Alex Syberia Designs Kickstarter Campaign | Blog Hop 1 & Giveaway

The moment has arrived!! Alex Syberia Designs Kickstarter Campaign is live!
Today, we are celebrating the launch of Alex Syberia Designs’ very first collection of physical products through their Kickstarter Campaign! With clear stamps, dies and stencils, there’s something for everyone to love!
To have a look at all of the designs in detail (including videos!), the exclusive offers they have for you, and see how you can support them, make sure you check their Kickstarter Campaign Page.
Their Kickstarter Campaign, full of incredible discounts for you, will run from the 15th September to the 16th October 2022.

This great milestone called for some big celebrations! Throughout the duration of the Kickstarter Campaign, Alex Syberia Designs will be hosting 4 hops:

  • 15 September 2022 – Hop 1: Blog hop
  • 23 September 2022 – Hop 2: Instagram hop
  • 5 October 2022 – Hop 3: Blog hop
  • 13 October 2022 – Hop 4: Instagram hop


Alex Syberia Designs is giving away some fantastic prizes; their full September Release and two of their gorgeous Floral Bundle or Critter Bundle to choose from. There are also amazing companies and crafty friends who are celebrating with us. Here’s the complete list of awesome prizes:

Check the Kickstarter Campaign for more info

That’s a total of 15 prizes for 15 lucky winners! To be in with a chance to win one of these amazing prizes all you have to do is play along with each of the four hops! Alex Syberia Designs will draw winners from those entrants that have played along the hops by 16th October 2022. 

Our first hop is a blog hop and it couldn’t be easier to enter. All you have to do is leave a comment on this blog post as well as those of the other amazing designers in this hop. You can see the full list, with links to each blog, below.

Winners will be announced on the Alex Syberia Designs blog on the 23rd October 2022.


Below is the complete list of the super talented designers who are sharing their creations with us today:

I created a simple, colorful birthday card using the Birthday Sentiments stamp set.

I stamped the word happy repeatedly in a column on a piece of X-Press It blending card, stamped birthday close to the bottom and colored in all the individual happy words using Copics.

I trimmed my panel down significantly, before adding plenty of foam tape to the back of it and mounting it to a card base I created from Soft Stone cardstock from Papertrey Ink.

I wanted to add even more dimension by having one of the happy words popped up, but the letters are so narrow, they were too tricky to put foam tape on the back of. I decided to add dimension in another way by covering the green letters with Nuvo Jewel Drops in the color Key Lime. It makes the happy slightly raised and also gives it some shine.

Clean, simple, colorful – what more could you want from a card?

Lots of Copics used for this one.

Have fun hopping along, there are some amazing cards made using the stamps, dies and stencils in this release.

Vinner av blogghopp {Copic Marker Norge}

Hei og hopp!

Det er på tide å avsløre hvem som ble vinner blant kommentarene vi hadde på blogghoppen til CMN. Jeg har fått litt hjelp av til å trekke vinner og den heldige ble Kristin, med denne kommentaren:

Gratulerer så mye, Kristin. Hvis du sender en epost med fullt navn og adresse til elin.venge[at] dukker det nok opp noe snadder i postkassen din om ikke så altfor lenge.

Hopp og sprett {Papirdesign}

Hei og hopp!! Det er nemlig det vi gjør hos Papirdesign i dag, vi har blogghopp!! Du skal ha kommet hit fra nydelige, kreative, eventyrlige Cathrine hvis du har gjort alt riktig. Hvis ikke er det bare å gå til Papirdesignbloggen og starte på nytt. Der står også reglene.

Siden det var så mange fine nye dies som ble lansert nå, tenkte jeg å holde fokuset mest mulig på dem, så jeg har laget pakkelapper i forskjellige former, og jeg har også brukt et par av de nye julearkene. Alle disse diesene er nydelige og veldig godt gjennomført. På julekulesettet er det til og med en bitteliten sirkel du kan bruke hvis du vil stanse hull tvers igjennom. Både julekulesettet og hjertesettet kommer med ordene God jul (God Jul på julekulen), og jeg har brukt teksten fra hjertesettet på snøfnugget mitt. Teksten på julekulen er også fra et nytt stempelsett.

På baksiden har jeg gjort det veldig enkelt. Jeg har stanset ut et lag til av den ytterste dieen i alle tre settene og stemplet Til og Fra før jeg limte disse til baksidene av lappene mine. Da får jeg avrundede kanter på begge sider, jeg syns nemlig ikke baksiden av en diecut er spesielt fin i kanten, så jeg stanser ut dobbelt så jeg egentlig ikke får noen bakside (baksidene er jo limt mot hverandre). Nestemann på hoppen vår er herlige Hilde, kos deg videre på hoppen.

Produkter brukt:


Julestemning – Amaryllis PD17350

Julestemning – Juletradisjoner PD17354


Snømann PD17203

Tag PD12685

Reinsdyr PD12688


Julekule PD17313

Hjerte 3 PD17327

Granbar, krans PD17315

Snøfnugg, stor PD17308



Gratulerer med dagen {Copic Marker Norge}

It’s birthday time over at Copic Marker Norge. CMN turns 6, and we’re celebrating with a blog hop. If you haven’t already, I suggest you head over to the blog to take a peek at the rules and also the main prize. The deadline for this blog hop is September 25 at 9 pm CEST, so you’ve got about ten days to hop. Here’s the list:


Elin – you are here!






Kjersti B


I’ve made a 25th birthday card. It’s a commissioned piece, and as usual I’ve tried to use some scraps, this time the papers are from Maja Design. I colored up Mo Manning’s Tall Cake for my card, she’s perfect for birthday cards.

The next person on our hop is Elizabeth. She’s got a gorgeous creation for you.

Blog hop {Mo’s Dream Team}

Hi everyone!

Today’s a special day for Mo’s Dream Team. We’re having a blog hop, in honor of Mo’s birthday. This is the blog hop run:






Elin – you are here.









If you came here from Kalina’s blog, you’re on the right track. If not, feel free to start at the beginning to see what all my lovely team mates are doing.

My contribution is this fairly simple card, featuring Look, Ma! I colored him with Copics and actually did some pretty bold chopping to the image. There’s a pair of training wheels at the bottom left corner of the image, which I trimmed off, I felt the card was more fitting for a somewhat older boy without the training wheels.

I paired my image with some really old (but still amazing) patterned papers from Scenic Route. I’ve used the Metropolis line for this card. I also added a few enamel dots in matching colors, a black sentiment and put my entire front on an A2 topfolding landscape cardbase made from Summer Sunrise cardstock from Papertrey Ink. And that finishes the card.

The next stop on the hop is the delightful Olesya – thanks for stopping by.