Thursday, November 20, 2014

When You Just Can't Throw It Away!

Graphic 45 paper is so detailed with beautiful art that even with the smallest pieces I just can't throw the "scraps" away.  Here is a good example of how you can use those scraps.

My Oldest Granddaughter
My college girl is the one of the bottom of the photo with the cream colored sweater at the Fall Festival. 
(Inspired by Melinda Spinks  at http://thescrapfarm.blogspot.com)
(Name brushed out.)

Older Stash I Used
Graphic 45 Halloween in Wonderland and Happy Haunting
Tim Holtz idea-ology ... Findings
My Minds Eye chipboard owl
Making Memories rub-on (memories)
K&Company pins
Prima, some of the flowers

I have several  lines of paper where the companies no longer exist.  I can't wait to see how I will use them.

Personal Note
Our family lost our beloved uncle this past Tuesday.  He was an incredibly talented man.  I will miss him.  Please remember Aunt Bammer and his children in your thoughts and prayers.
Leonard Dewayne Thomas

I have also been overwhelmed with crafty requests and Christmas presents.  It is so much fun but sort-of panicked to get it all done.  I can't wait to share it all.

Have a Crafty Day!

5 comments:

  1. I'm so sorry about your loss, Debby. :( Love your layout. Such a great design and a great way to use up scraps.

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  2. Love the page and the idea. I'm that way too~ hard to throw pretty paper in the trash :) Beautiful example!!! So sorry for your loss :(

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  3. I Love it, such an awesome use of scraps.

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  4. Love all the scraps and embellies!

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