dinsdag 27 april 2010


For the Sweet Sketch Wednesday blog I made this card. It was very fun to do, with this great sketch. When I was in the Netherlands on vacation, I bought a stack of paper from Anna Griffin. It is beautiful and corresponding with each other. The cute magnoliagirl was coloured with my derwent pencils.

This flower I made with a Nestabillities die from Spellbinders. You can make all kind of different flowers with just one die, I love it!

For the sentiment I made a ticket, using the template from Mirabyll. It is very easy and you can custommade them just for you. By the way, you just have to check out her blog, there is a lot of fun stuff there!! Not just these tickets...

Because I found the red circle a little bit boring, I used my Fiskars templates in my Wizard from Spellbinders and made a beautiful swirl on it. Afterwards I sanded it, so the creme inner core came to the surface.

I decoraded the inside with the same sanded swirls and a nestiflower. 

Let me know what you think of this "Cute" card, OK?!
Thanks for your visit!!

dinsdag 20 april 2010

Are you in for a treat?

On Sweet Sketch Wednesday I found this sketch this week. I liked the round circles and found the perfect designpaper to go with it.

For the 3 little circles on the upper circle I didn't want to use the obvious, brads or droplets, so I took 3 beads from my daughters box with beads and I got permission to use them ;-) !

To stay with the round concept I used a little sunhat instead of the bow on the sketch.

This nice Hanglär & Stanglär girl is coloured with my derwent coloursoft pencils and the MCP technique.

When I was on vacation in the Netherlands, I (of course) visited a big scrapbookstore and bought a Martha Steward punch, which was perfect for this card.

And surely I had to decorate the inside as well with some more circles!!

It was nice to stay at one concept, circles this time and try to carry it out troughout the whole card.

Let me know what you think of this one too, OK?

zaterdag 17 april 2010

Nuts about you!

On the blog from Sweet Sketch Wednesday was a nice sketch. OK, I was too late to enter, but I used the sketch anyway. And on Scrappekammeret was a challenge to use the colours red, orange, yellow and green. I think that was a success!

With a green piece of tread I fastened this heart to the frame.

The text "nuts about you" is attached to the card with 2 flowerbrads.

Magnoliagirl is sitting on the frame and she is a little bit shy, don't you think?

The inside I decoraded with some strips of the designpaper.

And for my personal stamp I used the inside of the frame on the front.

It was very fun to use so many colours in just one card, but in fact the designpaper did it for me!
I think I met the challenge. What do you think?

woensdag 14 april 2010

Three little cows...

CPS-card Sketches had a very nice and different sketch at the beginning of April. And my mother had the perfect stamp for it. Isn't it a funny one, I just love it!!

The three ladies don't need so much with them, so according to the sketch, I just placed 3 brads on the left side. It's a clean and simple card, but so funny with those three little cows...

Two DWYTter-cards

DWYTter had a very nice sketch on which I could use my beautiful Ollyfantstamp of this dreamy boy.

I coloured the stamps with my Derwent coloursoft pencils using the MCP technique. And highlighted some with a white pen.

The inside I decoraded with some pieces of leftover designpaper.

I hope the dreamy boy who will get this card, will be happy with it. 

I adjusted Sketch 27 from DWYTter a little bit, to make it fit for my stamp.

What a sweet ladybug, isn't it?

I placed two buttons with some scrappersfloss on the card

When you open the front, you can read the text: "Gjør som sommerfuglen, finn de vakreste blomstene og spre glede", which means "Be as a butterfly, find the most beautiful flowers and spread joy"

Again I decoraded the inside, this time with a few flying butterflies.

Thanks for stopping by. Leave me a message, OK?

My first easelcard

Using sketch 64 from Friday Sketchers I made my first easelcard. 

To hold the card I cut out some flowers from the designpaper and placed them under two clear buttons.

I think I will make another easelcard sometimes, because this is so fun to do!!

What do you think? For a first one, it came out pretty well, I think!

dinsdag 13 april 2010

Two awards!

I'm such a lucky one! I have got two awards lately. Let's begin with the first one.

This one Lisbeth gave to me, thanks so very much, girl! Right back at ya!

(A blog with charm, so I've been told)

This second award I got from my girlfriend Linda, thank you, you're the best!!

The Gorgeous blog award is just to give through to others, 
but the blog with charm-award, there are some rules attached:

1. put the award on your blog
2. give it to 12 people
3. link it to whom you give it to
4. tell the once who get it, that they got it
5. tell who you got it from

I want to give these awards to:

and to every other crafter out there!!

And thanks again Lisbeth and Linda that you thought of me!!

A blog candy

I wanted to share with you a fantastic blog candy going on on Angeliques blog. She makes the greatest things and is no doubt an inspiration to many crafters. I don't know if your aware of it, but I colour my images with the softcolour pencils from Derwent, using the MCP technique. I already have 36 pencils in a beautiful box, but now you have the change to win a box with all 72 pencils. And I'm inn for the game to win this beauty!! So I will keep my fingers crossed. Here is the price to win:

dinsdag 6 april 2010

Bursdagsklem og hurra for deg!!

This birthdaycard I made for a couple of friends. They have their birthdays in a row. So a double card was nice to make. Because I used doublesided designpaper, the back of the card is also already decorated. 

I gave her a "bursdagsklem", a birthdayhug.....

.......... and him a "hurra for deg!", hurray for you.

To show them which side is for who, I put a girl magnolia on the left....

..... and a boy magnolia on the right. 

Let me know what you think, OK?

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