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SteinkjerScrepp{a} 2017!

Today the sign-up for SteinkjerScrepp{a} 2017 was opened and again I'm sitting her nervous about getting a spot or not... I have never not gotten a spot since I send in my mail at 10 o'clock precisely... but you never know. And also earlier you could come just one of the three days aswell, not you HAVE to book for the entire weekend. So might be more difficult to get a spot.
 
But keeping my mind positiv and looking forward to a weekend away with wonderful women, a lot of creativity and inspiration and a refil of scrappbooking energy.
 
Although I need to go ahead and order some photo printed and make my LO-kits readdy for this year, I have actually used up most of the ones I made last time... and that was A LOT!   Just check them out HERE!!
 

For sale!

Now I have finally finished my card-stand that I made from scratch, and my cards are sold at the art-supply store I work at called MonaLiza. It's 5 different types of cards, you have normal 6x6" cards, 6x3" cards, some with different folding techniques, Kvikk-lunch cards (also fits kitkat I would believe) and a card-box that fits a 200g chocolate plate.
 
Just drop by and have a look. I also made to order, so if you need something special for a special occasion just send me a message.
 
I will post the tutorial I used on the card-stand later on, and some more detailed photos of it.  

Another chocolate card! 

After putting out my other chocolate cards on my blog a friend asked to buy one, so I made her a chocolate card that matched what she needed it for. Doesn't take that long, but it's a nice gift to give to someone to show that you appreciate them. And who doesn't like chocolate right? If you want to buy one, just contact me or drop by the store where I work, MonaLiza.

200g chocolate-card! 


 

 

 

 

 

 
I love making these chocolate cards, they are so sweet for birthdays when you wanna give money but don't just wanna put them in an envelope. And who doesn't like to get chocolate? Be serious guys, honestly.
 

 
And I also had to try out some of the new dies I got after christmas so good excuse. I love the dreamcatcher die from Marianne Design, I just need to experiment a bit more with it before I feel "safe" with it. The stars on the purple card is also from Marianne Design.
 

Tri-Fold-Shutter Card

After beeing bit-by-the-bug on cardmaking I've wanted to try out a bit of different cards and not just get stuck with the 6x6" cards I Always make.
 
So I found this Tri-Folder-Shutter card tutorial on Split Coast Stampers. They are super easy and so decorative. And you can make a lot of bases and just have them readdy for whenever you wanna make one!
 
These are the 3 I've just made!
 
I love all my new dies and stamps I bought with my christmas-money! 🎄💞

Next Level!

I truly love this embossing folder from We R Memory Keepers, and when you play around with something new and exciting you Can't just settle for one! And what is so great also is that it's in 6x6" / 15x15cm, so it covers my entire piece of paper. I made a few more in different colors.   I have to say my favorite is absolutely the yellow, green and pink one. I just love my pinks!
 
All made the same way, with taping around the edges with washitape, colouring in the square with Distress Inks from Tim Holtz and brushing over it with Magicals from Lindys Stamp Gang before embossing it and putting on a few diecuts from Papirdesign, and Memory Box Clean and Simple!

Challenge at Papirdesign.no

I've decided to join more challenges on blog this year, my goal in the scrapworld. <3 So this month at Paperdesign's Challenge it's Celebration! So a nice way to start up the new year with a birthday card I made.
 
I love these colors and the Next Level Embossing folder is my favorite off all the ones I have.
 

 
Dies by Memory Box and Papirdesign!