Cornish Heritage Farms, Flourishes
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Scrappy and Shabby!

Hello!

This week’s Ways to use it challenge on SCS was to use up our scraps and make a scrappy card.    I made mine in a shabby chic style. It’s not my usual style but I do like how it turned out and it was  a fun card to make using up my scraps!  And yes, everything is from my scrap pile except the flower, but I made it look shabby by sponging the edges. Even the die cut branch was a discard from another project. The button is from a pile of very old buttons that I’ve had for years.
The flower is new (thanks Peggy!) but I sponged on it to make it a bit shabby.

The Flourishes lily is stamped directly onto the cs in Weathered wood distress ink.
The background is stamped with a CHF canvas backgrounder.

Stamps: Flourishes Spring Ephemerals, CHF
Paper: DCWV white core pale plum,  Bazzill Basics deep rose
Ink: Distress ink weathered wood, SU Bravo Burgandy
Accessories: magentastyle flower, Pearl button, purple cord, mini clothespin, Infuse diecut, edge distresser

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3 Comments

  1. Deena, I LOVE this! It’s simple elegance at it’s best! I also love your Paper Pretties cards too — way cute!!!

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  2. Very fun card. I love that you made it all with scraps. I’ve got a huge pile just waiting for me to spend some time with!

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