Bit Box items

Hi there. I am joining the current challenge at Simply Less Is More. The challenge is to use items you have ‘saved’ for another time and have yet to use. Here is one of my bit boxes. I say one of them – I also have one with larger items like embossed card, and larger die cut shapes.

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So I delved through this box – goodness, there was loads of stuff for a small box. Even an ink blending sponge or two!

This is what I created:

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I took the piece of card I had stenciled onto with my Distress Oxides, and die cut the ‘Big Hugs‘ from Neat and Tangled. I die cut it several times and stacked the sentiment up for just a little dimension.

I then found one of my ‘Lovely Piggies’ from Mama Elephant. When I created the ‘Lovely Piggies‘ card at the beginning of June, I actually stamped, water-coloured, and die cut the whole set – twice!

Here are some of the other items I found in that box – I shall be making some more cards with these.

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A good idea from Less Is More, as I certainly didn’t realise how much good stuff I had put to one side.

I shall also be entering this into the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge – anything goes.

 

 

4 thoughts on “Bit Box items

  1. Such a fun idea, and what a great box of stuff to look through.
    Thanks for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog.
    Have a great day 🙂

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  2. I love what you made from your made with your bits! Such a happy card and wonderfully CAS too. You are going to be able to make some fabulous cards with all the lovely images we can spot in your photos. (You did make me laugh with the ink blending sponges comment!) Thank you so much for sharing this with us at Less is More xx

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