Welcome to another Scrapping Our Stash Blog Hop featuring many familiar Practical Scrappers faces. It’s been a couple months since I participated, but this post has been sitting in my draft folder in a half finished state for weeks so it was time to ‘get ‘er done’!
Today I’m sharing the April Scrapbook Kit from Gossamer Blue and the layouts I’ve made with it.
You’ve got this great piece of card stock which would be perfect for the half finished layout on your desk but … it’s got a giant hole in it where you cut out some shapes with your Cameo. Argh! What’s a girl to do?
Let me show you how I dealt with that exact situation in this month’s Scrapping Our Stash Blog Hop brought you by Practical Scrappers. You should have arrived here from Kerri’s blog but if not and you want to start at the beginning, head on over to the Practical Scrappers Blog for the full list.
It’s time for another blog hop with Practical Scrappers where we bust out our stash and try to use up as much as we can. You should have arrived here from Nicole Laha‘s blog but if you just stumbled upon our hop and want to start at the beginning then please start at the Practical Scrappers blog. I am the last stop on the hop this month so I thank you all for coming by! While we are not giving away a prize on the main blog, several of us are hosting smaller giveaways on our blogs so be sure to visit everyone and good luck!! I’ve got a small giveaway today too – details at the end of this post.
This month I decided to share with you how I used up an entire 6×6 paper pad to create a series of cards for a recent Craft Market.
I have quite the collection of 6×6 paper pads. I don’t know how it happened. One minute I had one or two and then next I had over a dozen! They just seem to jump into my shopping cart!! I swear! Anyway, I was determined to find a way to use them up so started playing and before I knew it I had a stack of cards in front of me.