Earth Day Number Two

ACTIVITING THE PAPER PUMPKIN PLAYERS
Winner will be announced on or about April 15th (Don’t forget to mail your taxes).

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Hello there, if you are here looking for the Pals Blog Hop: Earth Day is Everyday, don’t worry you’ll find it on yesterday’s post… LoL.  These are more cards using recycled left over paper from other cards I’ve made.  I do not have the innate ability to color match, but after viewing all thepretty left over paper, I didn’t think it mattered.  The colors remind me of Spring and it has sprung… LoL.

I made my own mom a special Mother’s Day card that I will preview some time this week…. and I can’t wait to show it to you because like these cards…. I also used my stash of paper.  Do you keep your scarps of paper in a box all thrown together or neatly separated and labeled?  how do you think I keep mine?  Hmmm… maybe I’ll show you pictures next time too… LoL

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If you’re wondering about the crinkled leaves… I used a retired Stampin’ Up! product, a Crimper.  I folded the leaves in half length wise and pulled it through.  They give the leaves a beautiful embossed real leaf look… don’t you agree?

DON’T FORGET!

Hurry, time is running out to sign up for Paper Pumpkin this month!  Sign up by midnight tomorrow (April 10) so you won’t miss out on any more kits.

Everyone surely won’t want to miss out on paper, stamps, and fun-we know you’re gonna love it!  Remember, each month’s kit is only available for a month at a time; go towww.mypaperpumpkin.com to sign up and don’t forget to list me as your demonstrator… Maggie Mata/Zip Code 94535.

Don’t be the one that misses out.

 

About Maggie

I'm a Graphic Art Designer and Greeting Card Maker. It's a form of therapy and I love what I do, so I never have to work a day in my life. It's my win-win situation after a 25-year Air Force career as a hospital administrator.

4 Comments

  1. Like Lynn, I keep my scraps in baggies separated by colors, but I use large baggies because i often have 1/2-inch by 12-inch scraps (from scrapbook pages) as well as little 1×2″ pieces and every size in between. I keep all the baggies in a see-through zippered tote that has fairly stiff sides so it can stand ny itself on a shelf or go with me to a workshop. I wish I could tell you where to get one, but I found it at a scrapper’s consignment sale.

  2. Very adorable cards Maggie!

  3. Very cheerful Spring cards. I love the texture on the flower petals. Very neat!
    I keep my scraps in little plastic baggies by color. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Love the cards! I keep my scraps in a plastic bag…not very organized at all! My regular supplies are actually organized quite nicely…wonder what that means? Enjoy the day! 🙂

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