Hello, friends! I hope you’re enjoying a lovely day. It’s Nancy, and I’m thrilled to welcome you to the Maja Design Blog. I’m relishing the beautiful weather and staying busy as ever in my craft room with my Easter preparations. I have a new card to share featuring two spring elements, Easter eggs and handmade flowers.
Two of my favorite Maja Design collections, Vintage Autumn Basics and Vintage Summer Basics, are used in the creation of this card. As usual, the paper is distressed, layered and stitched to form a base. One of the many things I adore about Maja Design paper is that it’s strong and behaves much like fabric when I’m working with it. As you can see, I really put it to the test and it holds up every time.
You’ll find a blooming rose and a wildflower gracing my little garden. If you visit my blog you’ll find tutorials for both styles of flowers as well as the Easter egg. A die cut flourish, ribbon and cheesecloth add a soft touch.
Design paper is border punched and layered to anchor the egg and florals. A die cut Spellbinder’s frame is tucked in behind the egg.
Additional Supplies: Martha Stewart Lace Border Punch, Sentiment Stamp, Archival Ink, Tim Holtz Tattered Florals Dies, Magnolia Rose Leaf Die, Flourish Die, Spellbinders Frame Die, Foam Adhesive, Button, Lace, Cheesecloth, Sewing Machine, Thread.
Thank you so much for visiting! Don’t forget to check out the March Mood Board if you haven’t already done so. There’s still time to get your project entered. Sending wishes for sunny days filled with many joys!
Once again a very very beautiful piece of art here, and I love, how you dare to use the colors, we see the least always, that is so cool and very very beautiful. Well done Nancy, stunning work as usual.
Thank you so much, Maryann!! I hope you’re having a wonderful day!
All your cards and your flowers are so stunning beautiful really wowww.
May I ask you please what dies That you used for your flowers and also THE big flowers please. Mvg Gina Belgium
Thank you so much, Gina! I have a complete tutorial for each flower with a supply list (including links to the flower dies) on my blog. You can find it at (http://mytatteredtreasures.blogspot.com/2017/03/an-easter-garden.html).
Thx for THE information.
Mvg Gina Belgium
Nancy, this card is full of dimension and your blooms are always so individual and show case the range of papers with such style. There are many elements to this card and they have all come together perfectly!