A Gorgeous Card Made With Paper Scraps!

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Come see how this card made with paper scraps created details that look like china!

Wen you see this card made with paper scraps you are probably going to start going through your scrap stash to look for your own “china patterns”!

Kittie created this card for us and she says she was inspired by a leftover strip of paper she had from another project she made with our Welcome Spring 6 X 6 Paper Pad. When she spotted it, a china pattern popped into her head and she used to with our new Teapots and Cups die to make this gorgeous card.

We also want to point out what a magnificent frame Kittie made using our new Decorative Floral Circle! We love how she gave this beautiful piece an extra tweak simply by adding a simple circle die inside the space and running it through her machine a second time. To see how she then raised it up, you’ve got to pop over to her blog and see all her step by step instructions – they are SO helpful!

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Then her choice of this pretty floral patterned paper to stand in for a china pattern is so inspired! Just look at those darling details. Kittie even accented them with a metallic gold for such realistic details. Take note, too, of the tiny tea napkins! And then to have it all accented with a garland of tiny shaped flowers – the whole thing just takes our breath away.

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Here are the things from our store that Kittie used today:

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5607-04D Teapots and Cups Die
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5605-01D Small Flowers #5 Die
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2016 Welcome Spring Paper Pad
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We know after seeing this card made with paper scraps, we are looking at our leftover pieces with different eyes. We don’t know about you, but we really do hate throwing out pretty scraps but always wonder what the heck we can do with them. Now we know!

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