I have created a few layouts and other things for Magdas Scrapfever - this layout is one of them:
The challenge for this was to get inspired by a photograph of a beautiful bouquet of flowers in white and orange, placed in a big watering can. I chose to be inspired by the colours, so I made this layout in white, orange, and green.
The skies are grey today, and a little bit of snow is falling from the sky. It has been very windy, so I don't want to go out if I don't have to. And I don't, because I'm at home with Kajsa who's still not entirely well after having a high temperature this weekend. We're just taking it easy, watching cartoons/films and having homemade cinnamon rolls. ;)
Before Halloween - I know I'm a bit late showing you this - I made two mini cards:
I made them small and simple - just coloured the stamps with Copics and used mini alpha stickers for the sentiments. These cards were made using stamps from Kraftin' Kimmie - you can find them in Brunkullan Scrap & Cards web shop!
Blue and brown Christmas cards - I think I'm stuck!! :D I just love the clean feeling, even though I like the traditional colours as well.
This one is made using the gorgeous embossing powder "Frost" from Inkido, and distress ink Tumbled Glass. I've also used my new border die from Magnolia called "Old Swedish Lace". Very appropriate. :) I don't know the maker of the bling swirl, but the sweet blue gardenia flower I've bought from Cards of Maria. I LOVE these flowers - have to buy more, I think... ;)
There is a new challenge over at CSD - Candy Shoppe Designs - and you don't want to miss it!!! Hop on over there to check the instructions on how to enter!
This is of course my take on the challenge - and those of you who know me well know that this belongs to my pre-maternity period, before Kajsa was born - now I'm not as big of a party animal as I used to be.
The picture is taken in Nottingham in 1998 - if I remember correctly it was during the Easter party, and I'm singing Y.M.C.A. - can you tell? Also, check out how my cuffs and my collar matches the animal print on the patterned paper. Isn't that clever...? ;)