27 February, 2014

Funky Thursday

Morning lovely crafters,

It's Debbie here who has to agree that the new downloads released this week are fantastic. I decided to do a post today to show you that the Button Babies paper download doesn't have to be used for new babies etc. 

As always the lovely Anice adds some fab papers to the collection that can be used for any occasion.

It amazed me that the flowers were die-cut out of left over pieces of paper and card that I had printed out when making my baby cards etc.. with the new Button baby girl or boy digital stamps. So don't forget to check your left over bit box before you cut into or print out a new backing paper.

These papers are bound to brighten anyone's day as they are soft and subtle yet not too pretty.

I used to shove all my left overs into a box but now I use plastic pockets to store the paper collections I use so that I know to try there first before printing.
Where do you keep all your left overs? 

I know it's not the best storage system but it works for me - I should label them but I seem to know where most of the collections are from.

We'd love to see what you make with this new download or any funkyhand products. Come on don't be shy.....
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Remember to pop back tomorrow for something minty?????

Love Debbie x


  1. Fantastic use of papers Debbie, I love the colours and your fab flowers xx

  2. oh thats just gorgeous debbie. I have the hugest stash of printed out bits and bobs! they get tucked all over the place!!
    huge hugs Lou xx

  3. I missed this post Debbie! I love your card. It's great how you have been able to make a card with 'baby' papers and it's not for a baby! I have a very large amount of scrap paper. It's not nicely organised like yours. It's just a big pile in my workbox. I'd like to say I'm going to get it organised but, that would be a lie!
    Anice xx


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