Today we have a new sketch at Kortskissen, and this is my take on it. I’ve used papers from my beloved Stamperia. The text stamp is from Slöjd-Detaljer, where you also can purchase the Stamperia papers.
Two of the addresses I got on Postcrossing lately, were to people who accept handmade postcards. So I made these two. Excuse the blurry pictures, the cards got a bit bent after gluing and when not laying flat in the scanner they turned out blurry. Oh well. I was too lazy to try scanning again. 😉
For the first card, I’ve used papers from Tim Holtz’ Correspondence paper pad, and for the second one papers from Stamperia’s Alchemy.
For the first time in quite a while, I have made a card for Kortskissen (I know, I’m a bad design team member). I really like the clean fresh look of this sketch.
Yeah, I know. I hardly ever make cards, or update the blog. However, yesterday I finally made a couple of cards. Hopefully my cardmaking mojo is back now.
For sketch #477 at Kortskissen, I made a small card – 10×10 cm (4″x4″). I finally got use for one of the tiny stamps from a set from Wish. And it was fun making a smaller card, I will definitely make more.
Recently on Postcrossing, I was lucky to receive addressees that welcome handmade postcards. These are the cards I made, all with collages of papers from Stamperia. I really enjoyed making them, so I think I’ll make more collaged postcards when time allows.
Here’s my card for sketch #475 at Kortskissen.