Hi everyone, it's Audrey, here to share a couple of cards with you today made with the super fun and functional Lovely SN@P! Pack. If you like pocket scrapbooking, you are going to go crazy for the SN@P! Packs. Each SN@P! Pack collection contains well over a hundred pieces of pre-cut journaling cards and die cut ephemera, perfectly measured to fit most standard pocket page systems. Talk about making things a snap! But as fabulous as the SN@P! Packs are for pocket pages, that's not all they're good for. They are also super fun to use for regular scrapbook layouts, cards, and so much more. Both of my cards today were really fast and easy to put together using journaling cards and die cuts from the Lovely pack. For my first card, I pieced together several of the 4x6 journaling cards to create a fun background in a mix of polka dots and stripes. All you need to do is cut down a bit of length on each journaling card, and you have the perfect fit for a second layer on a standard A2 card base. How easy is that? I adhered a few of my pieces with pop dots for some extra interest. Wrapped a bit of matching ribbon around the bottom of one of the panels, and then embellished with die cuts from the Lovely Pack. Enamel dots from the I Am collection add a final little touch. Also included in the SN@P! Pack collections are these adorable little 2"x2" journaling cards, so fabulous for creating quick and easy blocked designs, and small enough to work perfectly on cards. At 2" square, these little journaling cards would fit on any number of card base sizes. For this card, I layered four 2"x2" SN@P! cards onto a panel of white cardstock, and then onto a 5"x5" square card base made from I Am Important 12x12 Paper. Boom! Instant blocked grid design. Seriously doesn't get any easier than that. One of the best things about SN@P! cards, of course, are the pre-printed images and titles that are great for journaling, but also make fabulous instant card sentiments, too. Love that these cards are all double-sided, for even more creative possibilities. I added a few more Lovely die cuts, a bit of twine, and enamel dots, and another super easy, but super cute, card is complete. Enjoy!