I have used three chocolate-wrapping-foils (from Anthon Bergh :)) Two of them are put behind the image on the front. I used an image from hÄnglar&stÄnglar. I have painted it like a ladybird because I fell in love with a card I saw in Ett Trykk (a Norwegian stamping-magazine) but I don't remember who made that card :(
Update: I have been told that it is Lena Kathrine Øien that made the card I am referring to, and you can find her beautiful creations in her blog here.
This is one of the folder-cards we were challenged to make some weeks ago in the same challenge-blog. I had to find a smart way to close it up after I hade finished it, so I ended up tyeing some scrappers-floss bits on each corner of the top flap. It doesn't look very smart, but it was the only solution I could come up with, with the supplies I had around me :) The text is a stamp from Else Irene Mehling (it translates "Enjoy your day!")
On the inside I have used a text stamp from Else Irene Mehling (it translates "Birthdays are meant to be enjoyed, Enjoy yourself!"), and a swirl scroll stamp from Stempelglede. I have put a chocolate in the folder :)
At the back I have punched out circles using cookie-cutter dice from QuicKutz. The biggest one is punched out of the last chocolate-wrapping-foil, and the smallest one in plain cardstock. I've stamped my personal stamp from Scrapmagasinet in the middle.
Last week I agreed with Karin Hoeve to join her in a challenge of reaching a personal goal in cardmaking. My goal is to make one Christmascard and one Birthdaycard each week. I reached my goal last week, and now I have finished the birthday-part for this week. That means only one more card to go this week :)
Have a nice day everybody visiting my blog! I would love it if you could leave some words behind before you rush off!!