Yet another card for a past sketch at Kortskissen, sketch #467.
Did you notice that I’ve used the same designer papers for this card as for the one I posted a couple of days ago? That’s correct. I wanna try to use up paper pads or papers that I have already used a bit of. With this card I have now used up an old DCWV paper pad. Only small bits and pieces left, which I’ll use for ATC’s.
Also, I’m working on catching up with Kortskissen’s sketches. This is for sketch #472. As always, we’d like to see you take on the sketches. 😀
A Good Luck card from a couple of months back. We gave it to our boss when he moved and started a new job at the head quarters.
I’m late. With my card for Kortskissen that is. Anyway, good thing is that I’m back into making cards again. And at Kortskissen we have no deadlines, you can join in and make cards from our sketches whenever you want. This is my card for sketch #471.
A couple of months ago, a colleague wanted a card for her son’s graduation. She wanted me to use this “steapunk-ish” paper from Stapmperia, and to include a flag and the tattoo bird stamp she has designed. I’m quite pleased with the result, and so was she. 😀
No posts since March?!? Oh my! I have hardly made any cards during that time. My cardmaking mojo just went missing. I made a few cards, and I think the inspiration might be on its way back now.
Here’s a card from back in April, made for Kortskissen #459. You can still participate and make a card for that sketch – there are no deadlines or last dates on our sketches.
Here’s my card for Kortskissen’s sketch #454, another Easter card. With Easter coming up this weekend, this is my last Easter card for this time. More to come next year. 🙂
Below the images are other challenges I pariticipate in with this card.
I submit my card to the following challenges:
Today it’s time for sketch #453 at Kortskissen. And another Easter card for me.
For Kortskissen’s sketch #452 I made an Easter card in soft colors with two cute chickens. The chicken image is from a sheet of vintage Easter images from Slöjd-Detaljer. This exact sheet isn’t available anymore, but we have other Easter images that are new for this year.
Oops! I just realized I’ve forgot to blog last week’s card for Kortskissen. I went for a masculine card, with papers from “Factory 42” by Kaisercrat and a heart stamp from Deep Red.