Seen on Facebook – September 2022

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Here are some of the wonderful cards our readers shared with us on Facebook this month: An Asian inspired Easel Card, trendy Slimline Cards, Wedding Card with a little treat and a delightful Birthday Card in blue.

Easel Card for birthday made by Tove Synnøve
Type of Project: Card
Made by: Tove Synnøve Grongstad
Occasion: Birthday
Comment: This beautiful Easel Card is made by using a technique which is very popular in Scandinavia. By using Fuzzy Cutting Tove Synnøve has cut out different parts of a block of design paper. These parts she has put together in order to make a lovely scenary on a handmade card. The result is a card where the images and the colours match perfectly, and it has an Asian feeling to it. Nice work, Tove Synnøve!


Slimline Christmas Cards made by Linda
Type of Project: Card
Made by: Linda Landby
Occasion: Christmas
Comment: Linda’s Christmas Cards are made in the trendy “Slimline” form. And that suits these cards very well as they are made with frames like small film strips. The cute stamped images are perfectly coloured with Copic Markers and I love the small pearls which Linda has chosen to put randomly around the images.
Christmas Card with bulbs made by Annelie
Type of Project: Card
Made by: Annelie Kotarac
Occasion: Christmas
Comment: Annelie has put together an elegant Christmas Card in this September. The image of the card is three Christmas Bulbs in gold. Two of the bulbs has a snow crystal on them while the third bulb has a text saying it is Christmas time again. The ornaments Annelie has put on top of the bulbs givse them an elegant and nice touch!
Wedding Card with Love Hearts made by Unni
Type of Project: Card
Made by: Unni Beckstrøm Ravndal
Occasion: Wedding
Comment: This lovely Wedding Card is made by Unni in Norway. A fun detail is the box Unni has attached to the card. The box contains a pack of Love Hearts – very suitable for a wedding card! I love the whimsical style of this card together with the silver which gives it a touch of elegance.


Type of Project: Card
Made by: Gunn T Lande
Occasion: Baby Shower
Comment: How cute is this? A small kite card made for the little one. Gunn tells us that she made this card for a baby shower and the way she chose to decorate her card is just lovely. The card has a vintage feeling coming from the image, the letters forming the word “Baby” and the small roses in blue.
Type of Project: Card
Made by: Jorunn Andreassen
Occasion: General
Comment: Distress Oxides makes the most vibrant, wonderful colors and Jorunn’s card is just amazing. This card makes me miss summer already. I love the butterflies together with the small strips of text and letters. The hexagons makes a nice contrast to the rounded shapes of the butterfly wings. Stunning work, Jorunn!
Type of Project: Card
Made by: Gro Johannessen Lervik
Occasion: Birthday
Comment: I love the colours of this birthday card made by Gro in Norway. I think it is the black behind the blue circle which really makes this card stand out of the crowd and make it interesting. For anyone having challenges decorating cards for men this is inspiring. The card does not have many decorations on it, still it is just enough. I love it! Thanks for sharing, Gro!

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