Wednesday, 4 January 2012

Some snippet makes

I have been having a major sort out. My snippets are now all together, lots of my unmounted stamps are in A5 folders and I'm just waiting on a delivery of eze-mount before I continue. I had some lovely images I had coloured in before Christmas and found the perfect papers to complement them amongst my snippets.
First another Hobby art scene coloured with aqua markers and distress inks. Not sure where the papers are from (other than my snippet drawer!)
Next were some stamps I got free on the front of a magazine (Quick cards made easy). I stamped and coloured these on Christmas eve, but hadn't done anything with them. They go pretty well with the snippets of Pink Petticoat papers I found.

These remind me of one of my Christmas presents - a gift box of tea.
Aren't the boxes so pretty?
I'm entering all three of my cards into Pixie's Crafty Snippets Challenge, who has taken over the keys from the lovely Jules. Hey, Di - do you think those boxes would count as snippets?! Thanks for looking. I'm off to drink some afternoon tea!


  1. These are lovely cards Sally, I really like your Hobby Art scene. Have a cup of Earl Grey for me too x

  2. These are all gorgeous

  3. Hi Sally, happy new year! Gorgeous cards and a great use of your snippets! I threw all mine in the recycle bin at the weekend!

  4. Hi Sally
    Happy New Year.
    Your walk through Sherwood Forest looks lpovely. We kepy saying we would go for a walk but never got a dry day all through the holidays, it's been really wet here. We could've done with a bit of your sunshine.
    I love your snippet makes, especially the teapot and cups and your boxes of tea look too lovely to open. I'll have a cup of Earl Grey please!!
    Hugs Lisax

  5. HI Sally - oh you are having a crafty time.. so glad .
    LOve the little tea cups .. i think i have those stamps somewhere !
    Lisa x

  6. I like your snippets Sally lol. Isn't it amazing what we can do when we set ourselves a task!! I adore your scene image, so jealous:( They are still a mystery to me. The tea cups and cakes are just adorable!

  7. Lovely cards Sally, I'm afraid when my bag of bits gets out of hand it goes in the bin! Bet you don't throw those lovely tea boxes away:)
    Val x

  8. Well done on using the snippets, I have been trying to by using my silhouette.
    Great cards, my fav are the last two, just love any card with a teapot/cup on it.

  9. Your cards are lovely, Sally. I use snippets when I create cards as well. I have four drawers full of snippets, organized after seasons (except for summer, isn't that weird?) and a miscellaneous one. It works pretty well for me.

  10. always like your scene cards Sally, you do them so well.

  11. You matched up your snippets perfectly Sally. Amazing what you can find in a tidy up. I dread to think what's lurking at the bottom of the various piles on my desk though, lol!

    I don't drink tea but I do love your gorgeous box of boxes. I bet you'll find a good use for those when they're empty.

    Lesley XX

  12. Gorgeous cards Sally and I particularly like the tea things ones. I'd never have known you matched the papers to the image afterwards - they're perfect! Vicky x

  13. Hi there, rest assured the dogletts are glitter free which is more than can be said for me ! Thanks for your visit and you kind words.Your first card is amazing beautifully coloured a perfect scene, what a talented lady you are.The other two are just delightful and you have used such pretty papers and colours.


  14. Hi Sal

    As soon as I looked at your lovely tea boxes I was thinking how great they would look on a card. Wouldn't they make fabulous paper stack?

    Loving your snippet makes .. .. and the little zig-zag/heart punch!! LOL!!

    You made me smile about the fine nibbed promarkers. Pleased it isn't just me!!

    Thank you for your lovely comments on my exciting news too.

    Love Jules xx

  15. Hi Sally! However did I miss this lovely posting, I think it's because of two Sallys - I'm so sorry chick! I feel really bad about it.

    Brilliant use of your snippets and I adore the stamp set you've used. I've got that one lurking somewhere too :)

    Yup, the tea boxes would certainly be fine for snippets - this week Irene used a piece of wallpaper!


  16. Those tea pot and cups are just DARLING, Sally! Love all the soft pastels of the last two cards... And you say they are free stamps? Fantastic fussy cutting then :) I also love your colouring! Wonderful cards. x

  17. Gorgeous creations. Happy New year to you xxx

  18. Gorgeous cards so pretty too


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