PAPER PAD CHALLENGE

I recently read in someone’s blog that they had done a paper pad challenge.  As I have dozens of paper pads I thought it would be a good idea to have a go.  The idea was to take a pad and make one card from each sheet contained in it.  So here goes.

This is the paper pad I decided to use and all cardstock was either 5 or 6 inch square.

DSCF4734The other things used were toppers from stock (mainly left over bits from previous projects and some digi stamps I had previously coloured in), paper from my scrap draw, embellishments from stock.

and here are the 33 cards I made (yep actually made more than was required)

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That’s the main ones and here are the three I made with left overs

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This was what was left when I had finished, not even enough to put into my scrap box.  I will have to try this method again with some of my other pads.

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I cannot remember the blog where I saw this idea, so if it was your blog, please let me know and thank you for a very efficient and cost effective card making challenge.

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About stitchingranny

I am one of those people who need to have busy hands so whether its stitching or papercrafting, I am always doing something. I also love being in the garden, though hubby does most of the work there these days.
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3 Responses to PAPER PAD CHALLENGE

  1. Jan Doling says:

    What a great idea, you have used the papers in so many different ways. You are so clever at putting bits and pieces together and making it all look fantastic. xx

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  2. chellie88 says:

    Love love love the owl! Not that the others aren’t wonderful too of course!

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  3. Thank you ladies for the lovely comments. I have done the owl (and the elephant) in many different colourways over the years and they both always look stunning.

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