Friday, April 10, 2015

Bebunni Daisy Dies

Happy Friday!

I have a crafty confession. I save cardstock scraps. LOTS of them. I even have them sorted out in zip lock baggies by color family! Yep, paper scrap hoarder Lori. One of my friends (you know who you are) is NOT a scrap saver. When we craft together, I snatch up her scraps as fast as she tosses them in the little trash bucket! Can you imagine?! LOL! I just can't let good cardstock got to waste. Actually, my friend would tell you it's not just paper scraps that I save. But that's another story for another day ;)

Here's a card I made using the Bebunni Floral Daisy Dies from Crafter's Companion to die-cut these small flowers. A great way to use up perfectly good scraps of colored cardstock.


These little daisy flowers are so cute! I just love the embossing detail. I die-cut out several of each size and color and popped them up with foam adhesive. The stems are drawn with a fine line black marker. I happened to use the Black Spectrum Aqua Marker. So clean and simple.



The sentiment is from Sentimentals Everyday stamp set - Memories are Made. I diecut the tag using Die'sire Decorative Dies - Scalloped Tags set. It's popped up with foam adhesive and tied with lime green twine from May Arts. Two little orange rhinestones added on the ends for some bling-bling.

What's YOUR crafty confession? 

Leave a comment on this post. I would love to hear about it! 

Enjoy your day,


Supplies:
Crafter's Companion Bebunni Floral Dies - Daisy
Crafter's Companion Die'sire Decorative Dies - Scalloped Tags
Crafter's Companion Sentimentals Everyday Stamps - Memories Are Made
Spectrum Aqua Watercolor Marker - Essentials set (black marker)
May Arts Parrot Green String Burlap Ribbon
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Orange Rhinestones - A Muse Studio
Die-cutting/Embossing machine
Foam Adhesive
Colored Cardstocks

2 comments:

Kara Lynne said...

I love your bright, cheerful flowers! My confession is similar to yours, I keep my scraps too. The more I use scraps the happier I am, but they seem to multiply rather than decrease!

aileen (mum) said...

I really tried to be tough and throw away small scraps but then I stare at the bin constantly and end up having to save them. You just never know what little thing you might want to cut out, especially if its sparkly or textured. Same with bits of ribbon tape etc, I think its a crafter prerequisite isnt it.