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For sketch #439 at Kortskissen, I made a clean and simple card with silver snowflake stickers. The Merry Christmas stamp is from Slöjd-Detaljer.

I also submit my card to the following challenges:

Flowers silhouette

Already Monday again!? Last week I only managed to make one card. I wish there was enough time to make cards every day. 🙂

This is my very fist entry to a Muse challenge. You’ll find their card to be inspired by at the bottom of this post. I loved everything about the card, and made a pretty similar one. The background, which is in the same color scheme as the Muse card, is an old scrapbooking paper I’ve had since forever. Grattis stamp and flower stamp are both from Slöjd-Detaljer (the flowers is a discontinued stamp though). It’s hard to get it to show in photos, but I outlined the text and the flowers with Sakura Gelly Roll stardust pen to make it pop out a bit.

A also submit this card to Simon Says Wednesday Challenge “It’s hip to be square” and to Addicted to CAS challenge #95 “Silhouette”.




The Muse card:

A splash of blue

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:

Addicted to CAS #71 – Blue
CAS on Sunday #66 – Splash
Less is More #239 – Sprays/mists
Shopping Our Stash #216 – Splish Splash
CAS(E) this Sketch #138 – The below sketch



From three to four

I quite enjoyed the extra challenge of making one card suitable for several challenges. So today I move up from yesterday’s three challenges to four challenges! The challenges are as follow:

A sketch (click on image to visit the challenge blog post):



Colors (click on image to visit the challenge blog post):




A code word (click on image to visit the challenge blog post) – texture:

ATCAS - code word texture


And a cue card (click on image to visit the challenge blog post) – shine:

Week 98 - Shine

And, here we go, the card! 😀 I guess the use of sketch and colors is quite obvious. The corrugated cardboard as well as the texture of the glitter cardstock, are for Texture. The pieces of glittery cardstock are for Shine. Shine as in being sprakly glittery, as well as having the shape of rays shining down.





Card base – Papermania
Corrugated cardboard – Papercraft Scandinavia
Glitter cardstock – three different brands, but unfortunately I don’t remember which
Rub-on sentiment – KaiserCraft (product no longer available)
Bling stars – Papermania