Sunday, July 10, 2011

Scraps Blog Hop Day 2

Welcome to the Scraps Blog Hop Day 2.   Thank you Jennifer for inviting me to be in this hop with you and the other creative  ladies! If you came from the A-M-A-Z-I-N-G Jenny at Crazy About Cricut you're in the right place. If you just happened upon my blog and would like to play along, start at the beginning at www.craftycardgallery.blogspot​.com

The purpose of this hop is to help you use up some of your scraps. I'm sure you've got your fair share - I know I do! You'll see 30 talented crafters coming up with unique ways to use their scraps. Some may share tips on how they store their scraps as well! 
 Be sure to visit all the blogs & leave comments, as there will be a grand prize, a $50 credit to the Designs on Cloud 9 store, http://www.designsoncloud9.com​/  sponsored by Michelle of Designs on Cloud 9. To win the grand prize, you must comment on and become a follower of all the blogs
I recently started storing my scraps by color in their own drawer. I bought 3 of the white Jetmaxx cubes from Michael's that have the three drawers and have designated each drawer a color. I put all my scraps of that color scheme into that drawer. I also have a drawer for chipboard and patterned paper! 
I decided to make some cute cards that I can add to a gift or give as a thank you. They are small square cards that all came from scrap! 



I have a ton more scraps to use and will probably make a bunch more cards like this! I think they would be great to add to a candy bar or place with some flowers when giving to someone! 

If you would like to see more of my creations join me on my facebook page! 
To see my Day 1 creation scroll down below!
Your next stop is Linn from Linns Scrap Shack
I hope you leave a comment! I love reading them! 
<3 <3 <3 Kim <3 <3 <3

19 comments:

Judy said...

Good morning on Day 2! I love, love, love your little note cards and this is such a great idea to share.
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jessica said...

What a great way to use up scraps!! TFS and have a GREAT day :)
jessica
chick-n-scrap.blogspot.com
eschfamily@yahoo.com

Cathy said...

I am going to have to do this, I bet I have enough scraps.
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Carol's Place said...

great use of scraps, very pretty and colorful, love them
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Suzanne said...

Love this use of scraps Kim. I use a lot of mine to make Cards for Soldiers. I especially like the ones you made with the words on them. Very cute!

Juliana T said...

good idea making more than 1 card at a time. Nice cards!

http://julianaspapercrafts.blogspot.com

Elizabeth said...

I use my scraps on cards too! LOL Love yours:) I am a new follower:) http://visionsofpaper.blogspot.com/

Mad Crafter said...

Great cards from your scraps Kim:) So cute and so much fun!! Don't you love using scraps? It feel goods. Like I'm not wasting!! Awesome job:) TFS!
~Madison funkycards.blogspot.com

iluvkatie74 said...

Those are really cute!

Mary D said...

Cute fast cards to make with scraps

Jamie said...

Super cute cards!

Jamie
jlieungh23@gmail.com
http://stellardesignz.blogspot.com/

scrappinmomma said...

super cute card

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Theresa said...

Love your note cards so much. They really are nice to keep on hand. tFS!
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Shawnee said...

Super cute!

Shawnee
http://quiverofangels.blogspot.com

Jennifer said...

Love the little note cards! I have some of these patterned papers - I may have to use your idea!
Thanks for being in the hop!
www.craftycardgallery.blogspot.com
craftycardgallery at gmail dot com

gayle-rn said...

I just love these note cards-what a great idea!!

Dee said...

I love your project made with scraps. I am a follower and TFS.

http://vintageheartfeltdesigns.blogspot.com
vintageheartfelt@aol.com

Dee:)

scraphappyvic said...

Love, love, love your cards. What a great way to use up your scraps. Good Job!

Sarah Wells said...

You are such an artist - these are very simple yet so very catchy. You do a great job using twine/ribbon to add the accents. Love them all!

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