Monday, 27 January 2014

"Very simple using a few Snippets"

Hello and welcome to this little corner of Blogland.  
I do hope you are managing to stay dry and are not effected by those horrible rain storms once again.   
We have had lots of rain, there is "snow" on the hills to the front and the back of us.  
After the cleaning was done here at the Ranch we decided to go shopping.  If the snow comes down to this level we could get snowed in.  This is the time we get our winter snow, we have a 4x4 but the snow can beat that as well.  We bought in lots, Oh! My! Goodness! it took me absolutely ages to get it all sorted out and stacked away.  Should have enough to keep us going for quite a while whether the snows come or not.
Poor wee Thomas was all excited to be going on his first Ski with the school today....................Snow Gates closed late last night/early this morning north of Blairgowrie so no access to the slopes.   Hopefully they will get away tomorrow.
Thank you for taking time to come visit me I hope it has been worth while.


No need to tell you that this card is made using all snippets of pink and white card stock
An Air Dry Clay heart decorated with a few pearls and that`s it
Card approx 5 x 5 

I only bought a small packet of Martha Stewart Clay, it is all finished.  I have had great fun, it is so therapeutic.  Pressed the button on an order for more I just hope it does not take toooooo!! long to arrive.

I am popping this over to http://pixiescraftyworkshop.blogspot.co.uk
For their challenge

That`s it for today
Thank you for popping in I really appreciate it
Till next time

Hugs

Patricia xxx




31 comments:

  1. hi Patricia ,
    just a moment time to go blogging again and what a lovely card you made.
    the heart is beautiful and the card is very elegant.
    hugs to you.
    Ann

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  2. Hi Patricia
    Blairgowrie. . . There's a blast from the past for me. My dear ol' late Dad used to play golf there. The memory made me smile thanks.
    Simple, maybe. . . . .striking, absolutely! Super job you did with that clay. Would make a lovely pendant.
    Hope you don't get snowed in.
    Best wishes.
    Ang x

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  3. beautiful card Patricia, keep looking at the mold design.. looks lovely in that colour.
    you said on Hazels blog you were having some trouble with blogger, have you tried pressing F5 on keyboard. that's what I do, usually sorts it.
    pam

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  4. Well I never Patricia. This card is so stunning and who would know it was a snippet card. I love that heart made with the moulding clay . I hope Thomas gets his trip tomorrow. Hugs Rita xxx

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  5. Gorgeous Patricia and that heart is really beautiful ! I bet you cant wait till your clay comes LOL hope Thomas goes on his trip son lots of huggles Sue xx

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  6. Beautiful card Patricia, love the clay heart, this does not need anything else.
    Hope the snow stays away for a bit longer, you are right to stock up better to be safe than sorry.

    Love & Hugs

    Jacquie J xxx
    http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

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  7. oh liebe patricia....schlicht und dennoch so zauberhaft und wirkungsvoll....wundervoll gelungen ist dir dein kärtlein....
    ...endlich mal wieder ganz lieb grüsse...
    ruth..chen;-))

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  8. This is gorgeous Patricia, the pink heart looks so pretty and delicate.
    hugs Sue xx

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  9. Hi Patricia a gorgeous card your heart looks lovely and so pretty. I bought a mould very similar to this (for cakes really) and thought it looked too big for a card but it works really well on your card not too big at all. Hope you don't get snowed in and Thomas gets away on his trip. Hugs Susan x

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  10. This is gorgeous Patricia! Yes the Martha Stewart clay is just wonderful to work with isn't it and so light! I just do not know where all this rain is coming from! Carole Z X

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  11. Gorgeous, and I must say I have never used the clay, looks like an awesome result...xxx

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  12. this looks gorgeous Patricia - hope that the snow doesn't come to soon or last too long although you sound like you're well sorted! Hugs rachel x

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  13. So stunning Patricia, love the heart , xxx

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  14. Hi Patricia! Beautiful paper clay heart - so, so pretty! I've been pondering over this stuff and now feel ready to take the plunge!

    I sorted out your link BTW, it was taking me to last week's card - it's never a problem and am just about to sort out someone ele's.

    Hope you don't get snowed in!

    Hugs, Di xx

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  15. Hi Patricia,
    Love your card, so pretty. Sometimes less is more, and this is one of those.
    Lydia
    x

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  16. This is so pretty Patricia, love the clay heart....may need to go shopping to try it myself! Carol x

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  17. This is gorgeous! Love the heart!!

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  18. Shame about the skiing, how disappointing for Thomas. Weather dreadful here today too, grey and wet.
    Loving your card Patricia, your heart is stunning. I feel a new hobby coming on!
    Have fun, hugs Erika.

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  19. Wow! That is a quite a gorgeous piece on that card, so detailed. And to think it is clay. Stay warm and dry!

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  20. Stunning card - CAS and elegant xx luv the heart xx I ordered quite a few moulds from China and they arrived while I was away, I have opened them and put them on my craft desk and that is as far as I have got with them xx this might just spur me on to have a go!! xx luv it and good luck with the challenge xx GailT xx

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  21. Hi Patricia, A very pretty card, loving the pink and white and the air dried clay heart is stunning.
    Hopefully Thomas will get to Ski, fingers crossed.
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

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  22. Good Evening Patricia, what a gorgeous card, ;ove the simplicity of it and the heart is lovely. No idea what dry clay is but it sounds good fun to do.
    Hope Thomas get to go on his skiing trip tomorrow, hugs Kate x

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  23. Hi Patricia . . . what a neat card which used up a lot of snippets. x

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  24. Patricia, this is so pretty. I have seen that MS clay product in our local box craft stores, but didn't know how to use it. Your heart is just beautiful. Love the pinky goodness against all the crisp white. Very clean & simple leaving this gorgeous heart to take center stage. Hope the little skier gets to have his fun trip. Ya'll stay cozy & warm. TFS & Hugs

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  25. A gorgeous cas card Patricia. I love the elegant design and your heart looks beautiful.
    Lorraine x

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  26. Beautiful card Patricia, love the pretty heart.

    Donna x

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  27. Love your card Patricia, that heart is so pretty, and a girl can never have too much pink in my book !. I too have recently become acquainted with air dry clay and moulds - it's great fun isn't it ?

    Hope you don't get too much snow up there, but at least you have plenty to eat now after your big shop LOL

    Thanks so much for your lovely comments on my Bloggie, I'll bet your wrist warmers work just as well as mine, even if they are just plain blue ha ha ! I do love how the clever yarn I used worked out, such a pretty pattern and my wrist warmers do a great job.

    hugs
    wynneth
    x

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  28. Your card is beautiful and such a great way to use up snippets. The heart is just gorgeous! Thanks for your visit and lovely comment. Hugs, Anne x

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  29. OMG Patricia, that heart is adorable, love the textures :)

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  30. Wowzers Patricia! That is one super gorgeous heart you have made with your clay!! Love the pinks, such a girly girly card, adorable!! Hugs, Ira xox
    Ira’s Crea Corner

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