Here's a little exercise when you just have a few minutes -- I did these while doing the laundry (well, sort of doing the laundry). The benefits are two-fold: easy little cards and your work table gets cleared off. Challenge yourself to use those little scraps, bits and pieces and "rejected" cut outs, punch outs and images leftover on your work table for quickies. You'll be surprised, what you can do with just what's on the table!
In this case, the heart "stems" were left over from a die-cut, and the hearts punch from scraps on the table.
Added: Cuttlebug panel, stamping on stems from Embossing Arts.
P.S. I added a wire spiral to dangle from the top of the heart and sent it on its way to wish my new Friend Chris a Happy Birthday.
-- keep going -- there's more!
On the table: left-over die cut parts of a Lion, the heart, flower, and circle seal.
Added: Cuttlebug background, and jagged sponged panel.
A Get Well and Thinking of You to my dear Aunt Dot (90 years old!)
and come take a look at the last one below....
On the table: Hearts, stars and card stock pieces from a die cut (that I decided looked just like candles).
Added: Cuttlebug panel, and two stamps (unknown), Diamond Glaze.
Birthday Wishes to JTB
Thought for the day: Those table scraps can turn into tasty morsels -- and the laundry might get done too!