I can’t believe I’ve done it again! I’ve totally forgot to blog one of my cards. It’s for our challenge #181 at Cardz 4 Guyz – Remembrance/Sympathy/Thinking of You. I made a Thinking of You, card which would work fine as a Sympathy card as well.
Today’s card is for Kortskissen sketch #432. I used the sketch very vaguely, adding a square with an image instead of the heart that is on the sketch. Designer paper, image and the Christmas greeting are all from a Christmas paper pad by my fave brand Stamperia.
I also submit my card to Creates and Makes Challenge #15 – Anything Goes
Our challenge #136 at Through The Purple Haze is untraditional Christmas colors. I went for purple, with a background paper from Paper Adventures from 2003 (!!!) and a vintage Christmas image from Slöjd-Detaljer. Also the God Jul stamp is from Slöjd-Detaljer.
I also submit my card to the following challenges:
Challenge #80 at Cardz 4 Guyz is Halloween or Autumn Thank You. I went for Halloween with papers from Swedish company Pion Design, and chipboard ghosts and boo.
Hello, I’m back! 🙂 After a small trip, and my mom visiting me for a week. She left yesterday, so now it’s time for me to start catching up with blog post and other stuff.
Today’s first card is for Kortskissen sketch #430. As always we love to see your take on the sketch. Just leave a comment to the blog post at Kortskissen, with a link to your card.
Today’s new challenge at Through The Purple Haze is Anything Goes. I chose to make a Halloween card with quite a simple layout. I love this craft and black paper with ravens. I have a total spider phobia, but still managed to put a wooden spider on my card.
Oops, I did it again… Having a stressful week befor going away for four days, it completely slipped my mind to blog my card for Cardz 4 Guyz challenge #179. The theme this time is Architecture, and you still have five more days to make a card for the challenge.
I chose a picture from Stamperia’s collection Around The World, that features a… building… from somewhere. 😉 I found it suitable for a card for someone who’ll travel somewhere. The quote on top of the card is part of the print on the paper I used as background, and “Have a safe travel” is rubon letters.