With almost a month until Halloween, here’s another Halloween card. I used sketch #205 from Freshly Made Sketches for this card.
A smiley card for three challenges. At CASology week 165, the theme is circles. My tiny circles are happy! 😀 At Shopping our Stash #220, the challenge is to “show our smile”. Last but not least, I used CAS(E) this Sketch #142.
The smilies is a small rubber stamp from Pysseldags, which I colored with yellow pen.
It’s been a couple of weeks since my last post. I haven’t made much cards either, during these weeks. Here’s my latest card now, made for Kortskissen #324. We would love to see your take on this week’s sketch! 😀
Yep, one more Halloween card made. This one’s for sketch #130 at Cardabilities. (I apologize if the photo quality isn’t that good, I took it with my smartphone instead of the camera.)
I’m not sure why I make Halloween cards. I don’t celebrate Halloween. And not many people at all in Sweden send Halloween cards, as far as I know. Oh well. They will probably be available in my Etsy shop once I have made a few more. This one’s for Mojo Monday sketch #414. All papers are old scraps I’ve had for ages.
A card for a cool teenager, maybe? Challenge #261 at The Paper Players was to make a note to stuck inte a child’s lunchbox. Or your honey’s lunchbox if you don’t have children. I have neither a honey nor children, but made what I think would suit a not so young kid. I used Sketch Saturday’s sketch #377 for the layout of my card. The cool graffiti paper is from K-Designs.
It’s Christmas time again. This time a card in green and gold, made for Less is More #240 where the challenge is to use those colors. Also for CAS(E) This Sketch #139. Being square and always thinking inside the box, the shape on the sketch became a square on my card…
Here are a couple of pictures I colored a while ago. The pictures are similar and I used the same colors for both, but placed the colors in different order. Pictures from the book Mandala Magic colored with Faber-Castell PITT artist pens (my fave pens when coloring).
Ooooh, how I love the Steampunk Fantasy papers by Stamperia!! I think it might just be the most beautiful papers I have ever seen! With bits and pieces from various of these papers, no decorations were needed. The paper says it all. The stamped sentiment says “We always have enough time, if we just use it right”, and is my design for Slöjd-Detaljer. Card is made for Butterfly Challenge #37 – Butterflies and Archway.