Stop Hoarding Those Supplies and Start Using them! (Crafting Old School)

Hi friends! Today we are going to make some pretty cards using bits and bobs you likely have in the craft room. You can use printed ephemera, pattern papers, tags, envelopes, bits of trim and lace, stamps, wax seals, buttons, twine and anything you like. You can use any combinations of things you like. We have been collecting these precious things for years so we will have different things to hand but that is what makes our cards unique.

Gather up some supplies, and maybe a cup of tea and craft with me!

Supplies (Affiliate links used)

I hope this inspired you to use some of your crafty treasures, til next time happy crafting!

6 Responses

  1. I like using older stuff, sometimes I’ll dig to the bottom of a drawer and make a card or layout from that color or ephemera. thanks for continuous inspiration.

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  2. You don’t have to be quiet, I’m just going to read and try not to get involved with y’all anymore

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  3. Beautiful, thank you

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  4. boy golly, I have collected so much stuff that “I’m going to use this someday when I can paint… I’ll keep all this music for someday when I can play the ukulele… on and on”
    you’re right I just need to pull it out and use it!

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  5. Beautiful card. Love all of the layers!!!

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  6. Oh I love the look of these vintage layered cards, so pretty, thanks for sharing all your inspiring ideas!

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