tirsdag 18. mai 2010

My tutorial at the Whiff of Joy Inspirations and tutorial blog ~ Tagcard

I am just in to tell you that I have made a new tutorial for Whiff of Joy. It is about how to make a tagcard, and homemade tags. Here are some pictures of the card.
If you want to see more, or maybe want to try to make your own tagcard, you have to visit
Thank you for visiting and have a lovely day!

15 kommentarer:

Rach sa...

Camilla this is just stunning, a gorgeous piece of art.xx

Silvie Z sa...

OMG, this is GORGEOUS! The colors are just amazing!
Thank you so much for sharing your
Silvie from France

Crafting Queen sa...

Stunning, images and papers are so beautiful. Anesha

Maria sa...

vilken underbar liten skapelse.
Som en liten tagbok.
Och massor av fickor att stoppa meddelanden i.
Luv it :D

Riet sa...

Ohhh wowww Camilla,what beautiful,i love your images and the colours.
So gorgeous papers.

Hugs Riet.xx

Anonym sa...

Ohhhhh a super beautiful card!!!
Lovely colours and papers, and very beautiful details!!!

Thank you for the tutorial.

Hugs Jannie

Ingrid sa...

Thank you for this great tutorial. Comes on my wishlist with things I want to do soon.
Hugs Ingrid

Meretekj sa...

Bare en ting å si: Fantastisk!
Takk for inspirasjonen:)

Pinklady 68 sa...

Lekkert, lekkert, lekkert!!!!

Jorunn sa...

Nydelig tagkort! Takk for oppskrift, dette må jeg prøve!
Klem Jorunn

Deb sa...

it is stunning Camilla, love all the sweet images you used on the tags, fabulous card! hugs Debx

Gry-Beate sa...

Så nydelig, og så for seg gjort!!


Camilla sa...

Du tar andan ur oss alla,
med dina vackra konstverk.
Det är så genomtänkt.
Vackra färger och val av motiv.
Din målning är otroligt vacker och sagolik.
Tack för all inspiration som du delger oss alla.
Stora kramen till dig.
Kramar Camilla

Peggie sa...

Just beautiful. Love the colors and the coloring and the booklet. Great job.

Ioanna Maria sa...

Hello! I love this project you made!!! I really would like to ask you what is this white round lace-like you have behind the tag.. is it a die cut? If so how did you make it? Or did you buy it premade..if so how is it called so i could find one too? Thanks alot in advance!!