This is one of the christmascards and -projects I've been working on the last week.
The sketch for this card is from Sketchy Colers latest challenge.
Seeing the sketch I knew I wanted to use it to make a card with some extra folds, for extra greetings :)
To open the card you have to untie the white ribbon, then it's just to start to open up and read (pictures below). The bottomflap has a magnetclosing too.
I've used papers from Papirdesign and 3ndy Papir. The basecard and greetingpanels are Kraftcardstock.
All edges are inked with DistressInk WalnutStain.
The image is one of the new Magnolias I got for my birthday (I love Hjertebodens wishlist-function :D)
Tripping Tilda here is coloured with Pro- and FlexMarkers.
Behind Tilda I tucked in some cheesecloth.
The doily behind Tilda is made with a Nellie's Multiframes-die.
The Pearlstrings, swirls and poinsettia in the corner are all from Kort & Godt.
On the "bottom"fold I used Martha Stewarts Eyelet Lace punch (from a PATP-set).
The greetingpanels are made with a big scalloped punch fromMarvy Uchida.
The next two pictures show the card opened:
I'll send this card to these challenges:
Sketchy Colors #137 - Sketch
Midweek Magnolias #35 - Anything Goes
Marvelous Magnolias #1 - Anything Goes
Magnolia-licious Highlites - Something Hidden (hidden greetingpanel behind the image)
Just Keep On Creating - Christmas Is Around The Corner
Stampin' For The Weekend #20 - Anything Goes
Corrosive Challenge #161 - Know When To Fold 'Em
Through The CraftRoomdoor #42 - Anything Goes
Party Time Tuesdays #92 - Anything Goes
NSHK #64 - Mer enn to bretter (More than two folds)
The Crafty Pad #194 - Christmas Is Coming
Card and Scrap #42 - Lav Et Julekort (Make a Christmascard)
Paper Crafting Journey - Ribbon or Twine
Crafty Hazelnuts Christmas Challenge #97 - At least three different patterned papers
Thanks a lot for spending a little time with me, I appreciate it a lot :)