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Recycled panels

In the process of creating one layer cards with the Eastern Influences set last week I ended up with a failed attempt that I cut up and made into a multi-layered card for my older daughter’s birthday.  After sponging and stamping blossoms on the original card I punched out three squares, matted them in black and layered them on more of the blossom panel which became a strip across the new card.

Supplies:

Stamps: Eastern Influences, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Inks: Pretty in Pink, Regal Rose, Basic Black
Cardstock: Flourishes Classic Ivory, SU Basic Black

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10 Comments on “Recycled panels”

  1. Joan V says:

    This is pretty. I love to recycle card parts, especially when it can save me some time. thanks for sharing.

  2. WOW! So pretty in this striking color combo~

  3. valerie says:

    Hi Heather love these stamps and the red is gorgeous! Congrats on being showcased on Less is More, well deserved!
    Val x

  4. Leslee says:

    What a great card and fantastic use of a “failed attempt”! Lovely!

  5. Lindsey says:

    I like this one just as much as the one layer one, I think — it’s beautiful!

  6. Stephanie L says:

    Your work is always an inspiration. This is gorgeous!

  7. mustavcoffee says:

    Hi Heather, More fabulous makes from you:0) And here I was thinking that I was the only one with a pile of failed one layer cards :0) !! Gorgeous card and I would really like to congratulate you on being showcased at LIM well done, fabulous card as well, Gay xxx

  8. Karen says:

    Very pretty! I love how you explain your recycling of past failures. It inspires me not to throw away something that didn’t come out as I intended because it may still work if you just think outside the box. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Marja says:

    Heather it’s fabulous. And your work will inspire me always. Gorgeous. You are so creative.
    Lovely greet
    Marja

  10. I’m always inspired by your beautiful creations, Heather. Thanks for sharing your artistic talent! Love the design on this one, too.


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