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Christmas dog :)

Sunday again...time really flies this time of the year. I hope your weekend has been just a great as ours.
 I have to post my card and leave some comments before I leave my craftroom and enjoy the home made chili made by my husband:)
A few months ago I bought a paper pad of Tilda "Chirstmas Play" And although I tend to not use the papers I love ( I am an expert in hoarding papers) I decided to make another card with this paper pad.
I did use some colors of this weeks'challenge at the  City Crafters Challenge but I did not submit a tree. I still don't know why....I just did not get a good idea where and how to put a tree. I can not enter this card for the challenge but I am pleased how this card turned out so here it is:
Here is the dog:)

And here is my card:

Till soon!

Papers: Tilda "Chirstmas Play", kraft cardstock Holly stamp (Action) Border Punch from Sostere Grene (a fab new Danish shop here in town...) Distress ink "Pumice Stone&quo…

Polar blue; perfect for Christmas

A few months ago I posted a photo of closet in our living room which I painted in polar blue:

A perfect color inspiration for a Christmas card....
I made a card with papers from a Tilda paper pad called "Chirstmas Play" The snowflake on top left is a piece of a ribbon of May Arts and that cute button is from my stash Here is a peek:

And this is my card:

Till soon! Stella

CCCB 134 "Stars and sparkles"

I am just in time to submit a card for this weeks' challenge at the City Crafter Challenge Blog This week we're supposed to use stars and sparkles on your project. Glitter, bling; whatever you love!
I made a card with shades of grey, neutrals and black. And some bling...
Here is my card:

That deer is one of my faves to use for Christmas cards.....

Have a great evening! Stella

Dutch Card Lovers 162 and City Crafters Challenge 133

After almost two months without a blog post this is my second post for today. And the last one because my study books are waiting for me:)
I want to submit a card for this weeks challenge at the Dutch Card Lovers challenge. You are supposed to use ribbon on your cards. I made a card with papers I had for ages and the mix of gingham, flowers and polka dots is a favorite :) This is also my second card for this weeks' challenge at the City Crafters Challenge Blog. You're supposed to use three patterned papers and one piece of solid cardstock
Here is my card:

Not much ribbon but I am pleaed with the finishing touch on this card....
Hope to be back soon (not today :)...!)

City Crafter Challenge 133

It has been a while since I posted ; I hope you are all well!
Last week I was able to squeeze in a bit of time for leaving comments and now I am getting back to a little bit of cardmaking. Daily life and studying is taking a lot of my time but I really wanted to start making cards again. Time management is important :)
I had to join this weeks' challenge at the City Crafters Challenge Blog  We're supposed to use 3 different patterned papers and 1 solid (cardstock) paper.  And since my time is limited this chalenge is perfect for me!
I made a card with papers from October Afternoon "Woodland Park".I love the mix of patterns and colors and had so much fun to be back to - a bit of -  cardmaking. I hope to spend more time blogging and cardmaking besides studying.
Here is my card:

Three  papers and bit of plain cardstock for the tag. A bit of twine and a button; easy peasy!
Enjoy your day! Stella