Folklor matrioszka or girly hut?

I love Spellbinders die cuts, bloody expensive but the effects are amazing! I saw one card created with those border dies and I could not resist to make similar using the same motif.

Original card was made by Barbara, you can check her beautiful creations here 🙂

I could not decide which card is better, more lovely and pretty, so I made both 😀


For following challenges:

1. “Princess and pirated” challenge at Incy Wincy 

2. “Szary, srebrny” challenge at Kartkowe ABC

3. “Paski/ Stripes” challenge at 123 Scrapuj Ty

3. “Dziewczyny/ girls” challenge at Bee Scrap

Zainspirowala mnie ta cudowna matrioszka, polaczenie rozo i szarego 🙂

4. “Stripes or dots” challenge at Inky Impressions




For following challenges:

1. “Layer it up” challenge at Crafting for all Seasons

2. “Dziewczyny/ girls” challenge at Bee Scrap

Zainspirowal mnie kolor rozowy, kobiecy atrybut i kartka Nolanny ze stemplem lalki w kapeluszu, mega!

 3. “Anything goes” challenge at 613 Avenue Create

4. “paski/kratka i drewno” challenge at Scrapek

wyzwanie nr 38


4 thoughts on “Folklor matrioszka or girly hut?

  1. Hi Kate – – firstly, sorry I didn’t comment on your cards last week but I just wanted to stop by and say thank you for sharing your cute cards in last week’s challenge at Incy Wincy Designs! Love your die cut backgrounds.
    Helen x (IWDT)

  2. What fun Kate! It is so delightful to see the passion of another paper artist and her obvious joy with her craft! Those die cuts are beautiful! Thank you for sharing your project and creativity at 613 Ave C!
    ~ginny, DT for 613 Ave C : [#142 – ATG / Use Sapphire]
    Owner: RubberMAD (

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