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Green and red Christmas

A Christmas card for Merry Monday #169 – green, dark green and red, and for the sketch at The Paper Players #259. I’m absolutely not pleased with it, but being busy I won’t have time to make new cards for these challenges.



It’s hip to be square

To make a square card was this week’s challenge at The Paper Players. I like square. Not only the shape of the card, but… just using squares. I always think inside the box. I made a very clean and simple card, which isn’t a surprise to anybody. 😉 All supplies can be purchased at Slöjd-Detaljer.



Have a nice summer

When I started making this card, I wasn’t sure of the purpose. But after picking out paper suitable for both the sketch and the color theme the card is made for, I realized that with clouds and a butterly, a summer greeting was perfect for the card. The sentiment means “Have a nice summer” in English. So, the challenges I made the card for, are CAS(E) This Sketch #127 and The Paper Players #249.




Card base – Docrafts Anita’s
Dotted paper – Inkido
Cloud paper – Becky Higgins Honey Project Life card
Butterfly clear stamp – Verve Stamps
Sentiment clear stamp – My design for Slöjd-Detaljer
Magic mesh

A brown CAS wedding

The clean & simple continues. It seems like I hardly ever make any well decorated cards anymore. I guess clean & simple is my style. So, to match three different challenges, here’s a clean & simple wedding card.

At The Paper Players current challenge the theme is Wedded Bliss, and at clean&simple stamping the theme is Wedding. I combined these two with a sketch from Sketch Saturday, where the challenge is to use a past sketch. This is the sketch I chose:





Card base – Papercraft Scandinavia
White cardstock (for matting) – Slöjd-Detaljer
Vintage image – unknown, possibly Papercraft Scandinavia
Sentiment rubber stamp – unknown
Embossing ink pad – VersaMark
White embossing powder – Heindesigns
Chipboard heart – Reprint
White ink pad for coloring the heart – Memories
Pearls – Perlen Pen

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