Monthly Archives: January 2012


Happy Birthday x3

I bought these three tiny papers (one pink, one blue, one green) a couple of years ago. Finally I got to use them, making three similar cards. Papers are from Forma Hantverk, stamp from Inkido.

White Christmas

Last week’s challenge at Ett julkort i veckan (A Christmas card a week), was to make a card with snow, snowflakes or monochromatic white. I made mine with snowflakes and almost only white (there’s a little blue in the backround paper).

ColourQ #120

I just finished my card for this week’s ColourQ challenge. All papers used (besides the card base) are various scraps.

The challenge

My Crazy in Love card

Pink Christmas

I’m part of two different challenges to make a Christmas card a week, so this card is for both. 😉 One is the Facebook group Julkort 2012, and one is the blog Ett julkort i veckan. The theme for the blog challenge this week was to make a card with pink as the main color.

I’ve used a pink dotted paper from Maja Design’s Sommartider (the total opposite of Christmas, it’s from a summer collection!), Grunge Corner stamp from Inkido, embossed with Frost embossing powder, a Christmas sentiment (I don’t remember where that’s from?!) stamped with Distress Ink Walnut Stain, Fiskars border punch Threading Water, YouDo brown glitter glue and a chipboard snowflake from Little Yellow Bicycle’s 25 Days of Christmas.

You are a star!

Tonight I made a card for Color Throwdown #173:

The color challenge

My card

I used a red card base, paper from Best Creation’s Rock Star, rubberstamp from Stapminback, silver and red punchinella, red dotted organdy ribbon, a star brad and some silver rhinestones.

Hopefully the recepient will like the card. 😀

One word

Dang! I made a card for a challenge in the Less is More blog earlier this week. Didn’t get to take a pic of it until today though. I thought today was the last day to participate, but obviously the challenge is now closed. Oh well, I don’t know if my card really was a “less is more” card anyway.

However, the challenge was to use only one word as sentiment on the card front. I wrote Kram, which is the Swedish word for Hug, with Thickers Tiara letters. Background paper is a piece from DCWV The Street Lace stack. Then a black ribbon, and using the Fiskars Sunburts border punch on the black cardstock and – voilà!

Kram