Monday, May 18, 2009

Leftover Scraps = Paper Weaving

With all I had going on last week, I waited until the night before my hubby's birthday to make his card. My craft desk was overflowing with scraps from various projects I've done over the last few days... well, maybe more like months. It's called creative chaos! Among the layers of scraps, I found some leftover strips from a pack of Walk in the Park designer paper. On one side they were floral and sort of girly, but flipping them over I found funky designs that would be perfect for a guy's card. I also found some strips of Kiwi Kiss and Baja Breeze card stock... so the weaving began!

You may wonder what a fru-fru umbrella drink has to do with my hubby. Well, this was the closest thing I had to a margarita stamp. You see, it's been a year long quest of his to make the perfect margarita. Coincidence or not, this quest started soon after our move to Texas. Yes, Tex-Mex and Margaritas go hand in hand. If you need a little proof, here's a picture my hubby "secretly" took yesterday (with MY new camera, I might add) of all the ingredients he has so carefully gathered:
I have to admit, of all the margaritas I've sampled over the last year, the one he made yesterday has to be the best so far!
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MAY SPECIAL
Don't forget about the Buy 3, Get 1 FREE special on Designer Series Paper and Textured Card Stock--feel free to mix and match! Shop online or give me a call... but don't wait, this sale ends on May 31.
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Happy Stampin!

7 comments:

Laura Brown said...

Great card - love the weaving! Happy birthday to your hubby! Bottoms up!

Amanda said...

You did a great job with the weaving, I've never tried this before, it's a great effect.

Julia said...

Great card! Love the weaving.

Carmen said...

Wonderful!! It sure makes that card stand out!

Angela Dively said...

Oooh, I love the weaving! What a great idea!

MsAP143 said...

Ahhh! I loveee your weaving idea!
That looks awesome!
I am definitely going to try that!

Thank you so much for sharing! :0

You are very talented!

I thought, since like crafts... you might enjoy this website, in order to store all your craft supplies and keep your stuff organized.

It's: TheOriginalScrapbox.com

You should check it out!
They have amazing stuff! :)

MsAP143 said...

By the way.... here's the actual link to the site I mentioned yesterday...

TheOriginalScrapboxI really think you'll enjoy it! :)
And keep up the GREAT work!!!