My final post before Christmas. Now I won’t make any cards for some days. This time I’m posting three different cards, with the same layout. They are made for Kortskissen’s sketch #336, which I flipped. We’d love to see what you make from the sketch, so come join us! 😀
First Christmas card for today (I’m not sure yet if there will be more) is this card I made for three different challenges:
And yes, in Sweden we celebrate Christmas on the 24th.
Okay. I started with the sketch. I intended to place the sentiment in the bottom left corner as in the sketch. I felt I needed something behind the text. Adding the flag, I felt the card got more balance if I moved the text a bit upwards. And I guess now you can’t even tell I actually got inspired by that sketch… However, we at Kortskisssen would like to see YOU make something from our sketch #335. You probably end up doing something much closer to it. 🙂
I’ll post a couple of cards later today. But until I’ve got started with the cardmaking, here are a few coloring pages. First picture is from Swedish book Kreativiet och mindfulness (the red one). The second one is a picture drawn by Kerry McQuaid, and the last one by Karla Dornacher. All colored with Faber-Castell PITT artist pen Brush.
My card for Freshly Made Sketches #215. It turned out quite boring but I guess I wasn’t really inspired to make a card even though I liked the sketch. The card is also for Shopping Our Stash #229: No stamping. I used Basic Grey alphabet stickers for the sentiment.
I really like the sketch we have at Kortskissen this week. Not that I don’t use to like our sketches. But I find this very suitable for using paper scraps for those four boxes. I used Christmas papers that I’ve had for several years. It’s the first time I use this Christmas sentiment clear stamp, and I absolutely love it! You can purchase it at Slöjd-Detaljer (if you’re Swedish speaking that is, or I assume you don’t need a Swedish Christmas sentiment 😉 ).
Sometimes a card doesn’t need a stamped sentiment. When making this card for Merry Monday’s challenge #182 – Birds – I thought the paper itself did the talking. So I just added a flag in the upper right corner, and no sentiment.
Yes, I have plenty of coloring pages to post. Here’s a few.
This first one is from the Swedish book “Kreativitet och mindulness” (the red one), colored with Faber-Castell PITT artist pen Brush:
The next picture is printed from Coloring Pages for adults, colored with various kinds of pens:
Last picture for today is also from Coloring Pages for adults, colored with Sharpie markers:
The current challenge at Jingle Belles has been to use leftovers on your card. I’ve had this piece with stamped Christmas greeting laying on my desk since forever. When looking through my Christmas paper stash, the piece of bird paper was the first I found, already in a perfect size. Then paired that with the red paper crap that I just needed to trim a little to make it fit.
Here are a few more adult coloring pictures, as I still don’t have any new cards to show.
First one is from Swedish magazine Målarboken #2, colored with True Color markers:
A picture from the book Mandala Magic, colored with Sakura Gelly Roll Moonlight:
And the final one for today (not colored today, but posting today! 🙂 ), printed from website Coloring Pages for adults, colored with Faber-Castell PITT artist pen Brush: