Welcome to Day 7 of this 7 Ways in 7 Days video series, exploring ways to use an entire sheet of 12×12 cardstock over 7 fun projects. Yesterday I showed you how to make a bookmark (if you missed it, you can find that HERE). Today I am using the very last of the teeny tiny scraps of green and navy cardstock to make a useful gift tag.
The green cardstock is now down to a couple of tiny slivers and the negative space where I cut the circle punch for Day 1 (which is too small to use for anything). I did have a couple of pieces of navy blue cardstock from where I trimmed down the card bases on Day 2 & Day 3, so I’ve incorporated them into this tag with the final ‘hugs’ diecut word. Check the video below to see exactly what was leftover at the end of this 7 project marathon … I think you’ll be surprised!
12×12 Cardstock, lime green
A4 Cardstock, black
A4 Blending Card
Sweet Stamp Shop stamps – Wizards, Grand Wizard, Magical Friends
Mama Elephant die – Tri Window creative cuts (die set)
Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad
Ranger Archival Jet Black ink pad
Distress Ink – Twisted Citron + mini blending tool with foam pads
Mini Misti stamping tool
Double sided tape – 3mm, 6mm, 12mm
Trimmer AND/OR self healing mat / craft knife / ruler
Additional Materials List for this project
Navy Card scraps
Sizzix Big Shot
Tombow Monoadhesive liquid glue
Here’s the video … I hope you enjoy this fun project!
I hope this 7 Ways in 7 Days video series has given you some inspiration for ways to use up your scraps, and make the most of your stamp sets. If you make any of these projects I would love to see them! If you have a request for a 7 ways in 7 days video series, please leave a comment on the blog, email or PM on Facebook and let me know 🙂