Not one to like indecision, I made a card for Earth Day! Plus, trees and green are kinda my thing anyway. :) Everything for this card came from my scrap/leftover pile! The 4 background panels are actually grocery bag. I left the jaggedy edge from the top of the bag to create a point of interest.
The sky was created by punching a scallop circle out of stampin' dimensionals backing paper. I placed the circle randomly on the upper part of the square and sponged blue along the top and repeated until I liked the look. For the ground I tore another piece of the dimensionals backing paper and placed it on the sky, sponging below to make the grass. Quick and easy. I like the heaviness of the backing paper and it is coated so it holds up well.
Go look around. I bet there are some things you can make a card out of today without getting out anything new!
stamps: Forest Friends (113748 in the mini-catalog)
cardstock: very vanilla, certainly celery, close to cocoa, grocery bag
ink: bashful blue, certainly celery, close to cocoa
accessory: hemp twine
tools: stampin' sponge, scallop circle punch, stampin' dimensionals backing paper
Have a great day and thanks for stopping by! Tasha