torsdag 24 januari 2013

A card..

Hello!

Here comes a card that I have forgotten to show you.


I made a joyfold card and the image is from Lily of the vally, and I coloured it with Promarkers.
I used a green cardstock as base and the patterned paper is from Magnolia.





Thank you for visiting and be safe!

/ Jessica

lördag 12 januari 2013

A few boxes...

Hello!

Today I´m going to show you a few boxes I made. 2 are from Christmas and I is for todays birthday party for my dad. You can find the tutorial for the box here.

This first box is made with pink cardstock and the stamp is from Sugar Nellie. It was a gift for my neice. She loves dogs and on her wish list to santa was money to save for buying a dog.


I painted with my promarkers and some new flexmarkers. Added som glitter stickles and punched out a coiple of snowflakes with a Martha Stewart punch.


The next one is for my husband. We have a secret santa for the adult and everyone draw a name from a bowl to buy a christmas present to. This year I got my husband and I bought him a giftcard from a store he loves.


The stamp is a Vilda stamp that I bought last year. Of course I coloured it with promarkers and added a Magnolia fence and behind is a Martha Stewart punch-border punch. The sentement is something I did on the computer and added some snowflakes on.


This next one is a box I did today. I joined a facebook group not long ago called Promarker Paradise and I saw some tutorials by a lady called Kimberly. Loved how she coloured and you can find her tutorials here.

The specific tutorial on how she colour her teddybears, you can find it here. My dads birthday was a couple of days ago and today he has a little celebration. He wanted a giftcard from a clothesstore and I thought I should make a box for the giftcard to lay in.


It´s a Lily of the valley stamp and as usual I coloured it with promarkers. The stamps is from Whimsy stamps, cut out with matching dies.


 Behind the image i added a bubble punch border from EK Success.




Have a great weekend and be safe!

// Jessica