My stamping friend Elizabeth does an activity on her blog Seeing Ink Spots where she uses the scraps on her work table to make up a card. I had some interesting scraps on my worktable so I thought I'd try it out. Here is what I came up with:
The Peach Parfait circle was an experiment for another card I made. I used the Simply Scored tool to make hash marks in both directions and used the white gel pen at each intersections. I like the effect so much I used it again on the Concord Crush circle, except that I used an embossing folder for the texture on this circle.
The Daffodil Delight button is from the Button, button embosslet. I have a whole cello bag full of the leftover buttons from when I cut out buttons. Makes it fun!
The scallop along the bottom uses a die and embossing folder set from the occasions mini- luckily it will be in the new catalog! Yea! I added some white dots to this as well. I can't remember why I cut this out but it works well here.
In case I didn't have enough I found the ribbon and added that, and ran the nice piece of leftover Pear Pizazz through the sizzix (I didn't even have to cut it down to size), added a banner, and here you go! The best part? SUO challenge this week is dimensional flowers so I am going to add this card to their challenge! This is SUO Challenge #45.