Sunday, January 27, 2019

To Thank Di

Hello~

It's me again, twice in as many days. I just had to join Darnell on her blog djkardkreations, who has created a Blog Hop to thank Di from Pixie's Snippets Playground and offer my card of thanks to Diane. Di is the snippets queen who runs a terrific challenge every fortnight. She encourages us to use the leftover pieces (snippets) from our card making to make new ones. 

So here's my heartfelt Thanks, Di, for all you do.



This card is a CASE from a thank you card I saw and saved ages ago. The original was made by Lisa Addesa on her blog I'm in Haven where she had followed a sketch made by Chrissy Larson. Chrissy is the owner, designer and sketch artist for the on-going CAS(E) this Sketch! challenge. The sketch and card I tweaked was posted Aug. 23, 2017. I changed up the colors and used snippets that I had in my stash. My colors are Stampin' Up! Pool Party, Night of Navy, and Pretty in Pink. The thanks sentiment is one from Spellbinders called Phrases Set One circa 2015. I feel good using my oldies-but-goodies. Thanks Chrissy and Lisa.

I am quite pleased with my card. Hope you like it too. I am adding it to the Playground #344 'cuz I used so many snippets. 
 

Bye for now! Thanks for stopping by. 

20 comments:

  1. Wow, that weaving is fantastic, so neat and perfectly aligned and bold and bright. Great card with masses of visual impact!

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  2. Great use of snippets, Jeanne! I love the colors and the weaving! And I love how you carefully gave credit to those who inspired your card! Thank you for participating in this surprise thank you hop for our Miss Di! See you over at the Playground!! Hugs, Darnell

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  3. Terrific thank you card. Great design and layout.
    Miss Di will love that pink thank you sentiment!

    Hugs, Sarn
    Stamping for Pleasure Blog

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  4. Love your use of snippets, that paper weaving is amazing! Such a great way to use up those snippets, I am so loving your card. CAS(E) This Sketch does indeed have great sketches-good to get the motor started when you are in a dry spell or just don't want to think that hard. I think this is a perfect card to honor Di! Hugs, Brenda

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  5. Absolutely SNIPPETlicious!

    Kathyk

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  6. Love the colour combination and the layout is fabulous on your eye catching card. What a great use of the snippets x

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  7. Great card, like the weave with the beautiful bold colors!

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  8. This is great, I love that thanks sentiment and I too am a great fan of Lisa!
    Terrific use of snippets.

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  9. Super card and a fabulous use of snippets xx

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  10. Great use of snippets! The weave is such a good idea...fun card!

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  12. Sorry, I made a mistake in my original comment Jeanne! I adore your card - love the pink sentiment and the weaving of the paper strips is genius!

    Thank you so, so much for joining in the blog hop organised by dear Darnell and also for your really kind words! I'm still quite overcome here!

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  13. I just LOVE this card and the origins from which it came! The paper weaving is something I haven't done in a long time, but you've inspired me to try it again soon! Great card for Di!!

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  14. Hi Jeanne, a fabulous use of snippets, would work for so many occasions, a great card to celebrate Miss Di's seventh anniversary... have a wonderful weekend... Megan

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  15. Fantastic design, brilliant use of snippets. Emmax

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  16. Lovely use of your snippets Jeanne, a simple weaving - this has lots of potential with all my thin strips. Great to celebrating Di's seven years

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  17. A gorgeous snippets card for a lovely lady!

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  18. What a cool look, Jeanne ... those woven strips are fabulous ... love the softness of the pink with the graphic style of the pattern! Hugs, Anita :)

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  19. Fab card - love the way you used your snippets!
    Helen x

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