“Basket of Wishes” Scraplings

“Basket of Wishes” Scraplings

There are several interpretations of “scraplings”, and in this tutorial a scrapling is a card (or tag or any other creation) that gets its start from a scrap of cardstock or paper . . . or both! Although the cards in this tutorial get their start from full sizes of cardstock and are presented with exact measurements, the intention is that you will feel inspired to create cards and tags of all shapes and sizes from your stash of scraps. When you need to create a quick card but the scraps all seem too small, think outside the box and use them to create a non-standard sized card. The good news is that scraplings should fit any size (mailable) envelope that you have on hand, and the recipient will enjoy the odd size/shape of the card! This tutorial includes instructions for making a pocket holder that has been custom-designed to perfectly hold the set of “scraplings”. Another thing to love about this tutorial is that it features one set of designer paper and (mostly) one stamp set.

Basket of Wishes, Stampin' Up!, Craft Project Central

This gorgeous project was designed by Regina for Craft Project Central. To get the instructions, simply subscribe to October, or select one of the 3- or discounted 6- or 12- month packages.

Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy. Have a wonderful day!

About buffycooper

Among other things, I am a musician who enjoys papercrafting (specifically with rubber stamps), a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator, Christian, wife and mom to two great boys.
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