Hello dear friends, Evgenia Petzer with you today. I have made another lavender card, using the Enjoying the Outdoors paper pad for it.
close Ups:the layers are achieved with the help of lace, paper, die cuts. As well some lovely chipboard (Scrapiniec) and flowers. Collection used: Enjoying outdoors collection:
Have a lovely day,
Hello creative friends!
Today I want to explain how you can create a vintage romance layout with an altered 3D frame as your central focal point.
I create a very simple layout because the paper alone gives all the magic effect.
I think is one of my fav in this collection ‘Enjoying Outdoors’ – ‘Singing in the rain’.
I love the beautiful edge design and the girl on the right side and I like people who smile when it’s raining.
Times are not always easy, but I always try to make the most of it.
Take a break from the hectic everyday life and relax.
I started by creating an altered frame for my photo.
Want to see how I made this? Here I have some photos from the making.
Now to the background, first I primed with clear gesso, then I used Distress ink ‘Seedless preserves’ on a stencil, it’s the same colour how you can find on this paper sheet.
Next, I added a Glimmer Mist Spray ‘Kiwi’ from Tattered Angels
to the background arround the area of the photo.
then I use two die cuts to add more dimension
(Wordlet ‘Do what you love’ and ‘Girl under umbrella’)
with papers from ‘Vintage Romance’.
Afterwards I choose some embellishments to decorate this romance layout,
for instance from Prima Marketing (garden gates, butterfly), flowers, lace, fabric leftovers,
water drops, little resin flowers.
I builded a small cluster on the right side under the photo.
suitable to the titel ‘singing in the rain’ I added some pearl drops and another umbrella from a die cut, as well as a clockface
from the ‘No. XVI’ (Vintage Autumn Basics) above with a glass cabochon.
The ‘Welcome’ sign is a photo cutout with a underlaid folder music paper sheet.
This project was so much fun to create and I love the 3D effect that you can build up.
Questions??? you’re welcome :-)!
I hope my project can give you some inspiration for your work with Maja Design papers.
What is your favourite paper sheet??
Have a beautiful day!
Hello dears and welcome to the blog!
Today, I would like to share with you my inspiration for April. This time I have something a little bit different from my comfort zone. I made two cards with papers from the ”Enjoying Outdoors” collection along with lots of flowers and laces.
For the background I choose the ”Singing in the rain” paper and I used it on both cards. I made two layers on the first one with the ”The Great Nature” and the ”Woodlands” papers. I added color with the Edelweiss Moss Green Lindy’s Gang spray. The butterfly chipboard was painted with the Finnabair acrylic paint sparks ”Fairy Wings”.
I have also made two layers on the second one with the ”Gardening” and the ”Time for reflection” papers. I used the Open Arms Amethyst Lindy’s Gang spray to add some color. The butterfly chipboard was painted with the Finnabair acrylic paint sparks ”Iris Potion”. The chipboards are Dusty Attic and the flowers are Prima Marketing.
When everything was glued down, I added some glass beads and sprinkled a little glitter on them. The final touch was made with some splatters with white ink.
That’s all for today, my friends!
Thank you for stopping by!