05 February 2012
It happens to us all, there is a piece of paper that we are willing to pay $2.00 for and then we try to use it in every possible way that we can think of. This happens to me a lot. You have to save the scraps of that paper and use it until every single centimeter is gone. Here is one that I bought at CKC in Nashville, TN in 2009.
A single sheet of paper that I bought at one of the booths and wish that I knew who made it. I believe it was the paper loft. If you know differently please tell me then maybe I could fine another sheet.
This is actually 2 sheets that I am featuring here. A green/brown/tan stripe and a brown leafy page. Both which are very very great. The stripe is the real one that I love. It's a subtle print with the perfect shades of those colors. All of the inks used are by the one and only Tim Holtz. Dusty Concord and Walnut Stain. Every bit of the paper used is from my scrapbin. The thinking of you rub on, stand by me rub on, and girl chipboard are also from the leftovers box.
The stand by me card is a bonus. I used some of the same set, but most of this card was created for a golden anniversary. It features gold paper, gold mulberry paper and a golden butterfly. The green strip on the bottom of the purple is from the above mentioned paper. Everything else is from my bin.
I am hoping to wipe this bin out by the end of the year. It's February and I feel I have made quite a dent in that little blue box.