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. 🙂
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 😉 ).
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”.
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! 🙂
Today we have a new sketch at Kortskissen, and this is my take on it. I’ve used papers from my beloved Stamperia. The text stamp is from Slöjd-Detaljer, where you also can purchase the Stamperia papers.
For Kortskissen’s sketch #452 I made an Easter card in soft colors with two cute chickens. The chicken image is from a sheet of vintage Easter images from Slöjd-Detaljer. This exact sheet isn’t available anymore, but we have other Easter images that are new for this year.
I also submit my card to the following challenges:
It’s been a while again. Being sick plus work being really exhausting, I’ve completely forgot (!) to blog. So, a week late, here’s my card for Cardz 4 Guyz challenge #184 Snowman. My snowman is from a several years old designer paper. God Jul is from a clear stamp set by Slöjd-Detaljer.
Currently, I’m the worst design team member ever. I upload my cards to the blogs I design for, and then I forget to post about them in my own blog… 🙁 Tomorrow it’s time for a new challenge at l Through The Purple Haze, and not until today I get to post my card for the last challenge! I’ll be better from now on, I promise.
Challenge #137 at Through The Purple Haze was “Mostly white + one optional color”. My optional color was grey. The cute little snowman is a vintage image from Slöjd-Detaljer. Christmas Wishes is a peel off sticker.