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VIDEO: How to Do the Scrappy Scrip Technique and Use Up Your Paper Scraps!

Happy Monday! Today is a good Monday, if there is such a thing 😉. Why is it a good Monday? Because it means it's the final day before the BRAND NEW ANNUAL CATALOG! Woohoo!!! So, today's card is fitting - it is a cocktail kind of day. 

The Scrappy Strip technique (originally introduced by Bruno Bertucci) is such a great way to use up paper scraps (cardstock and DSP!) and it really makes for a beautiful card. These colors - Coastal Cabana, Bumblebee, and Magenta Madness, were inspired by the Global Design Project. I love how summer-y they are! 

Below, you can watch a Video Tutorial on this card, showing how to do the Scrappy Strip technique. Make sure you check it out!


Basic White Cardstock
  • (THICK) 8-1/2" x 5-1/2" scored in half on the long side at 4-1/4"
  • (REGULAR) 4-7/8" x 3-5/8"
  • Scraps for Technique

Coastal Cabana Cardstock
  • 5" x 3-3/4"
  • Scraps for Technique

Bumblebee and Magenta Madness Cardstock
  • Scraps for Technique

Thanks for visiting my blog today and viewing my Video Tutorial! I hope you give the Scrappy Strip technique a try. And, tomorrow is the launch of the NEW Catalog! If you live in the US and are in need of a catalog, let me know. I ship them for free!

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