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Updated: 2018-02-24T12:17:15.597+01:00


Feeling Sketchy sketch #187


It's time for a new sketch at Feeling Sketchy.I made a birthday card:Here is the sketch #187:Our sponzor for this challenge is:DigiStamps4JoyThe prize for winner:  $10 worth of digis from StoreI've used the image Vintage Dress 1, and colored it with Prisma Color Pencils. I found the papers first and colored the dress in light colors to fit the papers.Here is a closeup on the flowercluster on the right side of the card.The textstamp says "Happy Birthday". You have until February 28. to make a card with this sketch. Welcome to join us at Feeling Sektchy.[...]

Feeling Sketchy sketch #186


Hello,it's February 1.That's means we are having a new sketch up at Feeling Sketchy.Here is my take on the sketch:And here is the sketch, made by Bev:Our sponsor in February are Sasayaki Glitter Digital Stamps, and you find the Etsy shop here.The winner will get 1 (non-coloured) digi.  I've used the image Bithday Elly, a really cute elephant coming towards us with a birthdaycake.I've colored it with Prisma color pencils.I've used only one pattern paper for this card. It's a lovely blue paper from Scrapberry with some flowers on the blue background on one side and a rose pattern in blue on white on the other side.I cut of the flowers to make a panel, and since I wanted it to stand out I matted it with cardstock.I cut a patterned straw in two and used as embellishment together with a little flower I put together from my flowercollection.[...]

Morro Bay


I've made a 2-page layout with photos from our vacation in California last November. Here we visited Morro Bay at the coast.It was windy, but good weather this day.We walked by the beach and as we came down we saw a lady standing there painting.I've used cardstock with bling, so it shines very nice.The pattern papers on top are torn and the other are fussy cut.The pattern papers are from 49 & Market.I've scatterned some halfpearls around the pages.I participate in the following challenges:ARTastic Challenge Blog - January 2018 - Inspiration photo and use vacation photosScrappiness: Utfordring 1 - 2018 - Noe gammelt og noe nytt - har brukt mitt eldste store alfabet, Finale, til overskriften, mens kartong, mønsterark og pynt er nyinnkjøptI've used the January double page sketch at Stick it Down:    I submit this at Stick it Down just for fun, since I just stepped down from the DT.[...]

Feeling Sketchy sketch # 185


It's time for a new sketch at Feeling Sketchy.Here is my take on it:And here is the sketch:Our sponsor this month is A day for Daisies.The prize for winner:  $12 A Day for Daisies gift certificate.I have used the digistamp A Special Gift for my card.I colored it with distress ink using a waterbrush.On the background paper I used distress ink over a stencil.Here are some closeups on that and the flowers I used as embellishments.The flowers were made using a die from Spellbinder, distressink, halfperl and combining that with some holly leafs from a Martha Stuart punch.[...]

Oceanside Pier


My first layout in 2018 was made yesterday and is a layout with photos taken on the pier in Oceanside, CA, in November 2016.

I've used papers from 45 & Market, which I got only a few days ago and a beautiful blue cardstock from Core'dinations.

I found some Prima chipboards in my stash and thought this one would be fine to put the title on.

I also found some cheeseloth which I had already colored and I loved how it looked with these photos.

The layout is based on the January 1st sketch from Let's Get Sketchy.


I rotated it 90 degrees to the left to fit my photos.

Feeling Sketchy sketch #184


Happy New Year!What's better to start a new year with than a new card sketch at Feeling Sketchy?I have made a Christmas card using our first sketch for 2018.Here is the sketch, made by Bev CodeOur sponsor this month is A day for Daisies.The prize for winner:  $12 A Day for Daisies gift certificate.I have used the digistamp Gentle Baby for my card. I colored it with distress inks, using a water brush. Since a printed the stamp on a inkjet printer I had to be very careful with the lines and not use too much water.Here is another closeup on the embellishments. I have used two different dies and a punch to get this flowercluster.I used a textstamp saying "A child is born in Betlehem".[...]

2 tett i tett


2 close to each other.

I took this photo when we visited Sequoia National Park in November this year. The two big sequoia trees leaned against each other as they raged to the sky.

These threes are so big and so old, many of them are more than 1000 years old. It is great to see, and we people are so small compared with them.

My layout is based on Desember 1. sketch from Lets Get Sketchy:


I rotated it 90 degrees to the left to fit my photo.

Feeling Sketchy sketch #183


It's time for a new sketch at Feeling Sketchy.

Here is my take on it.

And here is the sketch:


I colored the digistamp BBrat boy balloon sitter from our sponsor Bugaboo stamps with Prisma Color Pencils, to make this bright birthday card for a boy who will soon be two years old.


How to?


Are you making double page layouts?Are you having trouble presenting them on a blog or instagram?It isn't just easy to get great photos of double page layouts.I will share with you how I do it.I usually take a photo of my double page layouts with my camera (of course you can use a mobilephone or ipad or so).To get a good photo of the layout there are a few things to remember:1. Use a white background.2. You need good light, daylight is to prefer, but not right in the sun.3. You got to take the photo as straight as possible, eighter by having the layout on the floor or by hanging it on the wall.I put the layout on a white cardboard on the floor, somewhere were the light is good. It can look like this. In winter the daylight are very limited here, so I often take my photos with the door open to get the most out of the light (outside is often too cold and some snow):This time I also took photos of one page at a time:I take the photo as straight as I can, standing over the layout. This is how my photo of my layout looked:I use the free program PhotoScape, which can be loaded down from here: can use any program you want to edit the photo in.In Photoscape you can put two or more photos together, so it is easy to take one photo of each side of your double page and put it together after editing them both.After I have edited it looked like this:And this was the result of the two photos put together:Here is how I use it to edit my photo in Photoscape:1.      I open my photo in the Edit modus.2.      I crop the photo, so it’s just the layout plus some paper around.3.      If necessary I rotate it and straighten it up.4.      Then I crop it again, so just the layout shows.5.      It’s time to adjust color and lightening. I’m no expert, so I just try different thing until I’m satisfied.6.      Resize the photo. I usually rezise to 1280 x 640 (1280 x 1280 if it’s a single page).7.      SaveHow to put two layout pages side by side in Photoscape:1.      Open the Combine modus2.      Select Horizontal3.      Select photo one and then photo two (you can change the order up where ou can see the two small photo icons.4.      SaveInstagramOn Instagram you can now put in a photo that is not a square with all four sides the same.Open your photo in Instgram an resize it til you can see it all, then you will have a rectangular photo showing off your double page layout.If you have any questions about this, please ask.[...]

Golden Gate Bridge


It's time for more inspiration on the double page sketch at Stick it Down.Here is my take on it:Here is the sketch: As you can see, I choose to stick pretty close to it. I used only white cardstock and made my own background using gesso, stensils, stamps and mists (Starburst and Moon Shadow sprays from Lindy's Stamp Gang).I printed one photo in a heart form, and sewed it to the background.I used two chipboards which I colored with embossingpowder.I cut up a wood veneer and used the four pieces around the two pages.For my title I used thickers and tiny alpha stickers. Here is the other chipboard, and more of the wood veneer.Another closeup on the background.This month I have also done a "How to" on taking photos of double page layouts for publishing on blogs and other places. You will find it in my next blogpost.[...]

Feeling Sketchy, sketch # 182


It's Desember and time for a new sketch at Feeling Sketchy.

I've made a Birthday card for our oldest grandchild, who will be 2 this month. I love this girl with balloons, chibi balloons, from Bugaboo Stamps, our sponsor this month. I have colored the image with Prisma color pencils.

Here is our sketch:


Come and join us, you have until December 14th to load up your take on the sketch in the Feeling Sketchy Challenge blog and be able to win a $ 12.00 coupon code at Bugaboo Stamps.

Feeling Sketchy - sketch #181


It's time for a new sketch at Feeling Sketchy.

Here is my take on it:

And here is the sketch:

Our sponsor is Sheep Ski Design


I've used the digistamp Baby Feet and colored with Prisma Color Pencils.

Here is a closeup of the flowercluster:

LA Chinatown


It's time for more inspiration from the double page team at Stick it Down.Here is my take on the sketch:And here is the sketch:I liked working with this sketch and had a fun time finding all the cut off strips from patterned papers, the ones with the brand and name on one side and a pattern on the other. I always cut these off and save them. They seldom get used, so I have a lot of them.So fun to get to use them.I cut them off in different lenght and glued them down on the cardstock.My photos where a bit larger than on the sketch so I put four on the left side and two on the right side.For embellish I used micro beads in two different colors on some places on the layout.I put a clock and a tab with date down in the left corner.Down on the strip at the edge I glued three large glass beads, and did the same on the top of the strip on the right side.Some embellishments in the right down corner.I used glue to seal the alphatiles and put some micro beads there too.[...]

Feeling Sketchy - sketch #180


It's November and we have a new sketch for you over at Feeling Sketchy.Here is my take on the sketch;Here is the sketch:Our sponsor is SheepSki DesignsI've used the digistamp Baby Feet, and colored it with Prisma Color Pencils.The textstamp says "Welcome to the world" and are from Kort & Godt.I used fllowers and leaves over and under the image. The frame are made with Spellbinder dies.Come and play with us at Feeling Sketchy. You have until November 14th to take part with this sketch.[...]

Lappeteknikk - to vesker


I tillegg til scrapping har jeg de siste par årene også sydd en del lappeteknikk.

I våres sydde jeg to vesker etter et mønster på YouTube hos Missouri Star Quilt Co, kalt Tumbler Bag.

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Jeg hadde en pakke med charms (5 x 5 inch firkanter) og fant ut at jeg ville prøve å lage en slik. Siden jeg ikke hadde vatt med lim på så brukte jeg det jeg hadde og det var platevatt. Valgte å bruke det bare på utsiden av veska og ikke på foret. Quiltet langs de rette sømmene, og litt ekstra oppe på toppen.
Resultatet ble denne veska:

Siden be det en til, men jeg hadde ikke flere charms pakker, så da brukte jeg noen stoffer jeg hadde og skar til bitene selv. Litt mer jobb, men helt greit.

Her er den:

Feeling Sketchy sketch #179


It's time for a reveal of a new sketch at Feeling Sketchy.

Hrre is my card.

And here is the sketch:


Our sponsor for October is Star Stampz

I've used the the image "My Sweet Rose", and colored it with Prisma color pencils. This time I choose to make a card in fall colors.

In the place of the buttons on the sketch I used three rosebuds and placed them on some leaves. I also scattered some bling around it.

Sunset over Grand Canyon


It's time for the reveal from the double page team at Stick it Down.I have made a layout with photos taken in the sunset at Grand Canyon. It was great to see, but it's hard to catch with the camera. Here is my page:As you can see I used square photos instead of the circle ones in the sketch. I did it because I think it was better for my photos this time.The sketch indicates two layers on top of the background paper and under the splash. I used only one and used washitape and a faux stiching to mark the other layer.Here you can see the washi and the faux stich:The sketch had very little embelishments, so I added in some more. On the photo over you can see a sentiment and an arrow that I put down on the left side.I used some diecuts of trees in some places.I used a Colorwash spray on the background and dripped some other mists too.For my title I used thickers which I colored with gold Inka Gold.The patterned papers are from Authenthique.You have until October 31 to participate in the challenge at Stick it Down. And don't forget that we also have monthly sketches for cards and one-page layouts too.[...]

Feeling Sketchy sketch #178


It's time for a new sketch at Feeling Sketchy.Here is my take on it:Here is the sketch:Our sponsor this time i StarStampzI have used their cute image "My sweet rose" and colored it with Prisma color pencils.[...]

Feeling Sketchy - sketch #177


It's time for a new sketch at Feeling Sketchy today.I've made another Christmas card with a digistamp from our sponsor this month, Fred She Said.I found old Christmas papers among my scraps for this card.Here is the sketch:The digistamps that I've used can you find at Fred She Said,it's called Christmas Poinsetta Lantern Set, here.I used an old sentiment stamp with the text "A star is shining tonight", and cut it in three pieces. In Norwegian poinsettas are called "Christmas star", so the text is here a kind of a wordplay.Here are some closeups:[...]

A great day


I made this layout some days ago. The photo is of my DH, taken in Grand Canyon last fall, when we walked the South Kaibab Trail.
We really had a great day and that's what my title says.

I colored the wood veneer blue so it would stand out from the background.

The grass chipboard are colored with embossing powders.

I used the September 1 sketch from  Let's Get Sketchy:




Last Christmas our two grandchildren visited us for a couple of days. On Christmas Day morning the two sat in there chairs for breakfast.I have used this sketch from Stuck?!Papers and embellishments are from the July kit from Swirlydoos. Papers from Scrapberry and chipboards from Creative Embellishments.Some old thickers from my stash.Here are some closeups:[...]



It's time for more inspiration for the double page sketch at Stick it Down for September.

Here is my take on the sketch:

And here is the sketch:


As you can see did I go for a pretty c&s take on this sketch.
I used three photos, and cut one in three.
The photos is from a sunset in Enchinitas, California last November.

Here you can see my small flower cluster and a part of the chipboard.

For the title I used thickers and stickers.
On this closeup is it also possible to see the mist that I had on the background.

Feeling Sketchy sketch #176


It's September and the summer is definitly over for this year here. That means more time spent indoors being creative.It's also time for a new sketch at Feeling Sketchy.I've made another Christmas card:Here is the sketch:Our sponsor this month is Fred, She Said Digital Designs.I have used the Christmas Poinsetta Lanntern Set on my card. I used the precolored lanntern and poinsettas. I fussycut one set of poinsettas which I put on 3D gludots over the other image, for a 3D effect..I stamped my sentiment with a stamp from North Star Design, on white cardstock.The patterned papers are from Lemoncraft, Christmas Greetings.[...]

Feeling Sketchy sketch #175


Today we have a new sketch up at Feeling Sketchy.I've made another Christmas card.And here is the sketch:Our sponsor this month is DisDigi Stamps.I have used two stamps for this card. The image stamp is an old one from Norsk Stempelblad AS, and I use it over and over again. Here I have stamped it on a pattern paper.A poinsetta and some holly leaf for the flowercluster.My second stamp is a text stamp from North Star Design. It say's "A little boy, a little stable, an event so great, that time our savior came down too this earth.".[...]



It's time for more inspiration on the double page sketch for August at Stick it Down.Here is my tak on it;Here is the sketch:As you see, I used photos for some of the sirkles in the bacground and framed the three square photos with white paper.Here are some closeups.I used at stensil and som distress ink on the background.I wrote my journaling direct on the background, and put an arrow beside it for the visiual effect.On the bottom of my pages I've used two different paper strips.My title is cut out with an TH alphabet.I sometimes put on a date somewhere on my page, so also here.Why don't take a look at all our August sketches over at Stick it down.[...]