Jul 23, 2014

3 tips to strech your stash

Hello

Summer has really hit hard here, and we have been spending time at the beach, where I found some gorgeous small pieces of driftwood, super sweet as is but I have some tips to how to stretch your stash using them - just have a look further down.

This week I have some great cu products for you - all are on sale -20% or more until Monday

First up is the color swatches - you are getting 8 shabby chic color swatches, that will be perfect for baby kits or romantic kits, they come in jpg, aco and ase files quick and easy to use - these are on sale -33% and you can get them for just $1.00


http://scraptakeout.com/shoppe/CU-Colorswatches-05.html

The I have a set of fun and funky blooms - build your own garden, or add these as a funky element to your kits and papers. 


http://scraptakeout.com/shoppe/CU-Blooms.html

The I also have this set of Grosgrain ribbons, you are getting a mix of ribbons and bows, ready to mix and match, they come in the original blue and also as grayscale


http://scraptakeout.com/shoppe/CU-Grossgrain-Ribbon.html

Now for my 3 tips to stretch your stash. I am gonna be using the new cu driftwood pieces I am gonna be using as the base element - these are a new release this week and you are saving 20% on them until Monday. I have also use the new CU Grosgrain ribbons, the CU Birch Tree, and the CU Fabric Flowers


http://scraptakeout.com/shoppe/CU-Driftwood.html


This could be used for any kind of wood elements but I am sure you get the idea.



http://scraptakeout.com/shoppe/CU-Driftwood.html



To end of this post I have a 2 freebies for you. The first one is in my newsletter only, and is a template that coordinates with the new CU Blooms. (The newsletter is resend Sunday for new subscribers)


http://bit.ly/11bVylS

My other freebie is the burned style I used for the first example above


http://bit.ly/1ngm9a3

7 comments:

  1. Thank you very much for the goodies in the newsletter and here.

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  2. I luv it you just can not believe this but here goes..so I was trying to locate a "burn in wood " looking font as we were doing invites to go boating and stay on a little beachy Island ...never ever could find anything as great as your "burnt font" ..LOL so now I got it for the next invites right :) THANK YOU ;~} bunches....
    P.S. also luv your driftwood tooooooo... lol ....I think I need to seek some kinda helpover being this happy...

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  3. LOL! Some times all just comes together if you wait long enough, I am glad you can use the style :D I can see so many uses for the driftwood and I am personally looking forward to adding it here and there

    Sus

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    1. Sus This is a really big LOL ~~~~ I was so excited bout the alpha I never took any notice that they were`nt in a png form.....but Im still smiling :)

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  4. thanks so much for the awesome freebies!

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  5. Chrystal - it makes it easier for you this way, then you can decide what font you wanna use your self :)

    Stacey - thanks I am glad you like

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