I ended up being late with my Christmas cards, so I made simple ones with basically just cardbase, image, ribbon/washi and a sentiment. Here’s the first batch. All images on these cards are from Stamperia.
New year, new possibilities. And lots of new cards, I hope. 🙂 I didn’t post anything here during the entire December. I was just too busy and exhausted. Our most hectic time of the year at work, so it was basically work – eat – sleep – work – sleep – work – make some last minute Christmas cards – work – sleep and so on. January will be a calm month at work, so hopefully I will have a lot more energy for my crafting!
Here’s my card or this week’s sketch at Kortskissen. Very simple. I knew I wanted to use that blue ribbon and this is what I could come up with. Letters not being the same size? Yeah, that kind of bothers me. But they are from the same alphabet.
Another Christmas card from the past. Very simple made, just a piece from a designer paper adhered to the card base.
A Christmas card I made earlier this year but never posted…
Oops, I almost forgot to post my card for this week’s sketch at Kortskissen. As always we’d like to see your take on the sketch as well. 😀
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.