Weekend off work means cardmaking time! 😀 Here’s the first of two cards I made today The frame is an overlay I’ve had for years, that finally came to use. Sentiment is a non-brand clear stamp from Wish. I used Stella Says Sketch #501 for this card.
I also submit my card to the following challenges:
Sketch #391 at Kortskissen is up an running. Come join us in the fun and show us how you interpret the sketch. 😀 Here’s my take on it.
I also submit this card to:
Card base – Slöjd-Detaljer
Designer paper – MajaDesign Crea Diem, Bo Bunny A Gift of Love + unknown
Sentiment clear stamp – my design for Slöjd-Detaljer
Rhinstones – KaiserCraft
Card base – Inkido
Designer papers – MajaDesign Sommartider and Bo Bunny A Gift of Love
Grattis rubber stamp – Inkido
Decorative edge scissors – Creative Club
Washi tape – Studio Calico
Paper lace – Creativ Company
Organza ribbon – Slöjd-Detaljer
Pearls – YouDo
Card base – Papercraft Scandinavia
Light turquoise card stock – World Win Papers
Green designer paper – My Mind’s Eye Quite Contrary collection
Lime green designer paper – My Mind’s Eye Qutie Contrary collection
Red designer paper – Bo Bunny Paprika Double Dot
Butterflies – cut out from DCWV Mariposa collection
White dotted organza ribbon – Reprint
Glitter brads – unknown
60 – Thickers Shoe Box
I quite enjoyed the extra challenge of making one card suitable for several challenges. So today I move up from yesterday’s three challenges to four challenges! The challenges are as follow:
A sketch (click on image to visit the challenge blog post):
Colors (click on image to visit the challenge blog post):
A code word (click on image to visit the challenge blog post) – texture:
And a cue card (click on image to visit the challenge blog post) – shine:
And, here we go, the card! 😀 I guess the use of sketch and colors is quite obvious. The corrugated cardboard as well as the texture of the glitter cardstock, are for Texture. The pieces of glittery cardstock are for Shine. Shine as in being sprakly glittery, as well as having the shape of rays shining down.
Card base – Papermania
Corrugated cardboard – Papercraft Scandinavia
Glitter cardstock – three different brands, but unfortunately I don’t remember which
Rub-on sentiment – KaiserCraft (product no longer available)
Bling stars – Papermania
For the first time ever, I participate in several card challenges with the same card. Usually I make one card for each challenge. So it was kind of an extra challenge to make a card suitable for three challenges.
First challenge is Color Throwdown #294:
Then we have CASE Study Challenge #193:
And third is Less is More #174, to use more than one stamp.
And here we go, the card!
Card base – Slöjd-Detaljer
Ivory cardstock – Slöjd-Detaljer
Flowers and leaves rubber stamps – Slöjd-Detaljer
Handwritten background and Hurra sentiment clear stamps – Slöjd-Detaljer
Ink pads – Distress Ink Tea Dye, Picked Raspberry, Evergreen Bough and VersaFine Onyx Black
Rhinestones – Reprint
Yesterday I made cards for several blog challenges. Unfortunately I forgot to post the ones for the challenges that had deadline yesterday, so I’m a bit late with those. Oh well, here we go with all of them:
After hardly making any cards at all for a few months, I suddenly felt the urge to participate in a card challenge. The ongoing challenge at The Color Throwdown has its deadline today, so here’s my last minute cards. Not only one, but actually two. For borth cards I used various paper scraps, rub-on sentiments, ribbon and pearls/rhinestones.