Tag Archives: leftovers

Batch #3

I was crafting with my granddaughter yesterday.  I love FaceTime!  How else could I get some crafty time in with someone who lives a ten-hour car ride away?  Logan was drawing and decorating the doorknob in her craft room while … Continue reading

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Gnome surgery

I don’t know whether it’s my eyesight or what, but so many times when I glue together my paper piecings, there’s paper peeking out where it shouldn’t.  Normally, I create a base that’s a tiny bit smaller than the pieces … Continue reading

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Batch #2, AKA They Wanted to be Square Cards

That group of 4×4 images has been on my desk for quite some time.  I made them and loved them but really didn’t want to make square cards out of them.  I can’t tell you how many times I picked … Continue reading

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My mission . . .

. . . should I decide to accept it, is to take these cuts that were scattered on my desk and turn them into something useful.  Good luck, Evelyn!! Watch this space!  If I actually succeed in using some of … Continue reading

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Cards made with leftovers

Here are two more cards I made with embossing folders and extra cuts — two cards made in a jiffy! Both use Tim Holtz’s Rays embossing folder.  The pretty bird is from the Florals Embellished Cricut cartridge.  It’s one of … Continue reading

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On and off my needles today

I was on a mission to locate all my knitting needles and put them back where they belong.  It’s so frustrating to look for a needle I know I own only to find its empty package.  In my craft room … Continue reading

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Cut it Up – New Year’s Resolutions for 2019

It’s that time when people typically set goals for the new year.  So at Cut it Up, we’d love to see a project showcasing your goals or resolutions for 2019!  I like to think of them as goals, because “resolutions” … Continue reading

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