WOW! I like this being off work thing ;) My craft mojo is raising high and I can´t wait to get it on again tonight ;) He,he,he!
My hubby called me yesterday asking if I could make two cards for his coworker, her name is Jeanette. Of course I can I said...then hubby informed me it is for two very special occasions, one wedding and one baptism. YAY! And...they had to be finished by thursday! That is quick knowing I can only create on the evenings or well..when my little sunshine has gone to bed ♥ ;) And for two that special occasions. A "regular" card takes like two evenings for me (one for inking and one for putting it all togheter, but then an evening is between 19.30 and 22 for me. What can I say, sleep is important for me and my functioning and my sunshine is always bright and shiny early ;)) But I couldn´t pass on this opportunity, I love to help people out making somebodys day extra special ;)
I thought long and hard about this weddingcard, I wanted something special and I felt like trying out a new fold. Then I came to think off the splendid lady named Dena whom posted a lovely tutorial on her blog some time ago about how to make a Present card. I was so amazed by her beauiful card and wanted to make my own right away! So now I have tried it out :) Thank´s for a stunning tutorial hunny! ♥
I feel satisfied, now I´m hoping Jeanette will be too :)
Thank you for visiting me today and for all your sweet, sweet words, the mean a lot to me :)
I´m entering this card at the current challenge over at Just Magnolia. They have a theme called Love is this week. The dt´s has made some pretty amazing projects for us all to inspire from.
Papers: peach and baby blue bazill basic cs, patterned papers from Graphic 45 "Baby and Bride" collection.
Stamps: from Magnolia Wedding collection.
Tools: nesties circles and scalloped circles, heart and scalloped heart from Spellbinder, TH Distresser tool, all edges are sewed.
Embellies: flowers from Magnolia, Papirloftet and WOC, ribbons from Panduro, tulle from Papirloftet, bling from Magnolia and pearls from Pema, charm from JP Hobby, alphabet stickers from Making memories.
I have painted with distresser on 300 g watercolorpaper.