Yes, you see them everywhere. But they are so nice and so simple to make. The tealightcard. On the club of Janneke was in november a challenge to make such a card. She had a link within the challenge how to make a tealightcard.
This cute little bear is Milton with stocking from Wildrosestudio. I coloured him using these Derwent coloursoftpencils
stocking: 430 - 130
The sentiment on the label is a oldie from Magnolia, the Christmascollection.
A very nice and simple gift. Please let me know what you think.
Quite a while ago I saw on Papirgelder.no a very nice way to wrap something delicious. It is what the Norwegians call "mappekort", a so to call briefcase-card.
It is a very simple card, easy and quikly made. So it doesn't take long before you can decorate.
Of course I used a stamp, this time this cuty from Hänglar & Stänglar.
t-shirt and socks: 390-380
block and bows: 050
And here are just some details. Check out Papirgleden and make such a card yourself. It's such a nice way to wrap up a nice gift in.
By the way, this was my contribution for the Derwent-challengeblog for the coming 2 weeks. Join in on the fun there also, OK?! You can win a nice package from me this time, all goodies from Kort og Godt from Norway.
A while ago I made this card for an aunt. She had her birthday and just loves cats. Thought this was just the card for her. I used 3 different designpapers from Marianne Design and this funny cat from Penny Black.
I used these Derwent coloursoft pencils to colour this kitty:
paws and butterflies: 180
clothes pins: 030
I gave the designpapers a little bit extra by sewing around the edges.
It was fun to use my sewingmachine again.
With dark blue I stamped the warm fuzzies right onto the designpaper.
Using some bit of paper, I decorated the backside and stamped my personal stamp onto it.
Well, what do you think of this naughty animal, laying in the laundry?
I want to present to you, my Halloween DT-card for the Derwent-challenging blog. We had to make a Halloween-card. This (not so) scary witch is, I think; the little sister of the little dwarf from earlier. I still not know their names....
With the sketch from Friday Sketchers on my desk, I made this card. I'm also participating with it in a compatition on clubs, the Scrap en Stempel club. I got this lovely Magnolia stamp from Lilian (thanks girl!). I think she is just lovely!!
For the sentiment I used a clear stamp which I bended on my acrylic block and then stamped.
Of course I coloured her with my Derwent coloursoft pencils.
dress and hat: 090-250
This frame is a die cut from Silhouette SD. Isn't it beautiful?! And with the new software, you can cut it even easier, faster and more precise.
A smaller version of the frame is used on the back of the card with my personal stamp in it.
I went through my old designpaper and found some pieces and bits that actually matched each other. For the sketch I used one, I found on the Scrap en Stempel-club. When I saw it I fell in love, I really like it a lot.
This sweet little dwarf I got from my mother. I have no idea what its name is, so if anybody knows, please tell me. Of course I coloured him in with my one and only box of Derwent coloursoft pencils.
cap and pants: 480
I stamped the sentiment with white ink, but I had to trace it with my white pen.
It's like the dwarf is saying hello to the bug, so there it is, a happy hello.
Some of the paper I distressed and some paper I left the way it was
I think this turned out to be a sweetie again. So if you too colour with Derwent coloursoft pencils, join the challenge! And of course visit my fellow DT-members for their beautiful cards and leave them a message as well.