If you are joining us for the "Use Your Stash Blog Hop" you are right on track. WELCOME! You should be coming from Tabitha's blog.
How many scraps of cardstock do you have in your stash? Well, if your scrap stash looks like mine, you might need a little incentive to use them up.
A 4 1/4" x 11 White Daisy cardstock folded in half to create a 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" card base.
From the stash of Juniper, I used a 4" x 5 1/4" mat with a second black cardstock mat 3 3/4" x 5" mat to showcase the stamping.
How many 3 1/2" x 12" strips are in your stash - here is the perfect project - the final piece is a 3 1/2 x 3 3/4" White Daisy sentiment piece. Score at 3 1/2", 3 1/4", 2 1/2", 2 1/4" to create the stamping section.
Do you keep post-it-notes in your scraproom or basic tool kit -- they are perfect for masking. With the valley side of the score lines up (the indented side) up, mask the bottom of the card by placing the post-it-not along the top score line down on the White Daisy cardstock sentiment piece, stamp your top images. My card uses the stamp set, Love Life (D1482).
Move the post-it-note to cover the bottom starting at the bottom score line up. Now stamp your image along the bottom of the same White Daisy cardstock sentiment piece.
Stamp the sentiment along the center, between the two middle score lines.
Assemble the card by adhering the Juniper cardstock mat first, the Black cardstock mat, next and finish with adhering the White Daisy sentiment piece.
You are able to use up more scraps by creating a matted White Daisy sentiment piece. Again, use Juniper and Black cardstock scraps.
My wish is that you enjoyed my project and that you were inspired to create a scrappy creation. Now hop on over to Rachel's Blog for more ideas of using up your stash.