måndag 18 juli 2011

Busy playing along...

Hi there!
Jepp! Like I said, I´ve been busy playing along with this weeks challenges over at 365 Cards.
I finally had a night to myself and felt my creativity going. And the result are these cards. Enjoy!


For day 137. A photograph, a vintage-style item and soft colors. ( I went for a rebel take on this one...regarding the photo I meen. )


Day 136. Sponging, scallops and stitching.

One more rebel take...about the stitching. Think I´m allergic to needles and thread ; )
I made my own mask by using 4 sheets of post-it notes and letting them thru my border punch before attaching them to my paper. Then adding different colors and some stamping. Love the result!


Day 135. Chipboard, patterned paper and fringe.

Ok, I have to confess...I don´t have a clue about what fringe meens...but I guess it´s a kind of thread or lace. Well, at least it is now, haha, since that´s what I used on my card! ; )

Super girly....! I embossed the chipboard with black powder at first and the second coating with red powder. Nice effect, where you still can see a little of the black!


Day 134. Buttons, ric-rac and pearls.

Tough one! I usually never use either buttons or ric-rac...
This card is made for a special purpose. I will give it to my son when he comes back from Vancouver. The sentiment reads "Welcome home".


Day 133. Lace, pins and glitter.

I went for plenty of lace...and a little less glitter. But you will find the glitter on the flowers.

Ok...that was all I had to show for now...my next blogpost will be up soon, with my take on the Sunday Sketch. So feel free to come back for more... ; )

Have a lovely week everyone...and thanks for looking!

// Sophia

4 kommentarer:

  1. Sophia, these are all gorgeous!! You have outdone yourself all across the board!

  2. Wow, your cards are amazing! Simply beautiful!

  3. You go girl!! Sorry I didn't get by earlier to comment but all of your creations for collage week are fabulous and I especially like you Wednesday card! I think your take on fringe is great but here's a definition I found on-line..."a decorative border of thread, cord, or the like, usually hanging loosely from a raveled edge or separate strip". :)

    Keep those awesome creations coming!

    Aloha, Kim Mc
    365 Cards DT

  4. I think it's wonderful that you played along on all these challenges, Sophia - and such gorgeous work, too!!