I had to cut the excess off of this tag for a project I’m making.
Would you toss that tiny little bit in the recycle bin if it was you?
I don’t keep all of my little tiny scraps like this, but I do keep the ones that have a particular beauty to them, like the one above — which I did keep.
I haven’t used it yet, but here are some some examples and reasons why you might want to keep the most attractive of your tiniest scraps…
Need more ideas for your leftover scraps?
The next episode for the Paperclipping Members will share my newest idea for scraps. I’ve been having a lot of fun with this one, so keep your eye out for its release in about a week or so, and be sure you have your membership set up.
In the meantime, Members can review these tutorials for using leftovers:
Stash-Busting – Get Half Off
Want a whole month-long course on stash-busting? Last month I was a guest teacher in the Masterful Scrapbook Design issue on the topic of stash-busting, including ideas from me on how to use your scraps and less-than-loved products! For a limited time, Debbie is offering this course to Paperclipping Members for 20% off, which makes it only $12.80!
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Some of the other topics are Patterned Paper, Titles, Events, and many more!
Debbie has allowed me to go through all of these issues myself and I love them! They helped me get out of a bit of a rut recently!
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