Below are a few old projects that I'd possibly consider using on my pages. What's old becomes new again.
What a pretty little card, if I do say so myself. The flowers and leaves were made with paper punches and colored vellum. I still have the punches and use the daisy one a lot.
Well look at that. More daisies and leaves! (the same punches too!) There's also a lady bug made out of circles and swirls. I made a ton of these in different styles. I loved the combination of the daisies and ladybugs on the green checked background. I think I still have a set of these in my own collection.
This fall set was done for a swap. I like the leaves and the quote. I'm not crazy about the thread on the corners. I guess I was a little obsessed with that shape tag too. LOL
All I remember about these two Christmas cards is that they were harder than they look to do. I always set myself up for a real challenge when I come up with a card design, then I rip my hair out trying to get them all done in time for Christmas! These were made with a gazillian punched pieces.
This is a cute but it's pretty old school. This set one sold on ebay. The little girl paper piecing pattern came from a Pat Olson painting book. Her patterns were pretty popular at the time I was selling paper piecings on ebay, which was around 2001. The title letters were hand cut because I've never owned a die cut machine.
Thanks for letting me share my old projects. I'm hoping that if I look at what I've done it'll inspire me to get back into it again. I have not scrapped since the end of April. I think it's time to dust off the old scrap table.