I have often been asked why I do cards at a workshop, and not scrap layouts. My answer to that was, you can turn any card into a scrap layout. Its the same technique, and idea. Here are 3 ideas that I used.
Firstly I have to thank my fellow Stampin' Up! demonstrators for there swap cards at Regionals Melbourne 2011.
Thank you Lisa Jalocha (Melbourne) for this wonderful idea.
Stamp Set: Triple Treat Flower 125040
Happiest B'day Wishes 122617
Ink: Concord Crush
Card Stock: Wisteria Wonder
Accessories: Rhinestone Brads,
Fancy Flower Punch,
5 Petal Flower Punch,
1/2" circle Punch
Polka Dot Embossing Folder, and Big Shot
On board No. 2
Builder a Wheel and Lge Jumbo handle.
Stamp Set: Parlour Prints - 125026
Established Elegance - 124966
Elegance Wheel - 120325
Ink: Soft Suede
Card Stock: Crumb Cake
Accessories: Designer Frames - 123130
Standard Stampin' Around Handle - 101610
Large oval Punch - 119855
X-Large Oval Punch - 119859
Word Window Punch - 119857
Modern Label Punch -119849
Crumb Cake Seam Binding Ribbon - 122332
Chantilly Crochet Trim - 118480
Third and last one is using my favourite stamp set French Foliage. Thank you to a demonstrator in the US http://stampingwithsandi.com/stampin-up-french-foliage-stamp-set/ for her wonderful card idea.
I cased this card, to the best of my ability, and turned it also into a layout.
Word Play - 121590
Ink: Pear Pizzazz
Card Stock: Whisper White 12 x 12
Accessories: Gold E/B Powder, 109129
Heat Tool - 106586
Scallop Trim Border Punch - 118402
Square Lattice Embossing Folder - 119976
Big Shot Machine - 113439
Hope you like these layouts and you can see how easy it is to change from change to scrap layout.I would love you to have a go and send them so me and I could post your layout and card on my blog. Look forward to hearing from you.