Now there’s a new challenge at Jul Hela Året (Christmas All Year) – to make a Christmas card in untraditional colors. I chose orange for my card.
Designer paper – unknown, old scrap
God Jul & Gott Nytt År rubber stamp – Skapa Hobby (no longer available)
Rhinestones – Kaisercraft
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 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.
My card for this week’s challenge at Jul Hela Året (Christmas All Year).
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
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’ve started a challenge blog for making Christmas cards all year. If you make one (or more) Christmas card a week during the entire year, you don’t have to panic in December when it’s time to mail the cards. You can find the blog at Jul Hela Året (the Swedish words for Christmas All Year). It’s all in Swedish, but it’s open for anyone anywhere in the world. Just use Google translater, which might cause some very odd and funny translations, but at least it would give you a clue what the current challenges are about.
Here’s my cards for all the challenges that’s been this far:
Rubber stamps: Kortmakaren
God Jul border clear stamp – Panduro Hobby (no longer available)
Ribbon – unknown