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Sunday, 23 July 2017

Lots of square snippets

This week I got two lovely parcels - an early birthday present of some stitched square and rectangle (at last) and yet more dragonfly dies, and a wonderful parcel of crafting goodies from a very generous Facebook friend, one item of which was this super "Good luck" die. Naturally I had to have a play right away.


I had a good rummage through my snippets box and picked out 10 different scraps of patterned paper (you might recognise some of them as left overs from a card I posted yesterday) and cut them all with a square die then arranged them diagonally over my card and topped with the sentiment and dragonflies, all cut in black.

I am playing along with
Pixie's Snippets Playground weeks 291-292
Less is More - No stamps
Dies R Us - Sentiment as focus

19 comments:

  1. Cool interpretation of the No Stamps theme over at LIM

    Kathyk

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  2. What a great way to use snippets. Your design looks fantastic Jane. I'll certainly be using this idea. Barbxx

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  3. Saw this over at the Snippet's Playground, Jane, and had to come for a closer look. It's fantastic! I love how the whole background looks 'quilted' and your paper choices are perfect.

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  4. Great card, awesome use of bits of paper.

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  5. What a great use for those snippets and your design looks AWESOME!! Great job! Thanks so much for playing in our ‘Die Cut Sentiment as Focus’ challenge at Dies R Us! Please come back again soon!

    Darlene (DRU Blog Leader)
    DIES R US CHALLENGE BLOG
    DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS Please come for a visit.

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  6. Great card for the snippets challenge and how interesting to see the squares set on the diagonal - clever idea and something a bit different.

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  7. Wonderful use of snippets Jane! As Val says, squares on the diagonal are different and a great look as well!

    You asked about Oxides and what makes them different:

    It's a bit of the reaction as they're a 'mix of water-reactive dye and pigment ink fusion' - according to Ranger who make them. That means they keep their richness whereas the normal Distress inks tend to look quite watery by comparison. Also, they're so smooth - and I believe they stamp sentiments perfectly (not tried that one yet).

    Well done on being first into the Playground - bet you were sitting in the shrubbery waiting for Parsnip to unlock the gates! :)

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  8. Delightful card, Jane. Great use of snippets and dies. Love the design going at a diagonal too. Thank you for joining us this week at Less is More.

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  9. Gorgeous snippets card, love all the different patterns and the little dragonflies are so cute
    Hugs Kaz xx

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  10. Terrific take on the challenge. Thanks for sharing at Less is More!

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  11. You get the prize for most snippets used and used most brilliantly, Jane! What a great idea!! Hugs, Darnell

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  12. Well done being first through the gate Jane with such a fab snippets card. I love it! x

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  13. Love this Jane! It is really refreshing to see patterned papers being used in a CAS way and you have really combined some beautiful papers here. The diagonal placement is really eye-catching too. Thanks so much for popping this in at Less is More xx

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  14. What a fun fun use of 'snippets' and the new dies as well, pretty card!! Thank you for joining our challenge at Dies R Us!
    Diane DRU DT {Nellies Nest}

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  15. Such a happy card. Thanks for sharing it with us at Dies R Us Challenge Blog.We hope you will join us in future challenges.
    Kathy
    DRU DT

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  16. What a great way to use up all those patterened papers, they make a beau card x

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  17. Great card to use up some snippets, sweet design x

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  18. A great way of using up snippets Jane.

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  19. Hi Jane,
    what a very super snippets card.
    Such a clever design, and those snippets look really lovely and interesting.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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