Hello our blog fans Some of you probably have seen my card with the funny picture “How to Merry a Millionaire” ? Inspired by Maja Nowak – and her girlish card with the Denim&Friends Collection I decided to make another funny card. Perfect for a Hen Party Here is my proposal :
I just love to make funny, layered cards without the flowers recently. Using metal dies to cut some add-ons. Adding chipboards from Scrapiniec, laces and string. Not much needed to gain a really spectacular result.
This collection is such an universal ! Making one project I already got a thousands of another ideas how can I use this paper ! Sound weird ? Let’s try to use it once and you will understand what I’m taking about. Hope you will like my project.
Thank’s for reading this post. Many thanks for each comment and reaction. It’s a pleasure to create something for you. Big pleasure. Hugs, Paulina.
Smell the roses while you walk through The Rose Paths of Sofiero… I love to read description of the papers… Sofiero is my favourite lately. It’s a time of the year when we are creating wedding cards and for sure I will use Sofiero collection combine with Monochrome more often.
I moved to Norway for a while and didn’t take many scrapbooking stuff. I had to choose the most useful tools, chipboards, dies, media and add-ons. It was not easy desicion but I think I did a good job. I will check it out during my creating project this summer. Today’s card are full of small layers. I love to pluck the paper and then add the layers one by one. Between each I try to add small details
It’s good to know what kind of style we like and what we expect in the final result. My plan was to have cards in a shabby chic style. I think I did it – just added a little bit of my style too.
Chipboards from Scrapiniec fits here perfectly! They are super white and really high quality. Small roses and the pictures in the background are cut from the die cut sheet.
You don’t need to have many thing to create. Paper is the most important and the rest is just you creativity. Hope you like my project. Hugs, Paulina