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Monday, August 27, 2018

Snap

I had these gnomes from Stamping Bella colored up a few weeks ago but didn’t quite know what to do with them. Then the theme SNAP came up and with that the idea of using my film strip die from Marianne.
Then I thought maybe I could fit the gnomes into the filmstrip. They were too big, but I went on with it anyway, allowing their bodies to go outside of the film strip. I needed something to ground them, so I used a die cut stitched frame and black corrugated paper. I stamped a Christmas greeting in Norwegian.

This card is for:
Inkspirational - #168 Snap
My Time to Craft - #378 Christmas in August
Rudolph's Day - August
Christmas at Sweet Stampin' - Anything Goes Christmas

    28 comments:

    meg said...

    love this Pia, great idea to use the film strip the way you did, the background looks smashing behind them.

    aussie aNNie said...

    Good on the film strip, love it when it all fits into place and this certainly has..great card.

    sandie said...

    wow Pia, this is so creative, what a cool idea...using snap in all these ways! So pleased we inspired this!! And as always wonderfully coloured. Thanks for joining Ink

    Samantha Squires said...

    Pia, what a fab card. Love what you've done with the gnomes. Thank you for taking part in the "My Time To Craft" Challenge. Sam x

    Janice said...

    Love your Santa's in the film strip, a great card!
    Thank you for joining us at My Time to Craft ~ Janice DT

    crafty-stamper said...

    Great CAS card and brilliant idea with the gnomes in the film strip
    Carol x

    Chris said...

    Brilliant card, love the gnomes...they look great spilling out of the film strip, what a clever idea! Thanks for joining us at Christmas at Sweet Stampin'
    Chris
    x

    cotnob said...

    A brilliant card Pia, I love those gnomes and what a great idea to have them poking out of the film strip - a fabulous design.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

    Laurel Kerr said...

    The look very cute on the film die Pia..Loz

    scrAPpamondo said...

    Fun and sweet card, you have had a brilliant idea for using these gnomes!

    Lisa Lynn said...

    Pia that is so creative. Love it.

    Lena said...

    Isn't it great when thing work out like this. Your gnomes couldn't have been better had you made them especially for this card. Love the film strip idea and the black corrugated paper behind it. Beautiful card, and so festive :-)
    Have a wonderful day,
    Hugs,
    Lena

    scrappymo! said...

    Great design, Pia. Those gnomes look so cute in the filmstrip die! Well...almost in...lol

    Thanks for taking part in the August Rudolph Days Challenge.

    Off to have a wee catch up on your blog.

    Whisper said...

    Oh that is so perfect, making your gnomes into a film strip, they are so cute as well, thanks for joining us at Augusts Rudolph Days Challenge, luv Sam x

    MaryH said...

    Love the design of this card with those personality plus gnomes. I like the way you've designed around the film strip, and the texture of the black corrugated paper looks great with the snow effects too! So cute. TFS & Hugs

    *Vicki* said...

    Oh these Santas are just too darn CUTE!! I love how you've arranged them popping in and out of the design on this!! so creative and fun! HUGS

    Asha said...

    This is such a fun creation. The fat little gnomes bursting out of the film strip... how clever is that?! I LOVE it.
    x Asha

    Tammy said...

    Such a cute card Pia, I love how you've added the film strip and the gnomes peeking out, love all of the stitched dies too!

    Jenny L said...

    Hi Pia,
    Happy Rudolf Days.
    what a very lovely card and such an excelent idea the film strip is.
    Such cute gnomes too.
    Thank you for joining the Rudolf Challenge.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. DT

    Laine said...

    Fabulous and fun. Wonderful card construction idea!
    Laine
    x

    Mimi said...

    Wow, absolutely love this, and from reading your post, I am just amazed at how it came together! Your process is very natural! Love these cute gnomes, too!

    Shauna said...

    Oh wow... these gnomes in the film strip... so original and fun! Love the creativity. As always, thanks for playing with us at Inkspirational!
    - Shauna

    Marina said...

    What a clever and fabulous design - I don't know how you managed to layer so effectively. Stunning! Thank you for joining us at Inkspirational Challenges.

    Mervi said...

    Totally gorgeous card, what a clever idea, beautifully done;-))m

    Chrissy said...

    A fun and clever idea Pia..love your film strip gnomes, such a fabulous card.

    luv CHRISSYxx

    Marsha Reed said...

    Great card, Pia! Thanks for joining us at the Christmas at Sweet Stampin' Challenge. Marsha DT

    cm said...

    Your filmstrip gnomes, bursting out of the frames, are oh.my.stars delightful! Thrilled to see you in the Inkspirational gallery!
    hugs~carol

    Monika Reeck said...

    I have that DIES too
    and you added the santa so cuuteee with this way
    so simple and so CAS look Pia
    love love love
    hugs
    Monika