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While I was waiting for my Stampin’ Up!® Product Purchase Premier order to arrive, I used some of the table decorations from OnStage to create a few projects. I should probably say, “Repurposed” instead of “Trash.”
The Painted Poppies Suite from the January – June Stampin’ Up!® Mini Catalog was the inspiration for OnStage last week. When I saw the printed acetate on the tables, I knew I wanted to take it home if no one else wanted it. Apparently none of my table mates were hoarders, so I got to keep everything – table tents, printed acetate, the “wraps” around the Make & Takes. It was a craft hoarder’s dream!
For this card, I colored the poppies with Stampin’ Blends (Poppy Parade, Cajun Craze). Next I made a frame using the Stitched Rectangles Dies and attached the acetate to the frame. I adhered the frame and acetate to Pumpkin Pie Cardstock using Stampin’ Dimensionals, then added it to a Basic Black card base.
The sentiment is from the Itty Bitty Birthdays Stamp Set.
This is my favorite trash, er..”repurposed” card. I didn’t have to do much at all except trim some of the paper confiscated from the tables. I added a couple die-cut butterflies from the Butterfly Beauty Dies and adhered to a Basic Black layer and then a Poppy Parade card base. Easy!
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Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy. Have a lovely day!
You re-purposed the items beautifully, Buffy! You have a great eye for the designs.
Thank you, Deborah! In this case, I just let the paper do all the work. So fun!