Hmm, what is that, an empty scrap bin? It is, and a RAK!
UGH!! I had a huge post (you know me, I am long winded and ramble sometimes) about cleaning out my scrap room and purging. Trust me, it was a great post, very clever, very witty. You would have liked it. Unfortunately it disappeared and seems to be lost forever.
In its place I offer this cliff notes version:
This is my empty cardstock scrap bin. Since I don't use much cardstock it shouldn't be very full. Since I use scraps out of the scrap bin first when I need cardstock, it really shouldn't be very full. However my oldest daughter Anna, who is quite the Cricut master, seems to think that the Cricut only works with full sheets of cardstock. We have accumulated a ton of scraps, to the point where I will never use them all. Since I am in a purging mood, I emptied out the bin and put all that I could into a Priority Mail box.
My theory is that surely someone, maybe a card maker, can use these scraps. It is all good cardstock, Bazzill mostly with a few random DCWV pieces in there and all decent sized, usable pieces. If you can use it and would like to have it, simply post a comment here by Friday midnight. I will randomly pick a name and send you this box, crammed full of scraps. (Sorry, but please, US only, international shipping is just too high.)
If you like patterned paper scraps I have a huge pile of those too and will RAK them next week.
Thanks in advance for playing!