Christmas Countdown

tirsdag 1. mars 2011

Foldercard

Sometimes we are lucky enough to be told what someone wants for their birthdays, and sometimes some kids even feel free enough (mostly when their parents aren't around...) to tell that it is money they wants, to buy something themselves - isn't that wonderful!
The other day we had a girl visiting, who said just that, so I've made a Foldercard, where we can put money, for her :)

I'll put the card into these challenges:
Friday Sketchers : Sketch # 143
Stamp Something : Something with Flowers
Stamptacular Sunday Challenge : #100, You've been Framed
Wild Orchid Challenge : Anything Goes

The inside of the card, with a little greeting - only to sign by the giver...
(that is a wish by the giver, whos maininterest isn't writing - LOL)

Close-up of the image.
Isn't she just adorable, with flowers in her hair, a bird in her hand and a kitten by her side - I think she is my new favourite.
I still haven't decided if I shall put beads around the frame...

Material list
Size : 14X14 cm
Ink : Adirondack Earthtones Espresso, VersaCraft Real Black (for fabric)
Stamps : Ladybug and Friends, Textstamp from Kort&Godt,
Textstamp from Bentley Bear (free with a magazine)
Paper : Bazzill Cardstock, BasicGrey Two Scoops Very Berry Sundae, Scrapbour Calambour
Other : Martha Stewart corner- and edgepunches, NellieSnellen Nellie's Multiframes
Techniques: Image coloured with ProMarkers, Cardfolding,
Other stuff : Flowers Prima Botanical Mix English Garden, Ribbons, Brads,
Gluedots Hook&Loop (to close the card)

4 kommentarer:

  1. Ooohh.. Fine, fine pusekatten... *smelt*
    Og selvfølgelig fine kortet, men det trenger jeg nesten ikke si..

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  2. this is so sweet, what a fantastic creation, thankyou for joining us @ friday sketchers. hugs rachxx

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  3. so sweet tender floder card!!
    thanks for playing with us at stamptacular sunday this week
    hugs
    céline

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