Thursday, 8 February 2018

#useitup #2 with some Cute little Pandas for WWYS#154

Hi again, The challenge for What Will You Stamp this week uses the Party Pandas which is perfect because I had a few little guys cut out and Waiting Patiently for some attention on my desk top ( which is slowly getting clearer)
I also used up-  piece of leftover watercolour paper which I cut into a label and a square, another strip of watercolour shimmer paper, some silver leaves and 2 other silver shapes, an envelope liner and some mint striped ribbon , and a few more odd enamel shapes -  not bad for an odd set of bits and bobs.

One of the things I have been really happy with doing this #useitup process is that I make sure I finish each card as I go - including decorating the inside, stamping the Stampin Up logo "Better than Email" on the back, attaching my embossed Logo and decorating the envelope as I go. I always stamp the inside seniment onto a scrap piece of paper which is sealed in the cello bag with the card ready for sale. I never really comprehended how long this took until I had to spend a whole day tidying up and finishing off a stack of cards I had made. So if I can keep up with each batch of cards it makes market day so much easier.

And here's the other little guy made up. so sweet for any age but terrific for teenagers I think.

And here's the last one.

Those pandas really are too cute.

I hope you have a creative week and remember, 
"don't just post online,
 post something pretty!"

cheers, Liz


  1. All of your cards are fantastic Liz! Thanks for playing along with us this week at What Will You Stamp!

  2. What a great card you've created from left over bits and pieces Elizabeth. Thanks for taking the What Will You Stamp? challenge this week.

  3. What a cutie your little Panda is with his envelope Liz and I love how you have decorated and embossed your envelope. Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at What Will You Stamp?


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