Think Pink

You've probably seen this DCWV paper before - it's one of my favorites, with its bright colors and its built in glitter.  I stock up whenever Michaels or Joann has an open stock paper sale, and even though I have a ton of it, I can't bear to throw any of it away.  When I found myself with a few half inch trimmings, my first thought was to toss it, but I couldn't.  Instead, I layered it over a wide organdy ribbon, and applied it to this card.  This is the epitome of Clean and Simple although it has three different textures and plenty of sparkle, and is perfect for everything except winning challenges.    

Nonetheless, I am submitting it to the Cheerful Stamp Pad for their Think Pink challenge.  Who knows?  Maybe CAS will get some respect.

Juliet Arrighi


Vicki Romaine said...

I am like you. I try not to waste any of my paper. I love the way you used your scraps on this Think Pink card. BTW I included your card in the challenge. I must have had my link codes incorrectly--my apology. I hope the next ones are will end at midnight on Sunday which is what is is suppose to be. You have a week to now to enter the Leaves challenge. Hope to see you there! Thanks for entering my challenge.

Vicky said...

pretty and what a great use of scraps :) you can use a lot of those scraps on your atc's and inchies too!

Myrna said...

I love the simplicity of this card and of course the colors are great.

Beach Cat ! said...

I love this card. I am not sure why. It just grabbed me when I finally started looking around at what I have missed in the past few weeks.
I am glad you didnt toss the scraps!