Use It Tuesday #31

Every Tuesday, I am digging into my stash and using something I have been hoarding. I have a room full of stuff and I am going to try to USE IT!! I hope you will join me and start using your own stuff more. Go Use it!!

Last week was part 1 of a two part series of Use It Tuesday where I challenged you to use some of your *ahem* less than beautiful scrapbook paper. Well, I have a BUNCH of ugly paper and I used a bunch of it!! So much of it that I couldn’t share it all with you in one segment so I made it a two part series LOL. So here is part two:

Last week I shared this with you:
IDEA #2 Scrap some Scraps!! Your layouts don’t always have to be just photos. Put some real life scraps on there.

Well I all my layouts today are layouts of all the cards I have received over the last year or so. I cherish the cards I receive so I thought, why not scrap them?? So here they are! I attached only the backs of the cards to the patterned papers so that I can still read the inside of the cards when I want to go back and look at them.

This first one is NOT on ugly paper. I actually used my most cherished paper because these cards meant so much to me. These are the sympathy cards I received in March when my dear dog Taylor passed away. It is hard even now for me to look at this, but I wanted to preserve my memory of my little baby. (The paper is Stampin’ UP’s Green Tea which is retired, I would love to go back in time and buy 10 more packs LOL).

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And here are layouts of bunches of cards. . . I have kept them in my “to be scrapped” pile and also they have been sitting out decorating my scrap room. (please note that a couple of them are actually my cards because I pulled down all the cards that were decorating the room).





I am not attaching a shopping list because the ugly paper I used is not Stampin’ UP paper and there is SOOO much Stampin’ UP stuff used on the actual cards, you would never know what was what. If you have a question about any of the cards you see, please write me an email and I would be happy to answer your questions!





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