Pretty mini sized cards

I found some mini white envelopes in my stash last week and decided to use some scraps from a previous project to make some little cards to go with them.

Its really satisfying to use up every last little piece of product from a project. These cards are all 3.5″ x 4.5″. I have mostly used Kaisercraft With Love collection of papers.

With some added pink cardstock on each one I was able to make the scraps go even further. Using the offcuts from a previous set of bigger cards.
Some gold foil card also made things go a little further. Seam binding ribbon is my absolute favourite and my local scrapbooking shop just received a big stock of all the colours. I got a few meters, this watermelon colour is gorgeous!
I also am loving tulle at the moment, its soft and pretty and very easy to use, not having to worry about the way ribbon twists and falls, tulle just goes on and looks good, bow, knot, whatever! Love the look too!
I also have a drawer with tiny ribbon offcuts that I can’t bear to throw away because they are so pretty. This little scallop mint piece is from that draw. The dies are all from Uniquely Creative.
Another die from Uniquely Creative, this is in a set with other words and is one of my most used dies. Another little piece of pink velvet ribbon from my stash.
The gold trim is from a garage sale my sister went to years ago. Its called Dresden trim I think, I have silver and gold in different patterns. Another die from Uniquely Creative and more tulle.
Cross stitch circle frame die from Uniquely Creative has to be my most used die when card making. It is super versatile and I find I just keep reaching for it. It makes cute round openings for a shaker card or the round frames above. Dream die also from Uniquely Creative.
This one is using the Cross stitch circle frames die again in a different way. A sentiment from an old Kaisercraft collection. I’m very happy to use up the rest of the paper on my desk and also to put some little envelopes to use. Thanks for visiting.

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