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.
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.
Here’s my card for sketch #475 at Kortskissen.
New week, new sketch at Kortskissen. 😀 I made a birthday card for a cat lover (no, no person in particular).
Not having anything new to show right now, I’ll go back to post past things I haven’t yet showed in my blog. First out is one of the cards I made for last Christmas.
Finally I’m caught up with my cards for Kortskissen. This is my take on this week’s sketch #473. Background paper and the bird and flowers are from my beloved Stamperia.
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. 😀