Tag Archives: Kortskissen


Happy Easter

We’re celebrating at Kortskissen, it’s our sketch #400 this week. Come join us, you can win some lovely prizes! One of them is this samp set from Slöjd-Detaljer (okay, it’s in Swedish, so only for Swedish speaking participants then):

Our sketch:

I also submit my cards to the following challenges:

Travel card

My card for Kortskissen sketch #398 is a wish for a pleasant journey. I also submit it to My Time To Craft Challenge #340 – Travel and Simon Says Wednesday Challenge – Anything Goes.

A Little Girl

I made this card for my boss, who just became a dad for the second time. The sentiment on the card says “A little girl”. This is my contribution for sketch #397 at Kortskissen. As always we’d love to see your take on our sketch. 🙂

I also submit my card to the following challenges:

Blue hugs

“Hugs” (that’s what the Swedish “Kram” means) in navy and off white is my card for sketch #396 at Kortskissen. Come play with us, we’d love to see your take on the sketch! 😀

I also submit this card to the following challenges:

Snowflakes

It’s always time for Christmas cards, right? Here’s one in blue and white with snowflakes. The background is a vellum with glittery snowflakes print. In the corners I’ve added snowflake stickers from a monthly club kit I subscribed to years ago. God Jul, Swedish for Merry Christmas, is a clear stamp from Slöjd-Detaljer.

I’ve used sketch #395 from Kortskissen for the layout. We (design team members) would love to see how you interpret the sketch! 😀

I also submit this card to:

Hearts for Valentine

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.

Kortskissen sketch 393

It’s Monday, which means we have a new sketch at Kortskissen for you to try. Below is my card for the sketch. With it’s dots, my card is also perfect for Scrapping4 fun challenge #282 – Spots and dots.

A winter birthday

Snowflake paper and decorations don’t necessarily need to be used for Christmas cards or winter greetings. It’s a perfect theme for a card to someone who has his/her birthday during the winter months. I’ve mixed three different designer papers on this card, two of them with snowflake print. Happy Birthday is a clear stamp from Verve Stamps, and the snowflake is a Martha Stewart punch.

It’s my card for sketch #392 at Kortskissen:

I also submit my card to the following challenges:

Kortskissen #391

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:

Happy New Year!

I’m back! I didn’t have any time or energy to make cards during most of December. Handcrafted Christmas gifts I needed to finish, hysterically much to do at work. When I sat down today to make this card, I felt so happy! There are not words to explain how much I love cardmaking and how I had missed it.

So, the first card of the year is a Happy New Year card, in all white and silver. The text stamp is from a Christmas clear stamp set from YouDo. Stars are from a clear set I bought second hand via a Facebook group, and I have no clue what brand it is. I used silver embossing powder for text and stars, and adhered some of the stars with 3D mount to give some dimension.

The card is for this week’s sketch at Kortskissen, but I also submit it to the following challenges:

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