Good morning, Maja Friends, welcome to the blog today!
I’m really happy that soon after warm, family-spent Christmas time we can celebrate another day filled with love and friendship St. Valentine’s Day is such a positive holiday! And valentine cards are my second to Christmas cards to make. And as February begins, I’m ready to celebrate 😉
What would be a better collection to use for love-themed cards than Vintage Romance, of course! And so I made a masculine and feminine card for Valentines.
The masculine card is kind of clean&simple style – I tried to handwrite in one of the trendy fonts of lately, as if a love letter, added a die-cut cupid and tiny forget-me-nots that also appear in the card background:
Though the card is pretty simple, it still has some nice dimension
For the feminine card I went for the shabby chic style.
I used one of my most favourite designs from the collection, with gorgeous roses and forget-me-nots. I distressed a crafter’s clay frame with antique golden paint and filled the inside with pink roses and added some cheesecloth on top. I also used cheesecloth to accent the particular layers of the background. And then I noticed that right above the rose frame there’s a “Love Story” printed in the background – how fitting!
Then I stamped the “I love you” sentiment and heat-embossed it with golden ep:
I really like the way the cards turned out – the Vintage Romance collection is just perfect for love projects!
Maja Design papers:
Other: dies: Impression Obsession; flowers: Wild Orchid Crafts; frame: Martha Stewart clay & paint; mold: my stash; stamp: Lemonade.
See you soon!