Yup, I’m having a productive day, this is my third card for today. And it’s horrible! No, not the card itself. But the fact there are spiders on it! I can’t believe I did that. I HATE spiders!! Even these little handdrawn monsters are creepy to me…
The Halloween stamp is from Vilda Stamps, and the ghosts are a stamp I designed for Reprint Artstamps ages ago.
I submit this card to a whole lot of challenges:
Here’s the reason why I’ve used those creepy creatures on my card – I got insired by the bottom right picture in this collage from Stampin’ Royalty challenge #349:
And this sketch from CAS Colours & Sketches challenge #195 was perfect for my card:
A card fresh from my desk right now. Made for this week’s sketch at Kortskissen, and for the current color challenge at CAS Colours & Sketches. I just noticed the green looks almost yellow in the photo. It is more green IRL.
First Christmas card for today (I’m not sure yet if there will be more) is this card I made for three different challenges:
And yes, in Sweden we celebrate Christmas on the 24th.
Not much cardmaking lately, again. Here’s one for today though, for CAS Colours & Sketches #150. In case you wonder about the 24, in Sweden we celebrate on Christmas Eve, not Christmas Day.
My take on CAS Colours & Sketches #139 is a green and white Christmas card.
I have decided that I need to use other colors than white or kraft for my cards. I have plenty of card bases in lots of different colors. It would be good if I actually use them every now and then. 😉
First card in “using my colored card bases” is for challenge #134 at CAS Colours & Sketches. Not only is it a slight bit of a challenge to use a colored card base, but also one that is apricot/salmon colored. That’s kind of a hate color of mine…
“Hello”, that is the English translation of the “Hej” on today’s card. I finally got to try the new alphabet clear stamps from Slöjd-Detaljer. 😀 This card is made for two different challenges – Sunday Stamps #103 and CAS Colours & Sketches #128 (I flipped the sketch).
Card base – white cardstock
Dotted cardstock – Bazzill Basics Dotted Swiss
Designer paper – Inkido
Alphabet clear stamps – Slöjd-Detaljer
Brown washi tape – We R Memory Keepers
Pearls – Reprint
Today’s first Christmas card is finished. I made it for two different challenges. TIME OUT challenge #18, where the challenge was to get inspired by a photo. I picked up the colors, and used them for the kraft cardbase and corrugated board and the fabric tape. And I used the sketch from CAS Colours and Sketches.