Monday, November 28, 2011

Got scraps??

     Hello everyone. I have a card for you today. I made this one out of mostly my scraps.
There was a challenge going on  to use your scraps and get them out of the way for new stuff (we all know that's coming lol), but for the life of me I cannot remember where I saw that at?! 
   Well, I found this scrap piece of cream paper in my scrap bin, I used it to cut out an image(if you know what it is PLEASE tell me, I have been racking my brain trying to figure out what I cut with it hehe). It sort of looked like a butterfly to me with the wings and all??
     I had initially grabbed it out because I got a couple distress inks (walnut stain, and wild honey) and wanted to play around with how to use them. I got the wrong pads, (according to Emma on My Creative time) she just did a video using them and she got the same ones that I got then figured out your supposed to get the spongy ones. Glad I'm not the only one grabbing the wrong things lol.  Anyway.....I decided to try out the pads that I had just to see what it would look like.  This is what I came up with, I thought the fibers of the pad gave it a unique look.

Not sure about this one. I thought the shadow of the image would look good darkened up with the brown. I had to layer it a few times just so it would fit on my A2 size card, since it was just a scrap piece of paper to begin with. I also used the Scripture sayings from Getting Cricky. I didn't think the distress inking turned out too badly for my first time. What do you think??
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7 comments:

Michelle said...

This is nice Robin! Yes, I think your distress inking came out super! I love, also, how our "mistakes" make our project unique and come out better than what we hoped!! Thanks so much for linking up at Cooking With Cricut.

PS. I think it is a butterfly....maybe storybook?

Hugs,
Michelle
CWC DT

cricutalltime said...

Very pretty love the inking on the card.a vintage feel gave me this card.love the colors.Congrats on your imagine great deal.I love the way it cuts the intricate cuts.tfs

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Great card! Love the whole distressed feel and the great sentiment!
Carri~abusybee
www.doubleclickconnections.blogspot.com

Elizabeth said...

This is a beautiful card! Great job. Thanks for joining us this week at Cooking with Cricut :)

Mad Crafter said...

I love this verse!! Live by faith for sure!!! Pretty card. I like the distressed feel to the card. TFS and thanks for joining us again at Cooking With Cricut:)
~Madison CWC DT Chef funkycards.blogspot.com

Jill said...

Nice job! I feel like my best cards are made out of scraps! You did a great job with the distressing! Jill♥ CWC DT member

Jessica said...

Robin, I think your entire card is gorgeous. That distressing ain't too shabby girlfriend! It really is stunning and lovely. Hope you get "un-tired" and back to crafting soon. I would miss you horribly if you stayed gone too long... :O)
Hugz,
Jessica