Here's another folded card, the idea comes from Kristina Werner's latest Friday Focus. She's such an inspiration! I used papers from Echo Park's "Summer Days" again and their "Dots and Stripes" 6x6 paper pads. Circular clear stamp from Martha Stewart, "Doilies", and a Swedish sentiment stamp, Carpe Diem.
I thought it would make a great card for a package of homemade cookies that I planned to give away.
Here comes another card with inspiration from Kristina Werner, I wish I had a small portion of her creativity. I'm amazed every time I visit her blog! Anyway, this is my take of a card she made a while ago. The sentiment says, "You're the best in the world!". My stamping skills aren't the best obviously as I managed to press a bit to much on the left side of the journaling line stamp I used.
The patterned papers comes from Echo Park, Dots & Stripes, from both Candy Shoppe Collection and Metropolitan Collection. I can really recommend these 6x6 paper pads, they're great basic papers for card making.
The sentiment is stamped with Versamark Ink and then embossed with white embossing powder.
With inspiration from Kristina Werner and one of her new fabulous Friday Focus videos, I made a Birthday card today, it didn't really turn out the way I imagined though. I wanted to use my "Summer Days" 6x6 paper pad from Echo Park but lacked in coordinating cardstock so the result was a bit too many colors, I think.
The tiny bumblebee that locks the card is cute though, it's a brad from Doodlebug Designs. The striped yellow paper comes from"Dots and Stripes" Candy shoppe collection 6x6 paper pad by Echo Park and the pink in the back is by Crate (Pink plum collection).