Die Cut Card with Leftover Scraps

Happy Friday-eve! Today, I’m sharing a card I created using some leftover scraps from a previous project. In that project, I had used Mama Elephant Quick Stripes dies to cut out a bunch of colorful stripes. Of course, I had a bunch of them leftover so I decided to use it to create a quick die cut card with an i-Crafter Box Pops Flowers die.

All my supplies for creating this card will be listed down below (with multiple sources when available) for your curiosity and convenience. Affiliate links used when possible.

I used the flower die in this set along with the solid coordinating die from the i-Crafter Box Pops Flowers set, cutting the flower out of white cardstock and the solid die out of black cardstock. I trimmed down the white flower outline removing the stem so it would be a standalone floral.

Using Hero Arts Precision Glue, I just added the leftover stripes from the Quick Stripes set to an A2 card white card panel in varying lengths allowing a nice pop of color for the background concentrated on the left hand side. I took the Thanks sentiment from the i-Crafter’s Pop Up Wiper Insert and added it as the sentiment. I took the florals I put together from the i-Crafter Box Pops Flowers set and decorated them on top of the stripes.

Isn’t it such a fun card? You can use any dies in your craft stash to create this easy card! Thanks for stopping by! Happy Crafting!

Some products are provided by manufacturers for review and use. Affiliate links may be used at no cost to you.

Mama Elephant – Sentiment Strips
–EH: https://bit.ly/3brZU0B
i-Crafter – Box Pops, Flower Add On
–IC: http://bit.ly/3r8PIPz
i-Crafter – Pop Up Wiper Insert
–IC: https://bit.ly/3nTGkyA
–SSS: https://shrsl.com/2yf91
Hero Arts Precision Glue 
  –SSS: https://shrsl.com/2q3nc 
  –S.com: https://shrsl.com/2q3nb 
  –HA: https://shrsl.com/2q3nf

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