Are you one of those crafters who can't pass up pretty paper? I certainly am. I have stacks and stacks of it...and I can't stop buying more (it's sooo PRETTY!). I've run out of space - my paper area definitely is in need of some reorganization. Until then, I've decided I need to start using some of my hoarded paper in projects. Yes, actually USE it. So, I glanced at my stash, and my eye went to some Basic Grey Sugar Rush collection that I believe came out in 2011.
I decided to make some cards, and here is what I created.
The one on the left was created using the Clean & Simple stamping card sketch #137. The card on the right was created using Pattern 24 from Close To My Heart's "Make It From Your Heart Volume 1". I love the orange patterned paper with the kite bows, but I toned it down by using the polka dot pattern as my main background. I also used ink to distress all my edges except for the tulip red cardstock.
See below for a list of products used, and thanks for stopping by today!
Chocolate scrappy wishes,
Basic Grey Sugar Rush paper
CTMH Colonial White Cards
CTMH Tulip Ink (retired)
CTMH Grey Wool Ink (retired)
CTMH D1300 Circle Around stamp set (retired)
CTMH D1475 Card Chatter - Birthday stamp set
CTMH B1362 Tag the Occasion stamp set (retired)
CTMH B1339 Topstitch Love is in the Air stamp set (retired)
CTMH D1514 Just a Number stamp set
CTMH Z1686 Cricut Art Philosophy collection (scallop and heart)
Fiskars medium circle punch