G45 Time to Flourish Scrappy Valentine Tutorial for Make & Take Tuesday
Hello, Friends! It’s Make & Take Tuesday, and I have a G45 Time to Flourish Scrappy Valentine Tutorial to share with you. If you struggle with using all those little leftover bits and bobs on your desk after you’ve finished a project, then I think you are going to enjoy today’s post.
Last week, we shared a Throwback Thursday tutorial that showed you how to make our monthly Time to Flourish Desk Calendar. I used up almost every bit of the 8×8 and 12×12 papers in that project. But I had one sweet image, a border strip, and a few small pieces of patterned paper left on my desk as well as some cardstock bits left over. This sweet card iw what I ended up making with all those bits and bobs.
All the patterned papers, cardstock mats and even the card base were what I had left to work with. I also had a small “goodie bag” that The Funkie Junkie Boutique sent with a recent order. The filigree heart, paper doll and die cut cardstock hearts were in that. A Melissa Frances Resin Crown (retired) from my stash, Little Birdie Flowers, ribbon and a bit of lace rounded out the card design.
A Peek Inside
Isn’t it amazing what you can do with just a pile of paper scraps?
TIP: Create a “paper doll” pocket with the row of postage stamps from the 8×8 pad. Just place a tiny dot of adhesive on the sides and bottom then adhere to the base. Then tuck in the little sentiment cut aparts. You could even write a secret message on the back of each one.
G45 Time to Flourish Scrappy Valentine Tutorial on YouTube
If you’d like to see how this sweet little 4 1/4″ x 5″ card was pieced together, please enjoy this video tutorial.
Did you pick up some helpful tips and ideas? If so I hope you’ll take a minute and share them with me in the comment section below.
Happy Make & Take Tuesday!
You’ll find a linked supply list below the post.
- Graphic 45 Time To Flourish Scraps
- Little Birdie Embossed Daisies
- Champagne Wrinkled Ribbon
- Filigree Metallic Heart
- Melissa Frances Resin Crown (retired)