Since I love vintage, I decided to do "Vintage Summer by the Sea"
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I created 4 items.
The first is a "Triptych". You may ask, What is that?????
A "triptych" is a work of art divided into 3 sections, it was used very often in the 17th & 18th century.
I used Kaisercraft bay window MDF panels as the base and painted it and decorated it with Meg's Garden papers, collage images and embellishments.
The only items not from meg's garden was the muslim and shells.
I call this project " Vintage Summer by the Sea".
It is self standing project. The panels are attached with raffia, to give it that summer feel.
I loved the little bottle of sand, can you find it the middle panel???, it adds just a touch of summer.
|Vintage Summer by the Sea|
bottle of sand, raffia, fibres, flowers and ribbons.
I also love the german scrap for corners of the photos.
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The next item I made was a layout called - "Vintage Summer Days".
|Vintage Summer Days|
The next project is an easel card - "Vintage Summer Babies".
And my last project I created is a "Vintage Summer Photo album"
I had so much fun creating these projects. A list of all the products I used to create
everyone of my "Vintage Summer Collection" are on "Meg's Garden" blog.
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