søndag 20. oktober 2013

DT Maja Design ~ Autumn Vintage Basics ♥

 Hi there! Here comes my card for Maja Design.
Today I will show you a card I made for a colleague of mine that celebrated his thirtieth birthday yesterday. This is something I love about Maja Designs papers, that each collection contains both colours and design perfect for man and woman. For this card I have used papers from the new collection Vintage Autumn Basics.
The image is from Magnolia and the Little London collection. It is called Edwin with Derbyhat. I have coloured him with Distress Ink, re-inkers. Mostly in the colour Black Soot. For his skin I have uset Vintage Photo and Tattered Rose.
For the car I have used a Tim Holtz die. I have added some Frantage on the car, shabby white. The paper is No. XXIII.
The air ballon is cut out from the paper No. XIII. The text is written on my computer.

I have also used the paper XXI in the back. 
{You can also view this card in my Magnolia blog}
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9 kommentarer:

Marina sa...

Absolutely gorgeous card (as always ;O)). I love the little scene!

Hugs,
Marina

Véronique sa...

Kjempe lekkert ♥

Klem, Veronique

Beth Brovold sa...

Gorgeous card...or should I say handsome!!! Simply STUNNING!!

Brita sa...

Utrolig fint! Digger Edwin i hatt og dress! Nydelige farger, elsker også disse Maja arkene!

Elena F sa...

Fantastic Camilla; like everything you made; It has got "YOUR MAGIC TOUCH"; and makes a turly pretty creation. Elena F.

Hanna sa...

Camilla, det här är alldeles fantastiskt!!! Vilken kul idé att kombinera edwin och bilen! Så stiligt!

Kram
Hanna

Ivonne sa...

Another stunning creation. Love it! Hugs, Ivonne

levi john sa...

wow wow wow i would to love very much these hand made Christmas Decorations. These decorations are bewitching.

Mary Paulyn sa...

I do agree with all the ideas you have presented in your post. They are very convincing and will definitely work. Still, the posts are too short for newbies. Could you please extend them a bit from next time? Thanks for the post.