Hi everyone :)
I have an easter card featuring some real cutie Maggies to show you today :)
Decided to make another tentcard tight away, they are so much fun and I like it that you still have a lot of space to embellish ;) Some fold doensn´t and I prefer the ones that do ;)
I´m aware there is still a long time til easter but I have had like a craving to do eastercards for a while now ;) I realized yesterday I unfortounately didn´t buy that many out of last years "Hoppy easter" collection and that is such a drag! I adore them and I guess my fascination has actually become even bigger than a year ago ;) Love that sentiment! Took lot´s of pics on this one, hope you bear with me ;) On the Tilda in egg stamp I used some "rock candy" cracklepaint so it really adds to the cracked apperance but I couldn´t photograph it as well as I had hoped..If I mention it, you might discover it ;) Some of you cuties in blogland has been wondering how a tentcard looks from the side and the last pic shows you ;)
Here in Sweden lot´s of kids has a break from school. That means I could take two days off from work :) I hope I feel like making a card tonight as well, have the feeling a cold is about to bless me though..that wouldn´t a great surprise since I was home with Signe so many days last week cause she had a fever and a cold. Waiting for my hubby to bring me some meds..
I´d like to enter this tent card over with the extremely talanted ladies at MDUC Challenges. They want us to distress our projects this week and as you know - I´m a big fan of that!
Papers: light yellow and light pink bazill basic cs, patterned papers from a paper pad called "Bunny Love" from Best creations Ink (bought it at the Maggie store in Borås this friday ;))
Stamps: Hello Tilda! and Bunny Tilda from Magnolia, sentiment also from Magnolia.
Embellies: bling from Magnolia, flowers from WOC and Magnolia, yellow brad and feathers from Stämpelgården, checkred and rose ribbon from Scraproom and the yellow ribbon is from Panduro.
Painted with distresser on 300 g watercolorpaper.