Sunday, April 7, 2013

Sunday Stamping....part 2

The next card I made on this beautiful Sunday was made out of scraps and recycled items (the recycled part fits into one of the challenges).  I used a piece of paper from my scrap box for the squares and then stamped the sentiment on a piece of greeting card paper (yep - when someone sends me a store bought card, if I don't keep it then I see what I can use from it - even if it's just white stock).  The ribbon I think is Stampin' Up but I'm not sure. 


I'm submitting this card for the following challenges:
 

The Paper Players - Recycle It!
Sunday Stamps - Color Challenge
Sentimental Sundays - Get Well

12 comments:

Judy McKay said...

Very dainty and pretty. Thank you for joining us at Come and Get It this week. Judy

Tammy said...

Pretty card.

Lynn McAuley said...

Lovely windowpane layout on this sweet card! Love the recycling idea!!

Joan said...

What a delicate card - love the paper. Thanks for playing along with us at Sunday Stamps.

Joan said...

What a delicate card - love the paper. Thanks for playing along with us at Sunday Stamps.

Cindy van Oorschot said...

A great recycled project, and great way to use the sketch. Thanks for joining us at Come and Get It this week

Calypso's Crafts said...

Clean, simple and beautiful. Great cards don't always have to be over the top embellished and you have proven this to be so with your card. Thank you for joining us at Sentimental Sundays, we appreciate your participation.

Kathya said...

What a soft and clean design card. Thanks for playing along with us at Sunday Stamps this week.

Hofkissed said...

Fab card... I love how you recycled & used up your scraps! Thanks for joining us this week over at Sunday Stamps!

Tara (Murphy) Bourgoin said...

What a soft and pretty Get Well card! Sure to make anyone smile. Thanks for joining us this week at Sunday Stamps :)

Tameko said...

Very nice CAS card design. Thanks for sharing with us at Sentimental Sundays!

Dawn Barrett said...

I used to have that paper! lol! So funny to see paper that used to be in my stash. I don't know why...just is!