A very good morning to you, Maja Fans! Welcome to the blog today
It’s Maja here with a couple of cards to share – and if you hate Mondays, I’ll try to cheer you up a bit with some summery projects
Unfortunately, it seems the hottest summer of the century in Poland has finished, the temperatures dropped by 20 degrees within two days and we have to wrap up for a cold, rainy autumn… But at least the evenings became the most pleasant time to spend at home scrapbooking I decided to wave goodbye to the beautiful summer by using the beautiful summer papers for my projects And here they are:
I just LOVE this rosy 1933 paper!! It makes a perfect backgound for a soft, romantic wedding card. I distressed all the layers, added the flower cluster (I tried to blend the roses with the pattern of the background ), clockface button and glittered chipboard flourishes:
But sometimes I feel I need something less sweet for a wedding – like when I go for a male friend’s wedding. And so I created a card without pink 😉 But the card is for two 😉 so I opted for a “masculine” palette of blues and creamy browns and a “newspaper” background, but kept flowers and filigree flourish frame to give the card a feminine touch too:
Maja Design papers: Vintage Summer Basics: 1933, 1909 bs, 1945 bs, 1891, 1943, 1944bs. Other: flowers: Prima, Wild Orchid Crafts; chipboard: Scrapiniec; cameo, ribbon, lace – from my stash.
See you later