Good morning, Maja Friends, and welcome to the blog today! 🙂
Summer is traditionally the peak of the wedding season and therefore wedding cards and boxes are always under construction on my desk 😀 Today I bring you one such box I made using the beautiful Everyday Life collection:
I selected pastel papers for the walls and lid, and also added embossed stripes of paper for more texture – don’t they look great?
On the lid I placed a cluster of flowers in matching colours that surround a stamped and heat-embossed sentiment. The leaves are die-cut from the Monochromes green papers:
For the inner walls of the box I chose the beautiful pastel beige leaves pattern, so perfect for the background! I added pockets for putting money into and also a panel for writing in short wishes:
Instead of the usual chipboard cake I put into my wedding boxes, I added a cute bridge with the newlywed couple on it and decorated the scene with mini roses and die-cut leaves:
I’m really happy with the result, the box turned out bright and elegant with pastel colours and pops of bold red both in the paper pattern and the flowers 🙂
And here’s what I used:
Maja Design papers:
Other: flowers: Wild Orchid Crafts; chipboard: Anemone; dies: Spellbinders, Magnolia, CreaLies; stamp: Lemonade.
That’s all for today, thank you for visiting and see you soon!
Maja this is absolutely stunning!
Thank you Barbara! 🙂
Maja this is stunning
This is absolut gorgeous Maja, and so was the last entry, and as the comments were closed there, I thought I would let you know here as well. I just LOVE how you´re using these amazing papers every time. What a treat to come back home from hooliday and find soo many great entries here.
Hope everyone inhere is having a wonderful summer too and ennjoying the warmth and the sun where ever you are. Take good care everyone and enjoy this happy time of the year.
Dear Maryann, your comments are always sucha joy to read! I hope you had great time on your summer holiday 🙂
everything here is perfection! I love your style. Thought you should know you really make the Maja papers sing and dance on the project.