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A Delayed Easter Card

The updates of my blog aren’t very frequently, but I’ll try to change that. I will work more on making cards and photos and written information for them, to add to my Etsy shop.

However, here’s a card that didn’t make it to the shop. It’s basically the one and only Easter card I made this year! I realized I still had a few left from last year, to get sent out to family.

I used sketch 560 at Kortskissen for the layout. We get rather few responses to our sketches, so please, we’d LOVE to see what you can do with them. Rembember, there are never any deadlines! 😀

Sketch:

My Card:

Now on to you, show us your cards! 😀 Of cours it mustn’t be Easter themed as Easter is now over. Only your imagination sets the limits. 🙂

Oh and by the way, that cute Easter basket is on sale at Slöjd-Detaljer right now! 😀 50% off! Not sure about shipping costs overseas, but I can always help if needed.

Good Luck

Here’s a card I made for a colleague at our head quarters, who will leave after many years, to spread her wings and start a new job. We will miss her so much!

The card was easy made, with designer paper in the background, paper doily, and a flower imgage. Still turned out pretty stunning (am I allowed to say so myself?)

Kortskissen sketch #525

I thought the romantic style wasn’t my style, but I guess this card has quite a romantic style. Made with papers from 13arts Blue Magnolia. Grattis is from an old clear stamp set I designed for Skapa Hobby, no longer available.

As always, we’d love to see your take on the sketch. 🙂

It’s All About Circles

I had just the right paper for making my card for Kortskissen’s sketch #519. With all those circles in the background I decided to not add any decorations, to keep it from being too cluttered.

Another Past Flower Card

Here’s my card for Kortskissen’s flower themed sketch #521. Papers from LemonCraft’s Fresh Summer, and stamp from Slöjd-Detaljer.

Blue Flower Wheel

Here’s my card for last week’s sketch at Kortskissen. Which you can still make a card for, we don’t have any deadlines. 🙂

I’ve used papers from Stamperia’s Blue Land, and a stamp from a clear stamps set from Slöjd-Detaljer.

Kortskissen Sketch 524

Long time no see AGAIN. I’ll do my best to get back into updating the blog more often. I have a couple of weeks vacation right now, so that’ll give me some time to spend on my blog (and cardmaking and other crafty things).

We have a new sketch at Kortskissen, the last sketch with flower theme (which we’ve had for all sketches during July). I made a bright yellow card. Flowers are cut out from a designer paper I’ve had for many years and outlined with black Posca pen. Stamp is from a clear stamp set from Slöjd-Detaljer (and designed by yours truly 😉 ).

Mass Producing

I’ve joined a Swedish Facebook group which is about sending cards to other group members. Most members send postcards, but as I’m an avid cardmaker I want to send my own cards. Keeping up with the cardmaking for it, I made a bunch of similar cards using various paper scraps I had. Sentiment is from a clear stamps set I designed for Slöjd-Detaljer, and says something like “Pull yourself together and do something unnecessary”.

Long Time No See!

Four months. It’s almost four months since I last blogged. I guess things just have been too much, and I have basically only updated my (personal) Instagram. I’ll try and see if I’m ready to start blogging on a regular basis again.

First out is my card for this week’s sketch at Kortskissen. As always we would love you to participate and show us your take on the sketch. You simply just post a link to your card as a comment to the blog post. Kortskissen’s blog post that is, not mine here! 🙂

I have used papers from Stamperia’s Garden on my card. Here in Sweden they can be purchased at Slöjd-Detaljer, so can also the Grattis clear stamp I have used.

Christmas Cards Part 1

I ended up being late with my Christmas cards, so I  made simple ones with basically just cardbase, image, ribbon/washi and a sentiment. Here’s the first batch. All images on these cards are from Stamperia.

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