Sunday, May 12, 2013

Variations Week: Randi's view


This week we are playing with the gorgeous stamp named Little Curls by the amazing artist Elisabeth Bell. 
I just love this little cutie! 
I've been coloring up my rubber stamp with Distress Ink refills, and since Spring has sprung here in Northern Norway too, I wanted to play with "springy" papers and colors. The card is for a little girl, but I haven't yet decided who, so I haven't yet mounted the name to it. Here are some pics:

The finished card

Cute Little Curls, huh!?! 

Some details

More details. Love those acrylic flowers and that orange pebble :)

The inside

A line from a Norwegian birthday song

Different view

Creative hugs, 
Randi WS


  1. I love your rendition of this oh-so-cute image Randi.
    That is a cute frame die you have used and the floral accents are darling!

  2. so soft and beautiful, I love how you complete the inside of your cards too

  3. so precious Randi, love this card, the peach colored frame accents this image perfect and your finished inside of the card is beautiful as well. Lovely

  4. So cute and Summery looking card.
    Hugs Nat

  5. Randi- I would love to be able to color with distress inks the way you do. It is so pretty and soft. Gorgeous creation.

  6. beautiful! Summer!!! Yay!! =)
    Love the 3D-effect! I always put my motives on 3D. =)

  7. Very Pretty Randi, I love your light images and the gorgeous layouts you make. The inside of the card is simply lovely. Great work. Cheers, Holley

  8. Such a sweet card, Randi! Love your soft colours and the beautiful colouring on her. The lovely frame is a perfect match! It looks great how you also decorated the inside of your card.
    Hugs, Karina

  9. Ooh I love your spring colours Randi! This is such a pretty card and the inside is just as lovely as the outside!

    Your colouring on the image is so soft and delicate... I really must have a go at colouring with Distress Reinkers sometime, it looks lovely!

    I love your little clusters of flowers too, especially the acrylic ones. :)


  10. Randi, a lovely summery feel to this card. I so look forward to these Variations Weeks as it amazes me how one image can be turned into such different creations. Best wishes, Kym xxx