A LONG LONG time ago, approximately 2 years, I made a quilt card and I did it in the most tedious way possible. I die cut the same dies over a dozen times to make ONE card. Considering how now I use both the positive and negative of a die now, it's quite funny.
But like quilting, with papercrafting comes oh, so many scraps. So one night I sat down and was determined to use the scraps I had saved... though not very carefully because there was not a complete set of anything. Haha! So instead of making a quilt, I glued them in a more graphic and freer pattern and came up with quite a few cards. I'm showing my favorites here and you can see that I couldn't decide if I wanted to go stark white or a softer gray neutral.
I also went to my collection of word dies and paired them up for my different moods. (If you knew how much time I waste on finding the perfect font for projects...)
Classy and elegant with Quietfire Design - always my go-to-company for word dies for obvious reasons.
Cute and whimsical with Lawn Fawn.
Sweet and kiddie with Sweet and Sassy Stamps.
Modern and fresh with Altenew.