Sunday, October 26, 2014

Proof!

Snippets begat Snippets!
O'h yes they do!
I have definitive proof .
Indeed I do!
Having made the Neon lights Christmas card
I was left with the snippets below.
I was so determined to use up all my scraps
that I made these cards.
I made use of the post notes to make the backing
for the tags and to use as extras.
Silver card blanks where in my stash
 and I cut 3 Large in half to make the 6.
I used my Sizzix Alphabet and Britannia word dies
to make the sentiments.
Coated everything in a mix of SU fine glitter
in either silver or gold
and added a few matching gems here and there.

I used ds tape for the straight lines
 which the glitter stuck to (erm like glue)
and PVA glue on the lettering.

Well that's gotten rid of those pesky snippets I thought.
Honestly
I only took my eye of the ball for 5 nano seconds.
They can mutate!
Not changed their colours as yet but the knowledge is out there I'm sure .
It is only a question of time.
Be very afraid!!
 
Entering into the following challenges:
Rudolph Day#  Make 2 or more cards.
52, Christmas Card Throw down # Stash challenge.
All Sorts #282 Christmas.
Polkadoodles #43 Christmas fun
Crafting By Designs # Get ready for Christmas.
Everybody  Art  #297 Little flag.
Pixie's Crafty Workshop #148 Use your snippets. (I'm really trying to Miss).


36 comments:

  1. Most impressed, Mrs A! What an ingenious way of using snippets of snippets! xx

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  2. Brilliant designs Mrs A and so clever how you've recycled the scraps from your neon Christmas card...I'm loving all the glitter and I wish you good luck with the remaining snippets lol! :) Donna ♥ x

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  3. A fabulous way to use up all the snippets. I wish I had your ingenuity to come up with these lovely cards, if I don't do something soon about my scraps they will definitely take over my room.
    Lorraine

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  4. Fabulous job Mrs A and you do make me chuckle LOL huggles Sue xxx

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  5. Loved reading your post and such a great way to use up all those pesky scraps - thanks for sharing this week at 52CCT - Jacqueline x

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  6. Lol...these look fabulous Mrs A. I'm going snippet busting this afternoon but will be binning some!! Carol x

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  7. Just fab Mrs A! Sometimes the snippets then get so tiny they definetely have to be given the bin treatment lol. I always use my smallest punches to use them up
    Lucy x

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  8. Just incredable great use of snippets Mrs A your cards are gorgeous x

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  9. Absolutely brilliant, Mrs. A! You gave me a giggle, too!

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  10. Hah! The gremlins sneak in while I'm sleeping and duplicate all my snippets I'm sure! Great idea for using your snippets, and those brilliant colors are so much fun with all that glitter too! NJ!

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  11. Hi Mrs A,
    what super creations.
    I love the fab neon colours, and what you have created with them, very clever designing.
    I also love the fab glittery words too.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  12. Whoa! That is some very glittery neon-ness on those cards. They all came out lovely though. I love that you just had to use up your snippets. And now you have smaller snippets. We'll stay tuned to see what you make with them! Happy Rudolph Day!

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  13. Terrific use of your snippets' snippets! Love the neon against the black . . .plus all that glitter. Just FAB.

    Thanks for joining in with Rudolph Day.

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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  14. How funny and a bright idea, the cards look good, can't wait for the next installment.

    Kath x

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  15. amazing use of the those snippets Valery - beautiful makes! Big Hugs rachel x

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  16. What wonderful, bright cards, Mrs A! Brilliant use of snippets, too! And how I agree that snippets can mutate - I darkly suspect that they get together when I'm not looking and make baby snippets! or maybe that's just card-maker's paranoia?!

    Thank you for your lovely comment on my blog about my Dad's 95th birthday card. Happy birthday to your Dad for Tuesday! What an amazing generation, they never seem to give up. Such an example for us all!

    love Mags B xx

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  17. Had a smile or three whilst reading your post!!! Great use of the snippets....... waiting with bated breath as I am looking forward to see what you do with the next lot.. and how many more they develop into!!

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  18. Pure genius, Mrs A! I agree these snippets never seem to go down!

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  19. I love how you have used even the scraps to make such pretty cards. Very funny about the scraps mutating. Creative Scrappy Bliss...

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  20. Wow - these are so bright and bold! I do think this is such a good way to use up those scraps! Thanks so much for playing along with 52CCT this week!

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  21. What a wonderful way to use all those snippets, Mrs A - very clever - at this rate you'll be top girl at using snippets for Di! (would love to see these at CHNC extra as well) x

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  22. OK, so you win the prize for using the most and teeniest snippets :) LOVE all these cards Mrs A - well done.

    Thank you for playing in the Snippets Playground with us :)

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  23. Now I see why I got that message the other day...you are on a teensy weensy snippetty roll!
    Great cards anyhoo.
    Hugs
    xx

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  24. Brilliant colours, brilliant idea. Thanks for joining us at EAC.
    Hugs, Nadja

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  25. Fabulous set of cards, the bright colours look great on the black and I love all the sparkle.
    Jean x

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  26. You are amazing! What a creative idea to use up those snippets! I'd burn the little buggers that are left before they mutate into something dangerous!

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  27. What a fantastic idea and they all look soooo glittery too! Great cards xx

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  28. Great make. Thank you for joining in the Christmas Fun Challenge at Polkadoodles. Have fun and Keeeeeeeep Crafting Katie DT xx

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  29. Lol, I'm seeing a bit of a craze here! Fab cards Mummy x

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  30. Oho yes, snippets breed in the night when you're asleep and not watching them. They should probably be stored in individual little plastic bags so that they can't get together. Pesky things. Ya have to use them up in self defence, don't you? (Mine give me bruises.)

    Why can't those big sheets of beautiful paper breed in the same way?

    I love how you've put these bright colours together with the dark ones - so dramatic. So... does glitter stick to post-it glue?

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  31. Well done you for creatively using those snippets, making such fab cards too!Love the style of your card, the enamel dots are perfect accents. Thank you for joining in with our challenge at 52 CCT

    Louise xx

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  32. Great makes! thankyou for joining us at http://www.polkadoodle.blogspot.co.uk/ Christmas Fun Challenge
    Susan (Senior DT ) xxxx

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  33. What a fabulous idea! Beautiful makes. Thanks for joining in with us over at the Polka Doodles challenge blog x

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  34. Hehe, the snippets do mutate here too! Super cards, very clever designs Mrs A.

    Love and hugs
    Maarit

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