LLLC: Thank You

For my La-La Land Crafts project this week I’ve made a tag. The theme we got to work with this time around was thank you and I think a tag was very suitable as it’s nice to have a tag to go with a small present to say thank you. You can find all the LLLC products listed below the photo.


Stamps:
Happy Day
Best Mates clear stamp

Dies:
Long Flags
Mini Butterflies</a
Stitched Nested Circles
Stitched Pennants
Hello Tag

Copics: V000, V91, V93, V95, Y000, Y11, Y13, Y17, Y19, W1, W3, W5, RV52, RV55, RV66, YG61, YG63

Wryn – Just a note

It is November already! Yikes! Time is flying super fast it feels like and I’m struggling to keep up! Anyway, new month means new Tiddly Inks challenge on the challenge blog! The theme this month is Divine Dimension!

Ok, so this was a bit of a struggle for me. I think I’ve simply been making too many CAS cards as of late, because it certainly felt like I wasn’t able to think of anything remotely useful! I did however end up making a shaker card in a darker green colour with a dusty pink to go with. I must say, I do really quite like this combination and I’m very pleased with how it all turned out in the end! The stamp I went with this time around is Wryn – Just a note.

The chipboards are by Make it Crafty, which I coloured up with Copics as well, papers are by Papirdesign and Maja Design. The frame die and the butterflies are La-La Land Crafts.

Here you can see the card laying down flat with the pearls in the shaker area more spread out and how various layers have some dimension to them.

Copics used: (skin) E000, E00, E02, E13, E15, (hair) E08, E18, E19, E97, (dress) G21, G40, G82, (note) V000, V91, V93, V95 + white pen

Huldra snowman

I got invited to a crafting retreat this autumn quite last minute and this is one of the cards I made there. One of the other ladies there inspired this card as she’d made a beautiful mosaic background with leftover green papers. I simply had to lift the idea and made a card of my own with the same technique. I really quite like it!

Helt i siste liten fikk jeg en invitasjon til Hønetreffet som arrangeres årlig på Hønefoss, og jeg takket selvfølgelig ja! En produktiv halvannen dag var resultatet, og der ble jeg også spesielt inspirert av et kort som en annen treffdeltager (arrangøren) lagde. Hennes var grønt, med restepapir, mens jeg gikk for mine vanlige vinterfarger.  Jeg hadde jo ikke brukt noe som helst papir så langt, så da var det å skjære av striper på nye ark, og jeg er kjempefornøyd med resultatet, så det kan fort komme flere kort med mosaikkbakgrunn fra meg!

The papers are by Maja Design and Papirdesign, and the stamps are both from Huldra Designstudio. I love the sentiment. It reads: A snowflake is the butterfly of winter.

Begge stemplene er fra Huldra Designstudio og jeg synes tekststempelet er veldig fint! The papers are from Maja Design og Papirdesign.

Copics used: B91, B93, B95, B97, C1, C3, C5, R00, R20, E71, E74, E77

LLLC: A halloween/autumn tag

It’s Friday again already! That means it’s time for a new La-La Land Crafts project! This time I’ve made a tag. I’ve used various products from the new release and you can find everything linked below the photo. I’ve coloured in the cute stamps with Copics, as usual, and stuck with very typically autumn colours: yellow, orange, red, green and brown. A super fun tag to make, actually. So I think I will be making more tags soon!

Stamps:
Happy Boo to You clear stamp
Trick or Sweets clear stamp

Dies:
Filigree Leaves
Boo
Haunted Hill border
Ghosts
Hello tag

Copics used: (purple) C9, V9, V12, V15, V17, (green) YG13, YG63, YG67, (skin) E000, E00, E02, E13, E15, (black) C3, C5, C7, C9, (orange) Y19, Y38, E08, E97

Konfirmasjonskort

I have made a confirmation card for a boy. I opted out of using a coloured image this time around and instead I went with one of the prints from Maja Design. All the background papers are also Maja Design. I used some blue and white twine, a guitar charm from Kort og Godt and some chipboard stars by Papirdesign that matched the colours rather well. The inside was decorated with a pocket for money or a gift certificate on one side and a space for writing on the other side.