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Scrapbooking with whatever you have left

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One final crafting challenge for this weekend to help get the most of the supplies you’ve hauled out over the last three days or so: create something with the leftovers from everything else you’ve been creating. Try not to cut into any full sheets of paper or open any new packages of product – make a card, scrapbook page or tag with whatever you have open. Digi artists won’t have run out of anything of course but try using just elements you’ve already worked with this weekend to get a new look from the same selection of supplies.

As always, upload your project to your gallery or blog and post a link in the comments. One entry will win a prize pack of scrapbooking goodies — all full sheets and new packages, I promise!

Don’t miss the two hourly posts to follow — one last photo challenge and then a comment-to-win post to draw things to a close!

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15 August 2010



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19 Comments for Scrapbooking with whatever you have left

  1. Karen Says:

    i love using tiny bits and bobs that are left

    http://icouldbescrapbookinginstead.blogspot.com/2010/08/one-with-even-more-layouts-for-shimelle.html

  2. Lisa Says:

    Very simple and didn’t really use up many scraps but it’s quite sweet ~

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/21446162@N02/4894678807/in/photostream/

  3. maja Says:

    I made a cute tag from leftovers. This was fun! Thanks Shimelle.

  4. Aussie Mon Says:

    I also made a tag for my partner, with a photo he took of his fav plane, the spitfire.
    http://monwonn.blogspot.com/2010/08/shimelle-challenge-scrapping-with.html

  5. beverleynoelle Says:

    a final card made with bits & pieces.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/49388137@N03/4895728804/

  6. Lizzie Says:

    I was just about to tidy up my desk when….
    What a great challenge for “last thing”!
    I used up some of the bits lying around, to make a teeny little note-book. I love it! Thanks for the idea, Shimelle!
    See it on my Blog Post here: http://lizziemade.blogspot.com/2010/08/paaaarty-no-sleep-til-bedtime.html

  7. Kirsty Smith Says:

    I love this challenge, I feel like I could spend days making pages from my box-of-leftover-scraps-that-are-not-quite-small-enough-to-throw-away. Here’s my LO: Doing Lunch

  8. Anne Says:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/anniechops/4897774816/

  9. Alison M Says:

    Mine’s here – I mainly used the scraps from the ‘all from one range’ challenge.

  10. Alison M Says:

    Ignore the last post please – the link was to the home photo that I uploaded just now…doh!
    Here’s the LO from scraps!

  11. Helen Overton Says:

    Here’s my card using leftover’s from an earlier layout:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/furrylittlemonster/4898260463/

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  13. Susan Roh Says:

    Love using up those scraps thanks for a fun challenge! :)
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/53078071@N03/4899119390/in/photostream/

  14. CoCo Says:

    I made a quick card for a new cousin born on Friday. Great to use up those scraps… http://galwaygirl-scrapping.blogspot.com/2010/08/another-weekend-of-craftyness.html

  15. Olivia Says:

    Just added my page here:
    http://mylifeinascrapbook.blogspot.com/2010/08/leftover-scraps.html

  16. Bethan Says:

    Great minds had plans for these scraps.

  17. abbeyviolet Says:

    I don’t usually make cards, but had some things left over and today is my friend’s birthday!

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