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I can’t get enough of paper packs. Specifically those wonderful, varied, and yummy 6×6 paper pads. I have a ridiculous amount (my Goggle Docs list agrees). I just got the new Studio Calico Darling Dear paper pad. Of course there are always a couple pages in each that don’t really do it for me. I decided that I would try and use one of those on this new card. This is for the CASE Study challenge #128.

Here is the inspiration from Teri Anderson:

And here is my take:

I spy Wood Veneers!

I spy Wood Veneers!

I used one of the number patterned papers and cut out various sized circles. I was able to add another one of my new Studio Calico wood veneers. yay! I also added some of my new Teresa Collins Memories washi tape. Even though I bought all 3 of these at the same time, I never would have thought to put them together without the challenge! Thanks CASE Study ūüôā

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Since I’m¬†trying to be better about using what I have instead of buying more (I SWEAR I am!), the Shopping Our Stash blog challenges are perfect for me! The current challenge is They Say It’s Your Birthday!

Here’s my card:

HapBEE Birthday!

HapBEE Birthday!

I made this card at the crop I went to last weekend and EVERYTHING on it is either scrap paper or borrowed stamps! I tried something new and ONLY brought my scrap plain and patterned paper with me for the 12+ hour crop. People at the crops know I love paper scraps since I also make jewelry and can often use just little pieces. So my friend Shana gave me some pieces of her Buzz & Bumble Close to My Heart paper and I had a little EK bug punch with me. I really need to get more of that paper–it’s wonderful! My friend Ellie gave me some twine. I used a CTMH alpha set to create the sentiment on my fabulous Tim Holtz Grid Blocks. Love those things!

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Just this weekend I made my first square card! Today I found another sketch challenge with a square card and I thought I’d give it another try. This is from the Create Blog¬†and the sketch from the CARDS Blog challenge for February is below.

February Blog Challenge Sketch

And here is my take!

A Skyful of Hello!

A Skyful of Hello!

I used paper from the February Simon Says Stamp card kit and some cloud dies. I popped one of the clouds and the sentiment off the front panel which is itself popped off of the card base. I even grabbed the good ol’ scalloped scissors to cut the edges! Haven’t used those in awhile. The sentiment is from Amy Tangerine.

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I love paper piecing. There are people that find it futsy and those that really enjoy it (I haven’t met many that fall in the middle) and I’m definitely in the latter group. Neat & Tangled stamps are great for this. This card is for their current Love, Love, Love challenge.

I’m also a sucker for all the new wood veneers (as you can see in past posts) As we all know though, in a packet of words, there are¬†always ones that we know we will never use. That happened to me with my new package of Studio Calico circles. I knew I’d never use “Quoted” so I stamped the heart from Just Hello¬†on the back¬†to show what the bears were REALLY thinking!

Awwwww!

Awwwww!

Aren’t they ADORABLE!?! I love these little guys. I’ve also been on a kick trying to find different ways to use the Tim Holtz Tattered Banner die and I think it’s going well as I’m up to 4 so far–a love flag, a kitten-torn pennant, the log above, and even a banner! The bears and mushroom are from the Little Bear set and I can’t wait to make bears of all colors.

Come back soon as I will be doing a series of self-imposed challenges called Play Every Day!

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