Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Scraplings Art Exchange


Scrapling:  the leftover portion when you cut a blank greeting card down to size. 
Measurement:  1-1/2" wide by 4-1/4" long (folded at top--actual length 8-1/2" before folding)
The challenge:  Use a paint chip and some stamping (Inkadinkado Sketchy Flourishes)
The art exchange:  Gingersnap Creations

16 comments:

Terry said...

What a wonderful group of Scraplings! Love how you mounted them! Stunning!

JoAnne said...

Hi,
So glad you stopped by and entered my Halloween giveaway. Thanks so much for grabbing my button. Enjoyed reading through your blog, following you now too!
xoJoAnne

SusanK said...

These are cool! I tend to forget about different sizes for cards, etc.

MommaSaid said...

Very pretty and so clever!

Lori said...

Saw these on someone else's blog, too, can't remember who, but they're adorable! Great stuff, Love the stamp you used!

Michele said...

these are perfect! the bamboo was just right for this. xo michele

Betty Anne said...

What a great idea to use the paint chips it really looks great. Love your cards.

Shar said...

Awesome image for the paint chip scraplings! Totally gorgeous!

Denise said...

These are sooo creative girl!!!! I love love love them :)

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Hi Helene,
beautiful group of Scrapplings!Have a wonderful weekend and thanks for stopping by.
Hugs,
Marie

Dezinaworld said...

Very beautiful and vibrant. Love these. Thanks also for your lovely comment on my blog today :)
Have a lovely week
hugs June xxxxxx

Barbara said...

Love what you did w/ the paint chips. Now I have to find mind and stamp on them. Thanks for the inspiration.

Barbara

thefrugalcrafter said...

those look great!

Carla said...

Total Cuteness.

The Paper Princess said...

I love what you did with these paint chips - just awesome!

Ramona
http://create-with-joy.blogspot.com

Pryn said...

These are BRILLIANT!!! What an awesome look!!! I still have a ton of those paint chips lying around...thank you for inspiring me to do something with them!!!

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