Saturday, May 04, 2013

Ally Pally Reveal.

So what did I make with those snippets that I retrieved from the Ally Pally . Remember these bits?
I immediately  saw  little Antlers. Did you!  So I dug deep into my snippet pile and pulled out bits and pieces that I thought would all go together and came up with the following card. No sentiment as the design is fussy enough on its own and you can all see its a Christmas Card (to add to my ever expanding pile of 27 at the last count).

Papers used were all freebies from magazines at some point layered up.
White  card is the left overs from a card made using Spellbinders Majestic Elements.
When cut it leaves a ready made series of holes around the edge perfect for stitching with.
Red card is the left over after cutting an aperture out using Xcut Ornate frame.
White oval is cut using Xcut  standard die.
Rudolph the smallest oval further trimmed down to size.
Googly eyes and pearl (for nose) from stash.
Antlers are the off cuts from a Tonic pattern punch.

 
Entering into the following challenges:
Whoopsi Daisy: Spots and stripes.
Artistic Inspirations: Lots of layers.
Tammy's Scrappin Corner: Lots of layers.
Cutie Pie Challenges: Lots of Layers.
LEJ Designs: Anything goes.
Rhedd and Rosie's: Stitching real or faux.
Crafting For All Seasons: Monochromatic.
Crimbo Crackers: Anything goes.
Crafty Hazelnuts Extra: Anything goes.
Our Creative Corner: Anything goes.
 
 Special Request by Di of Pixie's Crafty Workshop.
 
 



40 comments:

  1. Hello Mrs.A. WOW, you are amazing. This is a great creation, and wonderfully designed from the Snippet pile. I love the different patterns of paper, great idea. Absolutely brilliant. You really are so talented.
    Happy crafting.
    Love Sandra xxx

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  2. Good afternoon Mrs A hope you enjoy this Bank Holiday weekend and we the weather is good to us all at the mo its cold and windy here but hopfully the sun will come out wearing its hat!....lol Your snippets have really been put to good use and what a fabulous make you have produced too! its gorgeous great idea and lovely papers too....take care xx

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  3. Thanks Mrs A what a cute little "guy" - love using snippets and recycling things into my craft.. also thanks for entering so many challenges - I was able to find one [Crimbo Crackers] so I can do Chrissy cards all year round and enter them... Mxx

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  4. Oh my giddy aunt! That's fabulous Mrs A - please add it to the Playground - new Mr Linky will appear at midnight well before you start your parrot shift. I LOVE what you did.

    Hugs, Di xx

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  5. This is truly brilliant Mrs. A!!! Love that Rudolph with its antlers and the googly eyes!
    Have a great weekend!
    xxx Margreet

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  6. Well done for making your Christmas cards! Great inventiveness with the antlers as well. Thanks for joining us at Artistic Inspirations this week, Judith xx

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  7. He is just as cute as can be! Love those googly eyes! Have a marvelous day!
    Ellen
    xx

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  8. Wow, you are one crafty crafter Mrs A! Don't you just love it when you manage to use scraps, freebies and leftover bits to make a great card which is made even better with your lovely stitching. Thanks for joining us over at Our Creative Corner. Margie x

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  9. Well done you, go to the top of the class, a great make for the snippets, fab card and great mix of papers.

    Kath x

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  10. I have to echo some other "Amaz-ING" comments. Yep, I saw the antlers from the snippets..AFTER you used 'em!! How clever of you. This is a fabulous snippet card. Loved reading all the bits about where 'this n'that' came from. Good for you on having 27 cards already. Really liked this one. TFS

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  11. amazing is right!!! love this card :)so glad you linked up with CHNC Extra this month
    Rose GD

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  12. Super cute!! I love how you made those antlers!! Just awesome!!! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Tammy’s Scrapin Corner!!! Good Luck! I hope I see you again for our next challenge :)

    - Susan, Senior DT @ Tammy’s Scrapin Corner
    {Scrap A Thousand Words}
    {Sentimental Susan}

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  13. WOW that's a brilliant use of the left over pieces!!!! I'm very impressed that you saw antlers lol I would have thrown those away and you managed to make something really cute!!! And that's quite an pile of Christmas cards that you have done!!! Really awesome.

    Thanks for joining us at Tammy's Scrapin Corner this week. Hope to see you again next week. DT Crafting Vicky

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  14. WOW such a perky little fella!! Simply live the combination of geometrical design paper. Fantastic card Mrs A.
    http://ajourneyintoquilling.blogspot.comCHris

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  15. So very clever, a wonderful Xmas card.

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  16. So cute and a great use of those snippets, Mrs A. Love the papers you've used too. Elizabeth xx

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  17. Beautifully creative. Great design, colours and attention to detail. Thanks for sharing your talent with us at Tammys Scrapin Corner. Good luck. Hugs Desíre {Tammys Scrapin Corner Senior DT Member} {Doing Life - my personal blog}

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  18. Such a fabby card a great way to use up all the scraps...loving the stitching.
    So pleased you could join in with our challenge over at Rhedd and Rosie's challenge blog.
    Hugs
    Sandie x.(owner & head dt)

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  19. Lovely card and layout, thanks for joining us at Cutie Pie Challenge, good luck cheers Sue N x

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  20. What a fab idea with those scraps, great card, thank you for joining in Rhedd and Rosie's challenge, good luck Hun, Zoe DT xx

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  21. I don't remember Santa having a Reindeer called Goofy, but I think he should have!! Brilliant make Mrs A!
    I hope you enjoyed your cwtch earlier when you would not go to bed, but wanted to watch me getting the washing in!
    Hugs
    xx

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  22. Very cute card Mrs A, gorgeous Rudolph, his antlers look very stylish :) Cathy x

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  23. So cute! Those are some styln`antlers. Thanks for joining us this week at Tammy`s Scrapin`Corner with your Layers entry. Hugs!

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  24. That brain of yours ought to be under scientific study, Mrs. A! You are a visionary, plain and simple! And, more than that, you are an artist who can execute that vision! Me, in awe!!

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  25. It feels good to use up bits, doesn't it?
    Sue/Zue
    Sadesigns@live.co.uk
    Www.aviewoftheworldfromhere-sa.blogspt.com

    I put all my info, in case you don't know who this is.
    Got a blogger issue at the moment
    Xxxx

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  26. Love the little antlers - thanks for sharing this lovely card with CHNC challenge extra for May - hope to see you again soon. x

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  27. Tee hee Mrs A

    Great use of your Ally Pally snippets and magazine freebies.

    I didn't see antlers at all. I saw snowman arms!! LOL!!!

    Love the googly eyes too.

    The image you liked on my blog is a Penny Black one "Spinning a Yarn".

    Hope you have a good week and enjoyed the bank holiday break.

    Love Jules xx

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  28. What a cutie your Rudolph is Mrs A! He doesn't really look as if he should be put in charge of a sleigh carrying all-important prezzies to the children of the world though but hey ho! Have been catching up on your blog and the coffee machine incident had me in stitches. Don't you just hate being first in the queue! Vicky x

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  29. Well of COURSE they were antlers . . . what else would they be????? LOL!

    Terrific festive make here Mrs A. You are very creative xxx

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  30. I like how you use all the left over snippets for your card. He's got a cute little face and the antlers fit him very well.

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  31. A lovely cheeky card - and, er, yes, of course they looked like antlers?!! Wonderful touch. Lynn x

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  32. now this really is an AMAZING use of snippits!!! Hugs Juls

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  33. A cute reindeer, what great use for the snipets you had left. Thanks for joining us at Crafting for All Seasons

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  34. OMGeee I've landed amongst a load of snippet hoarders lol! Now I don't throw away any snippets that are more than 25mm square - but I lay down and bend me knee for you Mrs A - antlers lol! Love it - I think I's going to have fun in the playground with my new friends lol! Karen x

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  35. I am thinking there should be a special prize indeed for this ingenious use of snippets...it should be made extra special for travelling to obtain said snippets! teehee

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  36. He is fantastic! How on earth do you remember what all your snippets are left over from?

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  37. Great card and such a neat idea to use up those snippets.
    Thanks for joining us at Our Creative Corner this time.
    Juliax

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  38. So cute! Thanks for sharing this with us at Our Creative Corner Love from Laura xxx

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  39. Sigh. If only pinching some reindeer antlers was the only mischief that happened at Ally Pally. What happens at Ally Pally, stays at Ally Pally. I love this card, the patchwork effect looks great and so does the red colour scheme xx

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