This card has been given to receiver for a long time ago so it´s time to publish it on here. The stamp is a Mo Manning design and a Penny Black rubber stamp. It´s quiet large so therefor the other embellishments are less prominent. I have used all Maja Design papers from the last collection, Vintage Basic Spring. The text stamp is from Stempelglede, it really goes with anything! All the colors I have used you can see in the end of the post.
onsdag 7. august 2013
We have had visits from the west in the world, our relatives in Canada. So my grandma asked if I could make a card for each of them. I was wondering for days how to do it, and I have liftet one of my best friends and greatest crafter I know, Elin over at Mypapermill. Her work is amazing, you should jump over and see. Anyway I used some of my Whiff of Joy stamps that has been laying around for a while. I made four easel cards so they can stand. Post stamps are from Bo Bunny and a stamp I bought in a shop in New York. The little medallions are from Tim Holtz. My favorites dies from Life style Craft and the plain is a Tim Holtz stamp. Colored them with my Copics, you can see the colors in the end of the post. The papers are from Pion.
To create a little texture in of the papers I have used a Cuttlebug embossing dies, it looks like a wire. I have also used a Martha Stewart punch to make the easel card stand.
So I am adding my card at the Whiff of Joy challenge for Summer fun. There is nothing more fun in the summer than travel.
torsdag 1. august 2013
We have an ongoing challenge at Papirplaneten. Challenge number 4 is to use glitter or paint. I have used some glitter on my flowers. A little bit hard to see because of the sun. I have used the Castle background from the Fairy Tale collection in 2010 and the Princess Tilda with a cotton dress from the Once upon a time collection 2013. All the papers are from the limited edition collection at Maja Design, "Sofiero". The text stamp is from Stempelglede. Flowers and pearls from IamRoses and Wild Orchids Craft. You can see the colors I have used in the end of the post.