Little Angel

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Posted by Maja Nowak

24 September, 2020 -

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Good morning, dear Maja Friends, welcome to the blog today 🙂

Continuing the Miles Apart festival 😉 we’re having on the blog, I bring you a layout I made using this beautiful collection:

Having made some smaller projects I shared with you in my previous posts I wanted to make a layout – but believe me, I had the hardest time just choosing the papers! There are so many gorgeous patterns I wanted to show but at the same time I didn’t want to make my page overwhelmed so much that both the photo and papers get lost. I wanted to make it soft and delicate to best compliment the photo of my cousin’s baby daughter. And after much consideration I selected soft blue patterns with a touch of pink flowers against a neutral sand background. First I applied filigree flourishes with a stencil and texture paste:

…then hand-cut some tags:

…then added a chipboard title embossed with crisp white powder:

…and mimicked the printed flower bouquets with dimensional flowers:

I also added powder blue lace to refer to the one in the photo:

I also included some opalescent sequins to add soft shine to my design.

Here’s my list of supplies:

Maja Design papers:

Other: chipboard: Scrapiniec; flowers: Prima, Wild Orchid Crafts; stencil: Agateria; lace, sequins: my stash.

 

After all that pain 😉 of picking papers I really like the way it turned out! What do you think?

Fresh Picked Raspberries

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Posted by Jennifer Snyder

24 September, 2020 -

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Hello Maja Design Friends.  Jennifer Snyder here with some fresh picked fun using Maja Design’s new “Miles Apart” collection.

This is a “must have” collection with gorgeous soft roses, pale peach, light green, gingham patterns and all the exquisite vintage charm that sets Maja Design distinctively apart from any other paper company.   It really makes me smile because it’s so beautiful and fresh feeling.

The collection also has a 6×6 paper pad and the matching Monochrome collection, “Shades of Miles”  with just solids.  I used the “Walnut Brown” from the monochrome collection as a background frame for my card.

The papers used on the card are:
“A few words”
“Miss You”
“Stay Positive”
“Keep in touch”

 

I accented the card with some chipboard raspberries from Creative Embellishments.  They have been painted with acrylic paint and topped with a raffia bow to give the card a touch of nature.

 

 

Thanks for stopping and Happy Crafting.