I’m in the last minute. Always. So here’s my card for Freshly Made Sketches #286, just an hour before deadline. I’ve used the color scheme from CAS Colours & Sketches challenge #221. I kind of forgot to keep it clean, but since I haven’t used any decorations, I hope it’s CAS enough in spite of my mix of designer papers.
I also submit my card to the following challenges:
This card is sligthly different from most cards I make. It’s got a bit more romantic style – pastel colors, doily border punched paper… It’s my card for sketch #405 at Kortskissen. As always, you are welcome to join us and show how you interpret our sketch.
My card for this week’s Kortskissen is a dark grungy Halloween card. Maybe I should stop making Halloween cards soon, as I don’t send any. My stash is getting pretty big.
I have used designer papers from K-Designs (I love their papers!). The owl image if from a sheet of vintage Halloween images from Slöjd-Detaljer, and the Happy Halloween stamp is from Deep Red.
I also submit this card to the following challenges:
Guess what?! I’ve made a card! Yes, you read that right. Last card I posted here was almost a month ago. I had so much fun making this card, inspired by three different challenges:
Butterfly Challenge #58 – D is for Dimension and/or Denim. I found a cotton fabric with denim print in my stash, which was absolutely perfect for this challenge. Then a bit of dimension by using 3D dots under the Grattis stamp, and glueing just the body of the butterfly, lifting the wings up from the card (by the way, I almost always do that when using butterflies).
Shopping Our Stash challenge #262 is to use stitching. I don’t own a sewing machine, and was too lazy to stitch by hand, so I made faux stitches with Sakura Gelly Roll Glaze pen.
And then I used the sketch at The Paper Players challenge #305.
I’m a bit late with my card for this week’s Kortskissen, as we published the sketch yesterday. But better late than never. 🙂 The card is also for AAA Cards #55: Glitter. I went a bit over the top here, because pretty much everything except the card base is glittery, lol. And last but not least, it’s my card for Shopping Our Stash #234: Something New. The Valentine stamp from Gummiapan is brand new, as well as the glittery washi tapes too.
My card for Freshly Made Sketches #215. It turned out quite boring but I guess I wasn’t really inspired to make a card even though I liked the sketch. The card is also for Shopping Our Stash #229: No stamping. I used Basic Grey alphabet stickers for the sentiment.
A smiley card for three challenges. At CASology week 165, the theme is circles. My tiny circles are happy! 😀 At Shopping our Stash #220, the challenge is to “show our smile”. Last but not least, I used CAS(E) this Sketch #142.
The smilies is a small rubber stamp from Pysseldags, which I colored with yellow pen.
A couple of posts ago, I wrote that it’s still summer. Well, now it isn’t. Some days into September and the rain pouring down all day, it’s for sure autumn/fall now. Which means it’s a good idea to send an autumn greeting to brighten up someones day. I made this card from Mojo Monday’s sketch #413. It’s also for Shopping Our Stash #217 – Put a bird on it (my birds might not be in the focal part of the card, but they are there! 😀 ), and Allsorts challenge #327 – Lots of layers.
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:
I have this thing for butterflies. I don’t like using flowers on my cards. Butterflies alwys work though. 🙂 This card if for two challenges. First for Kortskissen’s sketch #319 (where there are butterflies on the sketch, you can of course use whatever you want, it doesn’t have to be butterlies!). The card is also for Shopping Our Stash #215, where the challenge is to use layers. This means I couldn’t make a clean & simple card this time. 😉