Paper crafting is works of heart

Paper crafting is works of heart!

Monday, March 2, 2020

Use a household product theme for the March 2020 challenge at APTS blog

Welcome to Becca's Heart for Creativity blog with a post that revolves around creative resourcefulness! What can you upcycle from something found in your house? Maybe it's not upcycling. Maybe it's repurposing. Whatever sparks your creativity in this, it might be difficult to outdo the rest of the design team crew of APTS blog!

For my resident designer (DT crew) inspiration project(s), I got the brainstorm about using the word "ultrabrite"/ultrabright for adjectives to make a friendship card and an encouragement/sympathy card=

Card #1= larger font size brand name from toothpaste packaging


Card #2= medium font size brand name from the same toothpaste packaging


APTS blog link for the new monthly challenge released Monday, March 2, 2020=

https://hereisaplacetostart.blogspot.com/2020/03/march-2020-challenge-unconventional.html

And my ID badge for A Place to Start:



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more scans that have been cropped of both cards to give close-ups:





Supply and/or vendor notes:
a. Card #2's Scripture Stickers are from Creative Devotion purchased at Family Dollar (I found 3 different sets. All the clear-view ones shown are from the same sticker set.)

b. lots of scraps used today!--both of cardstock and patterned papers--win-win

c. "Ultrabrite" TM panels cut from 1 box that a tube of toothpaste came in.

d. My Mind's Eye is the product line for the patterned cardstock scraps found on both cards (minty blue with white dot and it's reverse side that looks like notebook paper)

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other blogs and groups where this post will be linked=
a. Alphabet Challenge Blog; X is for X-tra Embellishments (card 2 has lots of the clear-view vinyl Scripture stickers and card 1 has 3 butterfly stick-ons)
link= https://alphabetchallengeblog.blogspot.com/2020/02/x-is-for-x-tra-embellishments.html

b. Shopping Our Stash challenge blog; The Great Outdoors or nature theme; {Card #1: butterflies; or Card #2: 2 patterned papers with flowers}

c. Christian Card-Makers Women's Fellowship group on Facebook specifically for card #2

d. Paper, Paper, Paper & Design Team Calls group on Facebook

e. Mixed Media Creativity group on Facebook {my 2 cards have the repurposed packaging, papers & CS, clear-view vinyl stickers, stamp and hand-written sentiment, washi tape, butterfly stick-ons, etc.}

f. Scripturally Inspired Creativity group on Facebook {specific group for Christians to share their Bible-based creative worship whether for Sunday School lessons, church wall murals, altar decorations, Bible journaling, etc.}; my Card #2 has topical words featured often throughout the Bible

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Crafting in the USA heartland,
Becca S

besides being a resident designer for A Place to Start blog, I'm also on the squads for=
52 Christmas Card Throwdown
My Time to Craft
Scrapping 4 fun Challenges
The Crafter's CafĂ© Challenge 

6 comments:

  1. What a fun card thank you for joining in at the Alphabet Challenge

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  2. That's a fun use for old packaging and I like how you've used it as part of the sentiment. Thanks for joining us at The Alphabet Challenge. Love Dawn x

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