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Scraps

Posted by taunia1 (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 14, 03 at 22:09

This is from Barbie Boop:
yes, scraps..
pull out your paper scraps..
cut them into post cards, card layers, book marks, tags, and trading
cards

do you have strips of cs scraps?
line them up and stamp on them... then layer the strips on a card!

do you have scraps.. that you have cut out or punched out of...
pull out a few images and start stamping them on those scraps! save for
cards.. or rak others with those stamped images! start with your verse
stamps! we can all use a few prestamped verses!

vellum scraps?
cut into post cards, card layers, book marks, tags, and trading cards
then... all the rest... you can stamp butterflies, and dragonflies on
them.. then cut and use them as card embelishments.

remember that TAGS can be any size or shape.. so.. have fun cutting out
wee little ones also!

if you have paper or vellum scraps:
make them into mini envelopes to fill with goodies, stamped verse, an
image and then you can attach it to a card front, inside or just rak
someone with it.

you can also cut your scraps into envelope liners.

have fun using up your scraps.
hugs, barbie


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