Saturday, November 10, 2018

Layered Snowflakes from Leftovers

Do you have trouble throwing away little pieces of scrap paper, extra digital image print outs, extra die cuts, punched our machine cut pieces?  I do.  But then when I am able to make a card, or in this instance a tag, with those left overs, I'm glad I saved them.

This snowflake consists of two machine cut flakes (Silhouette) and one die cut (Birch Press) on a tag made from Christmas patterned paper.  The re-enforcer is made with a Elizabeth Craft Design die.
Inspiration for this tag was Ankita Agrawal's tag on day one of the 25 Days of Christmas Tag challenge. 
I am entering that challenge and
 All Sorts Challenge - use red
Time Out - photo inspiration, red and gray
Joy Clair - photo inspiration, red and gray
Word Art Wednesday - anything


  1. OHMYSTARS! Your snowflake is breath-taken-away stunning! The red/white is lovely and the subtle stamping on the background...swoon! So thrilled you joined the 25 Days of Christmas Tags gallery! Looking forward to what you'll be sharing next!

  2. A beautiful way of using scraps, thanks for joining us at Allsorts. Xxxx

  3. A great way of using up yout bits and pieces, many thanks for joining us at Allsorts this week.

    B x

  4. Great use of your "leftovers." My problem is I can never find what I need in my leftovers when I "think" about it. :)

  5. This couldn't be more perfect for our challenge and love the colour combo. I don't throw away things either, so I'm impressed you used them and created such a gorgeous tag. Love the layered snowflake, has so much detail and I'm so happy you shared it with us at TIME OUT!

  6. This is gorgeous, Marsha. I love the layered snowflakes, they are really pretty. THanks so much for sharing your art with us. I always enjoy it, and I'm so very grateful.
    Word Art Wednesday

  7. Fabulous use of dies! I LOVE the layered snowflake, the colors and dimension look amazing. Thanks for joining us at TIME OUT!