Hello dear friends, Evgenia Petzer with you today. Today I have prepared the shabby chic card that I made using Sofiero papers. The chipboard, Dies are from russian manufactureres, and the flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts.
lots of close ups.I love how the chipboard wreath is surrounded by the flowers.
Sofiero collection is one of my very own favorites.have a lovely weekend,
Its Keren here and I created a layout for Maja Design using the new Denim & Friends collection. I used the “Fashion” paper as the background for the layout as its very light and matches any color.
I used the blue toned papers from the collection as I wanted to mimic the colors of the ocean in my picture. I really love creating beach themed layouts and this collection is perfect for it.
Here are some close-ups of my layout. I ripped some papers from the “Worn Indigo” and the “Jeans & T-shirt” papers to mimic the ocean waves. Then I used some Petaloo by Flora Craft flowers to embellish.
The gold script was created using the Rub-ons and Foil Accents from Prima and I added a few more gold highlights on the layout to tie it all in.
I used a chipboard by Blue Fern Studios that has a maritime theme and painted it in gold to match the rest of the layout.
Here are the papers I used from the Denim & Friends collection:
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Today I’m up on Maja Design blog with a new set of cards featuring one of my favorite collection Enjoying Outdoors.
Making cards is a good way to get rid of all the leftovers of papers you have accumulated over the past months or should I say years. I don’t know how you keep them, but I found that keeping them in a pocket with the collection is the best way to use them. When I was first starting scrapbooking I put all the leftovers together, but when I wanted one, well, I never found the right one! Now I know that if I don’t find it, it’s because I don’t have it and I will have to cut some beautiful paper! Let see how I made these cards!
Even if both cards look different, the way I made them is the same. First, I chose in my leftover from the Enjoying Outdoors collection, which one I could use. When I didn’t find the right one, My next move is to look in the 6×6 paper pad.
When I found all the scraps of paper I needed, I inked the edges to add some contrast before gluing them directly to the card base.
I die cut some leaves in two green papers from the collection and I inked the edges.
Then I added a few flowers.
On this card, I even added some lavender sprigs from my garden. To prevent them from falling apart when they dried, I covered them with gel medium.
And to finish the layout of the cards I added some microbeads.
Maja Design papers:
6×6 paper pad
What a Beautiful day bs
Tag and journaling cards
Spending time bs
Garden Creatures bs
Beautiful trees bs
Hi dear crafting friends! Here I am back with a card using lovely papers from the Denim & Friends collection, together with a beautiful stamp from Stempelglede and flowers from the lovely Petaloo by Flora Craft.
I just love this collection, as blue is my favourite colour to work with!
Aren’t these flowers from Petaloo just stunning!?
The image is a stamp from Stempelglede, and I have used Distress ink, re-inkers for my colouring.
Look at these beautiful Petaloo flowers!! I have added som white Gesso on to them as well.
Takk “Thank you” is a stamp from Stempelglede. I have used Spellbinder dies and a barbecue stick to fasten it on.
We have been specially sponsored by Petaloo by FloraCraft. You can also find them on Facebook HERE.
I wish a happy to hello to all of our friends at the Maja Design Blog! It’s Nancy here, and what a blessing it is to have this time with you all. We have a special sponsor this week, Petaloo by FloraCraft, and they’ve graciously showered us with beautiful blooms. I’m sharing some of them with you today, along with one of my all time favorite Maja Design collections, Vintage Summer Basics.
I realize it’s autumn in many parts of the world, but the lovely papers and flowers bring to mind flower vendors at the farmer’s market, which is where I draw inspiration for today’s card.
My base is design papers that are distressed, layered, and stitched. The central bloom is accentuated with tea stained doilies and lace, with a tumbling of florals reaching down the side.
The center of the card is layered with additional design paper. The lace edge is courtesy of a border punch. An ivory twine bow brings everything together with a feminine flourish.
The ‘Flowers 4 Sale’ stamp is from my stash, and I’m thrilled to find a ideal project for it.
Below is a side view with a view of the interior of the card.
Maja Design Papers Used:
Other Products Used: Petaloo by FloraCraft Flowers, Martha Stewart Border Punch, Lace, Doilies, Twine, Rubber Stamp, Archival Ink, Sewing Machine, Thread.
I hope you’re having a wonderful week! May your days be filled with the joy of family & friends, and plenty of cozy time in your craft space.