Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Christmas and marriage card

Really wanted to put some time on this card, but had to get it done at work today. So no cool colors and nice paper. 😅

It's for one of my best friends that will go to Hawaii for a month to run the marathon, celebraring christmas & new years AND getting married! 

I thought the cute mouse from Gerda Steiner would be great to use, and also it was available at work. So I mirrored one of the images and made it darker (more male), and then colored them with the pens we had at work. And I tried to be a bit humoristic with the greeting. 🙂


Saturday, September 30, 2017

Sweet tooth challenge


I discovered Gerda Steiner sweet stamps recently, so I thought I should join this months challenge. :-)

I got inspiration from this blog entry to make a diagonal border, but wanted it to match the mouse that was the "main attraction". So I made a border of baking tools
 in light grey in Photoshop, and added the mouse in black. I then printed it on aquarelle paper.

I colored with my zigs that hasn't been used for a while, but they unfortunatly made the ink bleed, so I couldn't use as much water as I wanted. I then fuzzy cut the outer part of the border.  

When folding the paper I accendently got some small stains on it, so I covered those up with some hearts. I also stamped a sentiment on the rolling pin. 
Here is the finished card! TFL! :-)

Monday, March 20, 2017

Baby book

I wanted to create a baby book for a friend who recently got her son, and I had a cardboard kind of book in the shape of a dinosaur (which I bought when my girls were little but never used). 

So I wanted to make a book with lots of colors, and that had pictures and words of ordinary objects on the pages (bilderbok in Swedish). I choose the colors from my acrylic paints, and on some I stamped the images and on others I drew. Some of them also got some more decorations, like background objects etc. Finally I added a layer of decoupage varnish to protect the pages. 
My oldest daughter also got to do one page (the elephant). 

Here are all the pages layed out. Thanks for looking! :-)