The Swedish scrapbook store Scraphusetis hosting a challenge this month - a sketch - and I could not help myself... :) I made a layout with photos from Rome last year. Follow this link and join - you have until midnight today... ;)
Yesterday I posted a few cards on Pyssloteket's blog - cards made for and during a card class I taught some weeks ago. It's fun to see how different you can create from a template depending on choice of patterend papers etc. I love teaching classes like these - so much fun!!
Sometimes you have to challenge yourself and try new combinations, new papers, new patterns - this time I used Graphic45's collection Artisan Style together with stamps from Prima Marketing and embellishments and letter stickers from American Crafts. I just LOVE the big chalkboard letters!
This page is made for Hobbyworld and if you are curious about supplies, please feel welcome to visit us! :)
Yesterday's post in Pyssloteket's blog is a card from me - a yellow card with a Jeanette-touch to it. Yellow, stickers, stamps, stencils - many of the things I love to use when I create. I'm in love with the stitched dies from Lawn Fawn, and I'm equally in love with the dies from Memory box. Is there such a thing as being unfaithful when it comes to crafting...? ;) I love soooo many things I can't make up my mind as to what favourites I have. ;)
Hope your Easter is wonderful and that you get lots of time to spend with friends and family. I'm looking forward to a week off with crafting, exercising, resting and meeting up with friends.
Today's post is a center step card which I made for Hobbyworld - a fun card fold I had never tried before. How often do you try new things, new techniques, step out of your comfort zone? Have you done any of these lately? If not - do it! I challenge you! ;)
This month we want you to make a project using products from the bingo card my design team colleague Helén made for this month challenge. (I've posted both the Swedish and the English version here)
Choose a row from the bingo card you will base your project from, these products must be used on your project (you can use other products as well on your project if you want). Make a note what row you have chosen (for example across third row or down first row). You can make any kind of projectsfor this challenge. It's all up to you.
This is my creation - I've used the diagonal row from the top right to the bottom left and created a card: