A Card A Day – week one


Part One! I am quite torn. There is usually a lot I want to share about the cards, but if I do the weekend posts are going to be very long! I’ll see how it goes…


I had the idea to use an old sheet of text from a scrapbook sticker sheet

but in the end there really wasn’t much on there that I felt worked. Maybe Happy Times? I made the card and added one of my very few tolerable stamped sentiments


I had a pack of pretty paper that had a sticky back so I die cut a few shapes and threw this one together, and used the die cut sentiments I had from my test cut. Because of the sticky-back paper this came together in a flash!


Going back to an old idea, Serendipity Squares, except circles! Also using scraps tucked inside a small paper pad, and a few whole sheets…

…the card worked pretty well, I think.

And I set aside the scraps because there is surely enough of the serendipity chunk to make another one in a flash. But that is for another day. Trying really hard to stick to A Card A Day!

4 thoughts on “A Card A Day – week one

  1. I was cleaning away strips of DSP next to my guillotine, thinking “what a waste” I then saw your idea for serendipity circles- love it!

    • LOL! Serendipity squares were a thing in scrapbooking like 15 years ago. I have resurected it before and thought it was time again. Enjoy and come back to share a link if you do it. I would love to see it 😀

  2. The circles card is really lovely for someone who florals aren’t appropriate.

  3. Love the circles card.

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