A card to make someones day!

On August 21, 2012 by Siri Fjortoft

I´ve been dipping deep into my 6″x6″ paper stacks and I love them! I´ve found a great way to store them (more to come), and it makes it so easy to use them :-) This card is my second entry to two challenge blogs. #33 over at Papirdokkene (monochromatic) and #18 over at Scrap-a-long (floral/flowers).



This is almost a clean and simple card. I wanted to play with my corner stamps from kaBoks and a scrap piece of paper. I stamped my corner image along a strip of paper rotating it 180º between each stamping. I then cut my strip into 3 banners and decorated them with some lovely lace and gorgeous resin flowers from Prima.


The sentiment stamps reads like this: “Never forget how much joy you share, how much support you give, how many smiles you bring forth and how many hearts you keep warm by being just who you are!”



TIP!     To get the perfect colored bling I went to my trusty Copic Sketch markers. Using my color chart I found the marker that matched my card perfectly. After that all I had to do was to color my crystal bling, cut it apart and stick them on!  You can use any alcohol markers and alcohol inks used like this :-)


3 Responses to “A card to make someones day!”

  • Linda

    Så lekkert kort! Stilig med vimplene og de revne kantene :) Flott farge

    Takk for at du scrapper med Papirdokkene

  • Denne var herlig.. og tusen tusen takk for tipset med å bruke tusjene på bling.. det har jeg faktisk aldri tenkt på før.. så den kommer jeg nok til å bruke mange mange mange ganger… Og en utrolig flott tekst…

    Tusen takk for at du deltar hos Scrap’a'Long denne runden og håper på å se deg igjen også på vår neste utfordring..

    Klem LindaSS

  • ET flott og stilrent kort du har laget. Morsom bruk av Copics.
    Takk for at du deltar i den monokromatiske utfordringen til Papirdokkene

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