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 🙂