For the first time ever, I participate in several card challenges with the same card. Usually I make one card for each challenge. So it was kind of an extra challenge to make a card suitable for three challenges.
First challenge is Color Throwdown #294:
Then we have CASE Study Challenge #193:
And third is Less is More #174, to use more than one stamp.
And here we go, the card!
Card base – Slöjd-Detaljer
Ivory cardstock – Slöjd-Detaljer
Flowers and leaves rubber stamps – Slöjd-Detaljer
Handwritten background and Hurra sentiment clear stamps – Slöjd-Detaljer
Ink pads – Distress Ink Tea Dye, Picked Raspberry, Evergreen Bough and VersaFine Onyx Black
Rhinestones – Reprint
…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:
I’m trying to make only Christmas cards for all challenges now, as I need them. The image of CASE Study Challenge #169 was quite a challenge to figure out how to incorporate that into a Christmas card. Until my mom wanted me to make a card for her friend, whose favorite colors are turquiouse, lime green, clear blue and purple. I could see the first three colors in the reference image, and just added a touch of purple on top of that.
A card for CASE Study’s latest challenge.
*CASE means “copy and steal everything”
Designer paper (including Christmas images) – old scraps, don’t know which brand
God Jul rubber stamp – Slöjd-Detaljer
This card was for the latest CASE Study Challenge, but I noticed just now that I missed the deadline. 🙁 Oh well, here we go anyway. It’s a birthday card for a friend of my mom, who loves angels.
Grattis (“Congratulations”) is a clear stamp I have designed. Scalloped edges is another stamp, don’t remember which brand.
Another challenge card, this time for CASE Study Challenge #143.
This card didn’t turn out at all as I had planned. Anyway… Text says “Just wanted to say…”, a rubber stamp from Kortmakaren. The feather symbolizes a feather pen in this card, a rubber stamp I designed for Reprint Artstamps several years ago.
Yesterday I made cards for several blog challenges. Unfortunately I forgot to post the ones for the challenges that had deadline yesterday, so I’m a bit late with those. Oh well, here we go with all of them:
Okay, I made two more challenge cards, and this time I didn’t miss the deadlines. 😉
First is my very first paticipation in a challenge at CASE Study:
And then a card for The Play Date Cafe, where the challenge was to make a black and white card with a splash of emerald green: