Saturday, 10 May 2014

Red White and Blue Rock

Hello.  Welcome.  I've made a card that rocks.  No really, it's a rocking card.  It really rocks.

I've gone all red, white and blue because, along with many other countries, those are the colours on the Norwegian flag.  It's confirmation time in Norway.  Nearly everyone gets confirmed at 15 in Norway.  I've used a stamp from Kort og Godt called Engel Gratulerer, that's Angel Congratulations.  She did have wings but, if you are squeamish look away, I cut them off and now she looks like a confirmation candidate in her white robe.  Although they don't usually have hearts on LOL.  I cut Cheery Lynn Spring Flower Burst Doily in red, the angel wing in white and Cheery Lynn English Tea Party Doily in blue.  Then I backed with a white circle and folded a circular card in half to make her rock.  The silver metal roses are from Korthobby and I used silver star brads.  

Joining the fun at
Cheery Lynn Designs Challenge 131 - Lots of Layers
Korthobby Utfordring Mai - Konfirmasjon 
Papertake Weekly- Anything Goes 
Crafting Musketeers - Anything But A Square 
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Five  five layers

Thanks for your visit and your comments.  Happy happy to you all.  Hugs


  1. Lovely colours representing the Norwegian flag. The image looks fabulous set against the colours and great image too. Thanks so much for joining in the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Tracy x

  2. Thanks for sharing your lovely card for Crafting Musketeers challenge 13: anything but square, Hazel, DT Crafting Musketeers x

  3. Herlig konfirmasjonskort i de norske fargene. Passer perfekt til Mai-konfirmanten .Takk for at du deltar i Korthobbys Utfordringsblogg også denne runden- Klem fra May Grethe

  4. Gorgeous card, thank you for joining us over at the Crafting Musketeers this month , Fran (DT) xxx


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