Huntington scraps from previous project used

I have been SLOWLY working towards cleaning out my crafting supplies and I found several packs that had a few projects left from a club night or workshop.   Here are the ones I found using Huntington papers.  I also have been intentional of using embellishments from my impressive hoard of embellishments.  Most are CTMH,  several have been retired for multiple years, and they are all useful!

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On Some of these I’m sure you notice the sunflower.  I was crafting with some of my friends and sharing with them the ease of creating these flowers.  We were experimenting with several sizes.  I also found the brass big brads and they worked perfectly in the smaller flowers!   Oh,  I should mention that one of my friends also had some Huntington scraps and shared with me a few of her “other colors.”  They were the small less than 2×2 pieces that I don’t think she wanted to use.  Worked perfectly for me!   I love embedded embossing too!

Happy Crafting!

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3 Responses to Huntington scraps from previous project used

  1. Lorna Hauswirth says:

    Gorgeous! You are having a good effect on making me relook at pieces, parts and bits. Also, I AM making inroad on old paper packs. With a new point of view, it’s fun to rediscover the beauty of them and not be stuck in a rigid plan of “what to do” with a lovely piece of paper. Today will find me cutting out card fronts and gluing in order to run them thru the embosser tomorrow. Thanks for the creative push.

  2. Pat wilson says:

    They are beautiful cards! I like the sunflowers.

  3. Cindy Butler says:

    Your sunflowers are just perfect! They really add a beautiful dimension to the cards.

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