Sunday, 2 September 2018

Graphic 45 Snippets

I love Graphic 45 papers, and like many crafters, find it impossible to throw away even the tiniest snippets from them (in fact there's probably a law about it!) so end up with my pads bulging with tiny odds and ends that "might come in useful".

This weekend I decided to have a bit of a blitz, inspired by some layout ideas in one of their recent email newsletters, and used up lots and LOTS of snippets from the French Country pad. I had to cut into new sheets of paper (ouch!) for each card base, but everything else, chipboards excepted, is cut from my snippets.








Naturally  I'm heading straight to the Snippets Playground with these, and I'm alsotaking them over to Crafty Hazelnut's Patterned Paper Challenge.

6 comments:

  1. Lovely cards, i can see you don’t waste much with your crafting, well done on using up some pieces from your straps, I’m the same as you if I like a paper I don’t throw anything away that might be useful, I have a box bulging with bits that might come in useful.

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  2. Wow, so well done! And yes, I too have teeny tiny bits of G45 paper that I can't quite bear to toss. There probably IS a law about it. :D

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  3. Fabulous card and love the Graphic 45 papers I also have loads of oddments -some to tiny absolutely no use --but you never know lol.Love all the chickens and sunflowers images
    Carol x

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  4. My word you have been brave using up some of those ever growing pile of snippets. Well done and such great cards too. Thanks for sharing with CHN patterned paper challenge.
    Margaret

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  5. Three stunning cards Jane, well done for using some of your precious G45 snippets I know how hard that must have been.

    Sue xx

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  6. Wow Jane, these really are wonderful. Well done on using some of that fabulous paper - I'm totally with you on hoarding it - for a while at least!

    Hugs

    Di xx

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