Magical snippets


When I made this card here, I cut away some of the background and was left with these three panels. I decide to decorate them further with Lavinia stamps and put them on a card blank of their own. I used a french script SU stamp on the card blank first.

As these are left over snippets I am popping over to the Snippets Playground to share and also entering the Countryview challenge where the theme is Birthday. 

Got quite a few good blackberries at the weekend from the canal path walk. 

We ate a few but most ended up in this Blackberry and apple crumble.


KarinsArtScrap said…
wow gorgeous card Lynn

gr karin
Di said…
Gorgeous - the card first and then the pie!


Di xx
I love what you've done with the paper snippets, the design looks fab with script behind it.
brenda said…
A really effective design Lynn and perfect snippets make.

B x
Di said…
I was sure I'd commented on your gorgeous card Lynn! So pretty. Ages since I've gone blackberry picking - yummy!


Di xx
LOVE your card Lynn, the script background and the wonderful stamps make it so interesting.
OH! I gotta go get me some blackberries. love the delicious crumble.
Faith x
Sarn said…
Oh yummy - both your card AND your blackberry and apple crumble!
LOVE what the card you made with your inky snippets.

Thanks taking the time to come and play in the Snippets Playground in this heat! I'll make you a nice ice cream cocktail! xxxx
Wow!!! Such amazing post! LOVE both your snippets card- how clever use of the snippets!- and your blackberry and apple crumble, Yummm!!!

KraftyKoolKat said…
This is awesome Lynn.
HilaryJane said…
I love blackberry and apple crumble and your looks delicious. all the blackberries I have seen around here are really small this year - no rain for months is the reason I reckon. Great way to use up some snippets, love the idea of the script stamp on the background xx
rachel said…
Lovely card!Love the layers! Thanks for joining us at Countryview Challenges and good luck in the draw! Hugs Rachel xx