Tag Archives: Slöjd-Detaljer


Nature

Our current challenge #178 at Cardz 4 Guyz is the theme Nature. The tree and the leaves I’ve stamped on my card is from a clear stamp set I designed for Slöjd-Detaljer. (this set is no longer available, but we have several other sets).

A Green Card

When I saw our sketch #433 at Kortskissen, I imagined a card with rays going out from the center. Luckily, I found one such paper in my stash. The paper is from K-Designs, and the Grattis (Swedish for “congrats”) is from a clear stamp set by Slöjd-Detaljer.

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Kortskissen sketch 417

Getting home from my vacation trips, I’m now back to blogging again. First post for today, is my card for Kortskissen sketch #417. The sentiment I’ve used, is from a clear stamp set by Slöjd-Detaljer.

As always there’s no deadline on our sketches, so you have as much time as you want to make your take on the sketch.

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New at Cardz 4 Guyz

I feel proud and honored to be a new design team member at the Cardz 4 Guyz challenge blog. My first card as a part of the team, is “Stars”, which is the challenge #172 theme. Come join us and show is your star cards! 😀

The background on my card is an old star background stamp from Slöjd-Detaljer. Guitar stamp is from Inkadinkado, and the larger stars is a stamp I don’t know the brand of. Everything stamped is embossed with black embossing powder. You Rock are various letter stickers.

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Red Black and White

Monday means we have a new sketch at Kortskissen, and as always, we’d like to see your take on it. I went for a card in red, black and white, with a sentiment stamp from Slöjd-Detaljer.


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Birthday hug

I’ve been a bad girl this week. Or at least a bad blogger. I haven’t blogged my cards for this week’s new challenges. So sorry about that. Here’s the first one, my card for Kortskissen sketch #413. As always, there are no time limits for our sketches, you can take part any time you want and leave us a comment.

I’ve used designer papers from the amazing Stamperia, and a sentiment from a clear stamp set by Slöjd-Detaljer.

Peace Love Joy

I take a huge leap here, from the spring card earlier today, to a Christmas card. The lovely image with the cute birds is from Slöjd-Detaljer. Peace Love Joy is from a clear stamps set that I got with a magazine a few years ago. The background is a snowflake printed overlay from Making Memories that I’ve adhered to green cardstock. I used the shetch at MFT Sketch Challenge #327 for the layout of my card:

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Easter tag

For this tag, I used an old chicken and egg paper from Forma Hantverk. Both the Glad Påsk (Swedish for Happy Easter) sentiment and the chickens are clear stamps from Slöjd-Detaljer. Unfortunately these stamps are no longer available, but we have several other clear stamp sets. The chickens are designed by the extremely talented Johanna – it doesn’t matter what kind of craft she tries, everything she makes turn out great. 😀

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Chicken and eggs

I really liked the clean and simple look of the sketch at Fusion’s Paris Rain challenge, and I decided to go with the sketch only and not the image. I made an Easter card with an old paper (yes, I have lots of old supplies after working in a scrapbook store for five years, before my five years at a craft store…) from Forma Hantverk. Glad Påsk is Swedish for Happy Easter, and is from a clear stamps set by Slöjd-Detaljer (it’s retired, but there are plenty of other clear stamps sets available).

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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:

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