Thursday, September 12, 2013

Doctor Who Christmas!


Det var ikke uten grunn at forrige innlegg refererte til favorittserien min, Doctor Who! Tenkte jeg skulle starte gjenreisingen av bloggen med å legge ut noen kort fra jula i fjor ;) Doctor Who er en av de få tv-seriene (og jeg ser maaange serier) som jeg kan se gang på gang og aldri gå lei. 

Kortet til høyre (øverst) er ikke fra noen tv-serie, men et bilde av kunsteren Brigit Ashwood. En 'Babe' til en nevø, den andre nevøen har jeg lykkes i å gjøre Doctor Who fan av, ergo et Tardis kort! Og til ei god venninne, også rekruttert til who-universet ~ a silent christmas!


It was not without reason I referred to Doctor Who in my previous entry, as I planned on blogging theese rather special christmas cards. I'm a real sci-fi nerd and have recruited both family members and friends to the universe of Doctor WhoWith a computer meltdown (mostly salvaged though) health issues as well as struggling with low energy ~ theese cards (and more coming) have all been forgotten about, since I've neglected my blog for more than a year... So I got oodles of creations to blog, as well as a blogcandy coming up this month :)
The two cards up top went to my nephews (the one on the left, up top, not of any tv-series, but a fab image of artist Brigit Ashwood).

As theese cards have never been showed off before, I'm entering in theese fab Challenges: (all cards fitting the themes below)
Tuesday Throwdown #164. ~ Anything Goes.
Cards in Envy ~ Manly Challenge (A2 cards).
Our Creative Corner ~ Forgotten Things Challenge. ('The Silent' makes you forget that u ever saw them or met them! Jikes! Also all theese cards were kinda forgotten about :) 
Challenges 4 Everybody #28. ~ Anything Goes.


Images: Images printed out of Doctor Who (bbc.co.uk) and Angel? motif from Brigit Ashwood.  
Stamps: Lazar StudioWERX Inc - Funky Holidays. North Star Stamps - Hjørnetekster JUL a6. Christmas text stamps is from 'Julehilsner' by Ksenia Sazonova. Magnolia 'BakgrundsSwirl Bröllup' rubberstamp. 
Papers: A couple of embossed christmas generic cards from a bookstore, and a Karen Marie Klip base card. Bazzill cardstock. And I remeber using up a lot of old scrap-paper leftovers wich I don't remember the origin of, except the santa circle is from a panduro paper. 
Embellishments/Tools: Cuttlebug A2 Embossing Snow Flakes. NorDies - ND God Jul (Scrapmagasinet). Silver brads. Misc Washi tapes. Distress inked edges.

7 comments:

  1. Fabulous cards! Thanks for sharing them with Cards in Envy!

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  2. Great cards for sci-fi fans! Thank you for joining us at Cards in Envy! ~ Marilyn

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  3. You certainly like your Dr Who! Great cards for those special people.
    Thanks so much for joining us at Our Creative Corner for this challenge.
    Juliax

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  4. It is good that you have felt able to blog again and good that these cards have not been entirely forgotten, any Dr Who fan would love to receive one I am sure. Thanks you for joining our Forgotten Things challenge at Our Creative Corner. Anne x

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  5. Great cards! Thanks for playing along with us at Cards in Envy.

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  6. Beautiful work! Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Throwdown!

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  7. Pleased to hear you're back into your blogging and were able to share these cards with us at Our Creative Corner. Margie x

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