Christmas all year continues. For the new challenge at Jul Hela Året, I chose card lift, from a card I made ten years ago.
Designer papers – unknown
Vintage image – Slöjd-Detaljer (those exact images no longer available, but they have lots of other wonderful images)
God Jul rubber stamp – Kortmakaren
Twine – unknown
For this week’s retro sketch, I decided to make a Valentine’s card.
Designer paper – unknown
Sentiment rubber stamp – unknown
Heart rubber stamp – hÄnglar & stÄnglar
Black dots – Sakura Glaze
This week’s challenge at Less is More has been New Baby. I made two similar cards, as I happened to have two stickers left from an old K&Co stickers set. One for a baby girl and one for a baby boy.
I made a card inspired by the Freshly Made Sketches #119. I meant to post a link on their site, but obviously I was too late since the link tool is now closed. Oh well, here we go anyway.
And my card based on the sketch:
Designer paper – Søstrene Grene
“Alla hjärtans dag” rubber stamp – Forma Hantverk (no longer in business)
I just realize I have forgot to show the earrings I made for my mom for Christmas. She loves Mickey Mouse.
As I mentined in a recent post, I run a challenge blog for making Christmas cards all year round, Jul Hela Året. This week’s new challenge is to get inspired by a sketch.
I think this might be my first time making a card from a sketch at Cardabilities. I liked the sketch, but somehow the card didn’t turn out as I wanted to.
On my card for Sketch N Stash challenge 129, I used to brand new stamps, a lily of the valley stamp and a “grattis” (congrats) stamp. Both are new releases, and the lily of the valley is my design. 😀
This week’s sketch at Freshly Made Sketches:
And here’s my take on it:
For Mojo Monday‘s sketch this week, I made a card that says For You (in Swedish).