WTHeck Embellishments

SOS475 – WTHeck Embellishments

Most likely I bought these sparkly things because I like sparkly, but I’ve never really done anything with them and they get forgotten about as well. I had this slimline card cut, but hadn’t used it, I also had the die piece cut and had set it aside since earlier this year. When I found the sparkly leaves I thought they would look okay underneath the word window and I added a paper bow, also from my stash, to the offset leaves. The pearls are a strip set that I added to the circle center to give some interest and I added a few more at the bottom of the slimline piece. A very simple and somewhat plain card in spite of the sparkle’s, but it uses up some items that were sitting around as well as forcing me to use the embellishments.

14 thoughts on “WTHeck Embellishments

  1. Lovely card. I really like the word window. With the leaves and bow and the circle of pearls it reminds me of a big flower. Always good when you can use items that have been sitting around or have been long forgotten. I need to shop my stash more often.

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    1. Thanks Judy. I used up quite a bit of stuff that I have stored, and then forget about on this card.


    1. Using up all the bits I have lying around helped make my room a bit tidier looking. Glad you like it.


  2. Thanks Golda. I didn’t realize it looked a bit flower like until Judy pointed it out. It was fun to make.


  3. Way to go shopping your stash…looks like you were able to use up a couple of different things and create a beautiful card! Thanks for playing along with our WTHeck embellishments challenge over at SOS!

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  4. Thanks so much. It is fun to use items we either forget about or just don’t really know what to do with.


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