Dutch themed card

Hi and welcome,

I've made a Dutch themed card today with Dutch Icons on it like canal houses, windmills, farmers, Delft Blue and wooden shoes.
My grandfather was a wooden shoe maker, way back in the old days (I think even before WWII).
Here is a picture from a painting were my grandfather is practicing his occupation. It's an old trade, not many people make wooden shoes anymore because there is no market for them.
My grandpa was a good and friendly man. I have fond memories of him.


Back to my card.
The bp is from this Gecko galz Etsy shop.
The clear stamps are from Kars. I colored them using distress markers and felt tip pens from Stabilo.
Printed the sentiment myself. Added some twine. 






(How cute are those little Delft Blue pots in the foreground? They are doll house miniatures).

For the layout I used the sketch from sunday sketch and stamp.


I'm entering this card in these challenges:

sweet 7 challenge:  the background paper is new

Thanks for reading my blog.

Hugs Henriëtte.






7 comments

Marie said...

Great looking card with fabby colours and really cool motive for the sketch. Love it! Thanks for joining us over at Party Time Tuesday.
Love n hugs
Marie, PTT teamie

FiestyCrafter (Tina) said...

I love this! It's cute and fun design and theme. Thanks for joining us at Love to Scrap! Challenge Blog
Tina dt

Lillian A said...

Lovely layout sketch and you've done an awesome take on it. Great card creation, Henriette. Thanks for entering your card on the Love to Scrap challenge blog.

Lau W said...

Superb card, very nice design
Thanks for playing with us at the Paper Creator challenge ! xx

BrendaB said...

Beautiful card! I love seeing that painting of your grandfather, too - so nice that you have it! Thanks for joining us at Love to Scrap

Tertia said...

This is exactly how I would imagine a Dutch inspired card should look.
Thanks for joining us at Sweet 7 Designs

Helen said...

Just beautiful - love the way you've used that sketch.

Thanks for joining us at Sweet 7 Designs Challenge.

Helen x