Hello Maja Design friends. Jennifer Snyder here with a Spring/Easter card that is sweet as can be. Since Spring and Easter are hopping into our lives, I thought I’d start my Easter cards to help chase away the cold, dull winter blues and welcome the sunny warmth.
Maja Design’s beautiful “Little Street Cafe”
collection is the perfect paper choice to help celebrate, with it’s warm rose pinks and yellows.
Something Sweet and Tea Please combined with the coordinating Monochrome collection, Shades of Cafe:
The Monochrome collection, Shades of Cafe are 12×12 sheets of solid colored cardstock, perfectly coordinated to match with the papers of the Little Street Cafe collection. The monochromes help take the stress out of trying to match cardstock with Maja Design’s amazing patterned papers.
This happens to be a shaker card made using dies from Spellbinders monthly die clubs and shaker mix from Buttons Galore and More. I love making shakers because I know they bring smiles to those who open the card. Who wouldn’t smile when seeing a shaker card made just for them?
Thank you for sharing your time.
Hello dear friends! Its Evgenia Petzer with you today and I have made some projects and will now show them one by one to you.
So first come up the masculines projects. In Russia we celebrate the 23rd of February as the mens day, so I made some projects fro this them. As for me the Nyhavn collection has definitely some masculine part in it, so I used this limited collection for my projects. I added some random black stitching, some kraft die cuts and metal bits and pieces (Prima ones)
The next one is an altered box, inside of each there is a mini book, that says- 10 reasons why I love you.
And another easter card that I made using Vintage Spring Basics collection.
In this card the chipboard I have used is from Wycinanka and the lace is from Le Tresors De Luxe.
For the easter card I used the Vintage Spring Collection
and for the men’s projects I used the Nyhavn one
Have a lovely weekend