Sunday, 14 December 2014

Snippet Birthday Card

I made this card for a friend using lots of snippets. The leaves and framed parts were stamped onto snippets of white card before colouring with promarkers and cutting out. The pale green snippet at the bottom was run through my cuttlebug with a stencil and my no shims mat before dusting with crushed olive Distress ink and stamping with the tiny acorn in the same ink. the faux stitching was drawn with a distress marker. All stamps are from Inky Doodles using the Woodland Walk set. 
I am popping over to Miss Di's snippet playground with it, and hope Parsnip has something warming stashed in the tree house ;). I think I have finished the Christmas shopping apart from food, so I'm ready for a hot toddy x
Thanks for looking!


  1. Can you pour one for me too. Love your snippety card. I like the colours and the window idea. Hugs Mrs A.

  2. A lovely spring-like card that makes me wish winter would be over!

  3. Lovely hints of Spring days Sal.

    B x

  4. A very autumnal card here Sally. Great layout.

    Hope you enjoyed your hot toddy! xxx

  5. Fabulous card Sally! And great use of snippets of course.

    Sigh, I might have known the bottles would be clanking in the Playground - save one for me!!


    Di xx

  6. Oh! this is a fabulous card, love what you have done.

    Any left of teh toddy? NO? oh! well will have to open my own LOL

  7. Lovely card Sally, love all the snippets and I love that little acorn stamp


  8. Lovely card, Sally. The bottom embossed and stamped paper is great. Combined with that leaf border and the stamped images, it makes such a pretty card!

  9. Fab card Sally, love your embossed and stamped card, so much detail! The cut out leaves are so effective and the window is like looking into fairyland :)
    Merry Christmas to you and your family
    Val x

  10. Super card, Sally. I love the woodland theme and the leaves are gorgeous. Elizabeth xx


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