Saturday, October 1, 2022

Just Us Girls #652 -- WORD Week

The ingenious Ina is hosting WORD week at Just Us Girls.  Ina would like us to think about the word SCRAP and incorporate it into our card designs.  I went a little overboard with my scraps. All the tree sections were individually inlaid with different papers!  

Lynn Jardine is our guest designer and so very talented! Please welcome her and check out her fabulous cards at Stamps...and your ideas come true!

Please check out the design team.  These ladies work hard to inspire you each week.  Drop by their blogs and leave them a little love. Links to the right.

Enjoy!  I am looking forward to your inspired creations in the galley. 

Project Details
Stamps/DiesPoppystamps Boddington Hillside
Honey Bee Sweater Weather
Cardstock    110lb. Neenah Solar Crest
Bazzill red cardstock
Scrap green cardstock
Note the tree outline was die cut
from a scrap piece of cardstock
sprayed with Heidi Swapp metallic inks.
 Ink Versamark
Hero Arts gold embossing powder
Heidi Swapp metallic sprays
Embellishments Metallic leaf sequins (from nail stash!)
Other Dahle Personal Rotary Cutter
Scor Pal Mini Score Board
Sizzix Big Shot Die Cutting
Ranger Stamp Platform
Bearly Art Precision Glue
3M ATG 714 Tape Adhesive


Carol said...

What a pretty way to use scraps! I love inlaid designs so much, so your card caught my eye immediately! Beautiful!

Vicki Dutcher said...

That gold looks amazing against the red! Perfect use of using scraps :)

I Card Everyone said...

Holy moly Elizabeth! That is a whole lot of scrappin' goin' on - and I love it!
This is just what Fall looks like in my neck of the woods - well. except for the sky - but our sunsets are song-worthy!

Lynne in NI said...

Oh WOW Elizabeth, what a stunner! It must have taken an age to add all your inlays, but definitely well worth it!!
Thanks for the welcome :)

Lisa Elton said...

Ohhh, I like all of your pretty little scrappy trees! Wonderful card, Elizabeth!

cm said...

Your inlay hillside is absolutely lovely...and definitely worth the time tucking those wee pieces into their own little spots! Great way to breathe new life into bits of leftovers!

Bobby said...

Those trees are wonderful, Elizabeth. What a lot of word inlaying all those pieces but it was worth it.

Ina G said...

OMG Elizabeth you nailed this challenge with those aaaaaaaaaaamazing tree pieces. I bet you had fun placing all those itty bits in the right spots. Love the bold red base and gold surrounds.

Lisa Kind said...

Beautiful card and certainly a work of art! I love the red and gold and the inlaying of different papers is amazing!

Cécile RIBON said...

Wow! Elizabeth! This is certainly the most beautiful and classy use of scraps! This card is gorgeous!