Today’s card is for the new challenge att Jul Hela Året (Christmas All Year). The challenge is to use ribbon and/or washi, rhinestones and/or pears, and a minumim of two different designer papers. I ended up with this card:
Designer paper – unknown, old scraps
God Jul clear stamp – my own design for Skapa Hobby, no longer available
Rose and snowflake image – cut out from a paper by Reprint
Label which I stamped on – free printable by Cathe Holden
Cake paper lace – Slöjd-Detaljer
Pearls – You Do (can’t link to the actual pearls, their website is down at the moment)
Dotted organza ribbon – Reprint
Dotted washi tape – unknown
White pen for highlighting the swirl on the patterned paper – Sakura Gelly Roll
A card for Kortskissen’s sketch #239:
Thinking of you clear stamp – Heidi Grace
Designer paper – Best Creations Inc
Rhinestones – Papermania
By the way, does anyone know if Best Creations Inc is still in business? Their website is down, and neither their blog nor their Facebook page has been updates since 2011.
“Time to celebrate” is what the Swedish sentiment on this card means in English. I got the inspiration for this card from Sketch Saturday’s sketch #296.
A new week (well, okay, the week started a couple of days ago) means a new Christmas card. This week’s challenge at Jul Hela Året is to make a red, green and white Christmas card.
For CAS(E) this Sketch‘s latest challenge, I made a Valentine’s card. I think this is the last Valetine’s card for this year though.
Here’s my take on the sketch. The designer paper I used as background is actually from a Christmas collection. But I thought it matched perfectly with the colors of the vintage image! “Du & jag” means “You & me” in English.
…and when being late with making Valentine’s cards, keep them clean and simple!
Here’s what I made tonight. As clean and simple as it possibly can be.
I absolutely LOVE that “Dig” stamp, which can be combined with other words! Dig is the Swedish word for You.
The first card I made was for CAS-ual Fridays‘ latest challenge, which is to make a card with an embellishment extending past the edge:
Next card is inspired by CASE Study Challenge #177:
And finally, a small box: