May 2017 - Swedish House Crafts


Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Country Kitchen 3d Card + Matching Box | by Olga
Today's project features Oven die set by DooHickey. I was so impressed by the fact that it creates a 3d item instead of a flat image - just like a dollhouse furniture! The only difficulty was how to incorporate this oven into a card - but there is a decision!

I have created a card base that measures 3 x 3 x .5 inches and the oven fits perfectly inside. I have also made a matching box/envelope and instead of tying a bow I have used a cutting board die and some ribbon. You can actually slip it on and off the box easily.

Watch the beginning to end VIDEO TUTORIAL with the full instructions on how to make this card at the end of this post.

Thank you for stopping by today! 

Monday, 29 May 2017

No Lines Okay Tilda by Becky
Hello everyone, it's my turn again to host the blog today, and this time I have a card made with Tilda coloured with no lines.

I have stamped her with cloud blue ink, and then coloured her in to match the Vintage Spring Basics papers by Maja.

Most of the flowers are from my stash, the curly rose with it's tendril is in the middle.

The doily was a free gift from Suha, but watch this space as they might become available in the shop soon.

Thank you so much for popping by, sorry it is so short and sweet but I made and posted this before I went on my jollies, and as you are reading this I am sunning myself in the Greek sunshine.



Saturday, 27 May 2017

Sponsoring Allsorts Challenge - Vintage Card
Good morning all!

Swedish House Crafts is teaming up with Allsort Challenge blog this week and the theme for the weeks challenge is Vintage.

The Pion Design papers were just the perfect ones to use for this themes as I absolutely adore the soft vintage look.

Hop on over to the Allsorts Challenge blog to participate in the challenge and you could win.

Thanks for stopping by today and if you are looking for more inspiration from me you can check out my YouTube channel and of course my blog: Scrappalicious.

Supplies used:

Friday, 26 May 2017

Working with digital papers tutorial by Lynn

Hi Lynn here, welcome to my first DT post for Swedish House Crafts - I'm so excited to be a part of this wonderful team with so many different talents for you to gain inspiration from.

For my card today I have used a digital paper as the main focus of the card. To see how I achieved this I have a short tutorial below.

I printed the digital paper onto Crafters Companion printable light card. Then I used Gummiapan stitched rectangle dies to cut out my digital paper base and mounted onto a piece of Crafters Companion Desert Storm card.

I added the labels down the side of the card by stamping onto the printable card in Watering Can archival ink using part of the Gummiapan Text word stamp set. I then cut them out with the smallest stitched rectangle die and used the corner of the die to make a flag point.

I stamped onto the base card the "Happy Everything" in Watering can grey. I stamped the butterfly using TH fossilised amber and abandoned coral, then I used a paint brush with water to drag the colour over and around the stamp. I also cut three of the flowers from a piece of the digital paper I had made smaller using word, and edged them with a black felt pen.

Finally I added some white paper thread and three flowers.

Thanks so much for looking - you can see all the items I used below. If you click on the thumbnail you will go straight to the item in the shop.

You can find my blog here :- Crafty Linby.

Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Magnolia, Gummiapan and Roxstamps - Hello Notecard by Hellen

Hello ! This is me waving and saying hello with some stamps and dies from Swedish House Crafts as a new member of a brand new design team! It’s been an exciting time planning the launch with the whole team led by Suha, the owner. I’ve learnt things I didn’t know I needed lol – technology I’ve never used before, affiliation linking …………. oh lawdy how my head has been spinning !

The above 6 x 6  ‘hello’ card was made using the products listed below, simply click the link to go to the item in the shop.
Stamped and then coloured with my pens ( I use Memento Black Onyx ink for alcohol pen work) and matted and layered with black and white card, a touch of glossy accent on the snail’s shell and a bit of decoupage on the sweet little tulips.

So I hope you’ll put your feet up, grab a cuppa and take a look through the shop pages to see all the goodies there. Don't forget to check out the PROMOS tab while you're in the shop to see any discounts available !  

I’ve got a fab shabby chic tag for you next time made using Gummiapan stamps and dies  hope to see you then – Hellen x

To visit my blog Ellie's Cupboard - click HERE

Monday, 22 May 2017

Insta Tilda by Laurigami


I am very pleased to introduce my first project for Swedish House Crafts.

I decided to use "Insta Tilda" to make my card.

I used ink Distress to colorize Tilda.

Some details of the card.

 The Purple Daffodil has been achieved with the die "Daffodil" from Magnolia

I hope you enjoyed this first project.

Thank you for your visiting 

To visit my blog "Mon chat by scrap" ,please click HERE


Supplies I Used

To visit my blog "Mon chat by scrap" ,please click HERE

Friday, 19 May 2017

Easter mini-album using Pion Design papers | By Anna Sigga
Hi everyone my name is Anna Sigga and I am really excited to share my first DT-project for Swedish House Crafts.

I decided to make a precious little Easter themed mini-album using a selection of Easter themed papers and other pretties.

Pion Design has been one of my favourite paper manufactures for a long time so I knew I wanted to create a an album using the beautiful Easter Greeting s collection.

There are so many images that can be cut to use as embellishment, journaling spots and pocket inserts.

Here is a video where I go through all of the beautiful supplies and a quick tutorial of how I created the base of my mini-album.

Thanks for stopping by today and if you are looking for more inspiration from me you can check out my YouTube channel and of course my blog: Scrappalicious.

Supplies used: