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fredag 10. september 2010

Tea light card with pink Tilda

At StampARTic they have a tutorial for a new kind of Tea light card. (New for me, anyway)...
The tutorial was so good, and explained every step so well that I didn't have any difficulties making the card :)
On the front of the card I've followed the theme for this weeks challenge at
Die Cut Dreams Christmas Club: "Christmas Tilda in Pink".
4 of the stamps are from Magnolia, the textstamp I really can't remember where I've got from :(
The motives are coloured with ProMarkes (mostly different pink colours...)
In the background I've used a paperdoily that I won in a challenge earlier this summer ( :D )
I've also used lots and lots of 3D-foampads to build up some of the elements.
Underneath the image I have an organza ribbon to tie
You may have guessed it already, but this goes to the challenge at
Inside the card there is a box that takes 6 tealights. The opening is on top of the box, and I have attatched a ribbon just to make sure it doesn't open (and for decoration, of course).
On the left inside I've made room for a tag, for a christmas greeting :)
Making a christmas card in pink was a new experience for me, and it was really fun too, moving a bit outside the comfort zone ;)

4 kommentarer:

  1. Oh! This is gorgeous. Thank you for joining us at Die cut Dreams Christmas Challenge.

  2. Ååå,så koselig dette kortet var:) Kjenner julefølelsen kommer krypende:)

  3. Ååå - så koselig julekort, Lisbeth! Syns det er så herlig med farger som ikke er så jule-tradisjonelle! :)
    Beundrer alle dere som er i gang med julekortene.... Kjempelurt.

    Tusen takk for koselig hilsen i bloggen min. Jeg setter så stor pris på det.

    Ha en strålende uke.
    Klem fra Kirsten

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