Jeg har brugt A christmas story som baggrund til dette kort, jeps julepapir :) Mange af papirene i Riddersholm juleserier egner sig fortrinligt året rundt. Det grønne papir er fra Bello Pastello, en lækker serie med bløde romantiske papir.
Jeg har standset 3 stk hjørne-dies ud og brugt dem som en bort, med en stribe Tim Holtz metal sticker. Jeg har brugt dies fra My Favorite Things og Papertry Ink
Så er der ikke længe til den sprit nye serie kommer
Today i will welcome Stine Schou Petersen to our Design Team. Some of you might know Stine as Sti and you can visit her blog here : http://sti-stis.blogspot.dk/ Sti is a REAL vintage girl and she can create ohhh the moust amazing things. She is trouly a fun girl to be with and I am so glad that she is joining us. Please welcome Sti :o)
This time, I have made a card in colors I love: Purple, lime and pink...this reminds me so much of spring!
I have the card-bace, paper from Chantilly Dawn, both sides and lime cardstock.
I have used different dies, from Memory Box and Spellbinders.
On the die and sticker-Hearts i have added som Martha Stewart glitter.
Flowers from Prima and Wild Orchid Crafts.
And a bit of twine and Swarowsky crystals to finish the card.
Hope you all have a nice week, and are enjoying the springtime :)
Spring has sprung around here...even though we had snow just the other day (true story). I can hear birds during the day and frogs at night so I know it is close at hand. I decided to get some Riddersholm goodies out and create something Springy for Mother's day. I went with a non-traditional color palette for this card. I used the check pattern from the new Our Country Christmas line and the black is from Huntington Gardens. Love red and black together! I added some sweet clouds, and the most ADORABLE birds and birdhouses chipboard pieces. I ran them through a Sizzix embossing folder (which worked so well) and than inked the edges a bit. Other than that a few bits and baubles and tea stained twill from Really Reasonable ribbon and I was done! Hope you enjoy! Cherry