Below is the first card I created with this wondrous art supply:
In that post I also noted that, not only had eight cards come out of that ONE DOLLAR art supply thus far, but I still had some panels left. Since all of the leftover panels had flaws, i.e., green rhinestones missing, I cut one of the panels into four squares. And used three of them in the following card:
Notice the three little frames that I'd cut from copper metallic cardstock on which I adhered my little treasures. That particular frame is one of 11 darling frames that come in the Ornate Frames Dies, which can be found on page 53 of the Holiday Catalog.
I know the samples using these frames are all Halloween-related. But I saw year round possibilities for all of them. So I ordered a set. And I'm glad I did. They arrived the other day, and they are too cute.
I didn't want to make this a regular card that I was going to send to someone. I wanted to keep it for myself. Looking at all the possibilities for sentiments to run across the bottom, I came across this particular one, which I've never used. At that moment, I decided to make it sort of a motivational inspiration for me to look at on a regular basis.
I don't always feel like it's true. But we are ALL capable of amazing things! I just need to be reminded of that once in awhile.
Well, that's nine cards already made using this single sheet of Dollar Tree bling. I love the stuff! My mind is already working on how I can use in my next creation.
If you had this wondrous sheet, how would you be using it?