Each month we nominates a paper project for “The Project of the Year” in TPC Magazine. At the end of the year, we will have nominated twelve monthly projects, one of which will be elected, by TPC’s readers, as “Paper Project of the Year 2023”. Today we have the pleasure of presenting the nominated project in June.
The nominated paper project in June is a wonderful card made by Ulrika in Sweden. The reason for choosing Ulrika’s project is:
Ulrika makes absolutely incredible stage projects with, among other things, Lawn Fawns stamps, fun detailed and always very well made.
Description of the project?
The card is a birthday card for a lady who turns 75 years old.
How is the project created?
I have built a scene with many different details. To get a depth in the card, I have worked with 3d pads.
Size of the project?
The card is in Slimline format with dimensions approximately 11x21cm.
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What kind of materials are used?
For my card I used:
Lawn Fawn Slimline Grassy Hillside Borders
Lawn Fawn Slimline Cloudy Stencils
Lawn Fawn Apple-Solutely Awesome
Lawn Fawn Berry Special
Lawn Fawn Hove Five
Lawn Fawn Gleeful Gardens
Lawn Fawn A Creature Was Stirring
Lawn Fawn Just Add Glitter
Lawn Fawn Tea-rrific Day
Lawn Fawn Tea-rrific Day Add On
Lawn Fawn Unicorn Picnic
Lawn Fawn Fishtail Banner Borders Copic Markers, Cardstock, Basic Gray Stickers, Rox Stamps slimline die, Distress Ink, 3d pads.
How long did it take to create the project?
It took about 10 hours to make the card.
What inspired you to create this?
I got inspiration for the card from the birthday child’s interests which are baking, growing fruit and berries and then making jam. I wanted to create a scene with many details that convey a festive mood!
Address to any blog/website?
My blog Lillblomman skapar has been dormant for a couple of years now, but there is a lot of inspiration there. On my Instagram account @ulrikablomfelt you can find everything I create. I always try to write a materials list so you can see what I used.
If you want to vote for the Paper Project of the Month – June as “Paper Project of the Year 2023”, you will have the opportunity to do so from December 31st. 2023 to January 31st. 2024. On 7 February 2024, we will reveal which of the twelve paper projects received the most votes and therefore is “The Project of the Year 2023”.
This post is published by TPC Magazine.