Sunday, August 30, 2009

Sunday scraps - 30 on Stamping Mathilda's blog

Godelieve uses her scraps of the week on Sunday to make stunning little projects, from tags to cards. I'm joining in this week.



I took everything red and pink out of my smallest scrap basket and made one of my favorite types of cards - the grid. I don't have anymore 'small' scraps this color! Amazing how everything went onto this card.

16 comments:

Godelieve said...

It's amazing how well all these pieces go together, although they look so different. Really stunning result. The lace punching is a gorgeous finishing touch.

Linda said...

This is amazing all the squares fit so well.

~Michelle~ said...

this is beautiful! I should really raid my scrap drawers an give this a go! Love how you tied it all together so beautifully! :)

Sarah said...

I love your grid cards and this one has sparked an idea for an ATC. Thanks for the inspiration, Jacqueline!

Susanne Hollænder Andersen said...

Lovely idea Jacqueline and great sometime to tidy up in your "small scraps" right!
Love the color combo!

Lynn Stevens said...

Love all your bits and pieces, they go so well together. I really need to use more of my scraps, Thanks for the inspiration!

Sue McGettigan said...

Such a VERY pretty card J, love the soft images together.

Tania said...

Prachtig hoe je al deze scraps verwerkt hebt!

Jacynthe said...

Elles est super belle ta carte!!

Vanessa said...

I love what you do with scraps!! I have to try using up my scraps, too! Fantastic, Jacqueline!

Hugs,
Vanessa

Louise (KardKrazy) said...

Gorgeous grid card, Jacqueline!

Shar said...

What a great way to use scraps! Gorgeous card!

Nancy said...

I am such a fan of your grid cards...this one is stunning, I just love it.

Suzanne C said...

Oh I love this! I just kept looking at each little picture and trying to guess what stamps and techniques you used. The reds/pinks combo is so pretty!

Daria said...

It's amazing to me that this beautiful card was made with your scraps. Lovely!

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