This Valentine’s card with dotted red heart stickers is my take on our sketch at Kortskissen this week. Come join us, we’d love to see how you interpret the sketch! 🙂
It’s also my take on CAS on Sunday challenge #100 – Hearts.
Today’s first (it’s already evening, but there will most likely be one more card tonight) Christmas card is clean and simple. The beautiful image is from my fave brand Stamperia, and the God Jul (Swedish for Merry Christmas) is from one of Slöjd-Detaljer‘s great clear stamp sets. As always I’ve been inspired by a bunch of challenges:
Here’s another Christmas card for today. Both the cute birds image and the sentiment stamp (which says “Wishing you a wonderful Christmas and New Year’s Holiday” in Swedish) are from Slöjd-Detaljer.
I’ve made the card for:
If you follow my blog, you probably know that I like to make clean & simple cards. With this card, I might have taken simple a little too far though. 😉 The stamps I used, the greeting and the snowflake, are both from KaiserCraft.
I submit the card to the following challenges:
Blue Christm… No, wait. My card says “Warm Winter Greetings”, not Christmas. Oh well, it’s blue anyway. A soft light blue, made for CAS on Sundays challenge #91 – pastel. And for Sketch Saturday’s sketch #429.
The snowflake paper is from Creative Club, years back, and the stamp is my design for Skapa Hobby.
I wonder if I have set my own record now, on how many challenges one card can be for?! This card is for the following challenges:
This card is made for three different challenges. At Less is More #237, the theme is congratualtions (which the Swedish word “Gratulerar” means). At CAS on Sunday #65, you should use vellum. I stamped and gold embossed the greeting on a layer of gold and white printed vellum and adhered it to the white background. The third challenge is Retro Sketches #177.