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mandag 21. mars 2011

My first two christmascards in March

I had decided to make this months christmascard with Images from Sarah Kay, but when I started, I just HAD to use this image from Ladybug & Friends - I think it is so cute...
I've now finished the first two (out of three) for Hjerteboden's Juleblogg, and started the last (actually almost finished it...)
Here's the inside, with a little twist from the sketch used in front,
from Sukkersøtt's challenge #117.

Materials used:
DP from Imaginisce, and som leftovers
Imagestamp from Ladybug & Friends
Textstamps from Storyteller
Martha Stewart Snowflakepunch
Nellie's Multiframe
Inkpads: Adirondack Earthtones Espresso, Versacraft (for fabric), Ranger Holiday Vintage Scented Ink (it smells just like christmas!)

Now, finally(!) I've got my hands on this lovely image from Sarah Kay.
I think these little choirboys are so adorable - especially the little one in the back who has lost his paper...
This card is my second for Hjerteboden's Juleblogg, and I also enter Sketch Saturdays Challenge # 147 with it.
Inside of the card (shown the wrong way...)

Materials used:
DP: Papirdesign - "Kristtorn", Ladybug & Friends - "De beste ønsker", a few leftovers
Image: Sarah Kay
Text: Storyteller
Ink: Adirondack Earthtones Espresso, DistressInk Walnut Stain
ProMarkers, Le Plume
Spellbinders Labels Four

4 kommentarer:

  1. Herlige julekort, Lisbeth:O) Og skikkelig søtt motiv! Lekker løsning på skissen.
    Takk for at du deltar hos Sukkersött, lykke til!
    Klem, Nancy;O)

  2. Beautiful cards...lovely images,and a great take on the sketch....thanks for joining us this week at Sketch Saturday,

    Take care
    San x

  3. Flotte julekort, søtt motiv og fine farger.
    Takk for at du deltar hos Sukkersøtt.
    Klem fra Meretekj

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