Keep reading to the end for a list of the talented ladies hopping this month.
Cut apart cards and pocket cards also make great layers for photos. I really love that one of these card has notebook lines on it, and used a notebook punch to reinforce the look.
I stretched the Stash Bash concept a bit and used this cute cut apart page tab, too.
I added a bunch of messy stitching to this page, adding it both in a vertical and horizontal fashion. I used the horizontal lines to "hold" my title. Again using a multi font title and a bit of my stash as this word "lucky" was cut long ago for another project but ended up not being used. It was great to get it onto a page.
I didn't do a ton of embellishing but what I did do was definitely stash bashing as well, since most of this stuff is a few years old now.
As with all of our Stash Bash pages, this one includes a process video, you can watch it here or over on my You-Tube channel!
Supply List: American Crafts cardstock; Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Inks (fossilized amber, iced spruce, cracked pistachio) and rub-ons; Heidi Swapp and The Crafter's Workshop stencils; Crate Paper and Echo Park cut apart cards; Evalicious 3x4 cards, puffy stickers, page tabs and wood veneer; Elle's Studio puffy sticker; Pretty Little Studio sticker; Amy Tangerine "goodness" Thickers; Fancy Pants 3x4 cards; MME and Simple Stories washi tape; Freckled Fawn clip; Imaginisce patterned paper; Studio Calico chipboard camera; Copic Marker (YR18); Becky Higgins frame; misc. crochet thread.
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