, I made another card with scraps too (this image is by James Horvath and is called Cow Fisherman):


Squigglefly added three new artists this month: Norma Burnell, Tam Hess, and Angela Charles. Check out their images - you will love their styles!

Hope you will join us in the challenge and use up some of your scraps. Hugz!

13 comments:

  1. These are the nicest scraps I've ever seen. Wonderful cards. Enjoy your Week.

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  2. Such nice distressing and I like the variation in both the cards. One seems ideal for a lady and the other for a man.

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  3. Your cards are so cute. I especially love the first one and the paper piecing. I love the pink hair with the sprinkles.
    You did a fab job using those scraps.

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  4. What fun cards, Nancy. They are both so scrappy and fun. I love the sentiment to go with the last one. LOL

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  5. Both those cards are just adorable but I totally love the Sandra Caldwell one. Your papers and layout are stunning. WOW

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  6. These are both too cute! Love the added newsprint on both.

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  7. Two fabulous cards Nancy, I love the pretty colours and your brilliant paper piecing on the first one.
    Pauline
    x

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  8. Nancy, this is the cutest EVER! I love how you combined these techniques and styles together. How clever - and what wonderful cards! hugs, de

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  9. Both cards are really cute and clever! Love the cow fishing!

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  10. They made me smile. Well done times two.

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  11. Nancy, really big smiles and giggles for this most adorable card! I love the image you've colored and your card is awesome.

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  12. What fun cards Nancy! I really love the use of the newspaper print!

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