I can not get enough of this gorgeous new collection, “I Wish”!
The red, cream, and green are accented perfectly with chocolate brown and it’s a divine combination!
I created a mimic effect from the plaid with my stitching.
I adore how the simplicity allows my sweet girls photo jump off the page!
I’ve used minimal embellishments so the beautiful plaid paper takes center stage.
Chipboard- Dusty Attic
It’s my turn to post and I am so happy to share a few more wedding photos enhanced by this gorgeous paper collection, “I Wish”!
Perfect shades of red, green and cream…
I added a few stitched details, die cut paper hearts with pretty resin frames and wood title words.
A sweet little bride and groom… and some paper lace detail.
Resin Frames- Prima
Rossette Trim- Prima
Wood Icons- Prima
Doily Die- Prima
Heart Die- Nellies Choice
Lace Punch- Martha Stewart
Hello and Happy Thursday!
“I Wish” is a beautiful a versatile new collection from Maja. At first glance it appears to be a Christmas or Winter collection but as you can see I created a page about LOVE. I used an engagement photo of my daughter and new son in law and the papers make this photo pop from the page! Just complete perfection in this collection, for sure!
The stripes and hearts are divine!
I even love the hearts printed on the paper label…
I wish you a Happy Holiday
I wish you a Happy Holiday bs
I wish Santa will fill my stocking bs
I wish for a holly jolly Christmas bs
Buttons- My Stash
Alphas- Jillibean Soup
I created this page with one of my all time favorite script papers. I decided to make it front and center for this LO. I’ve made a monochromatic pallet here and accented my sweetie granddaughter.
Time is precious and this LO expresses that with the clocks and title. I’ve added a few white flowers
and clustered in a bit of metal and resin.
Words of love
Words of love bs
Title- Jillibean Soup
I am so excited and happy to get to share something beautiful! My sweet daughter’s wedding!
We filled this room with Paper, Pearls, and Lace!
Who knew such a beautiful display could be made from paper….
Although, not just any paper could pull off such a gorgeous spread. It took around 200 sheets of beautiful Maja paper mixed with a few others to pull off this massive creation…. and about 4 months of my time. Yep, I made every single one of those layered pinwheel flowers. I must say, it was worth every single minute. Many, many thanks to Maja’s Marie and Camilla for sending such a generous box to make this project possible!
The groom’s cake and a another peak at the wonderful paper pinwheel flower display…
We carried the paper theme through out the entire reception,
which took place in a warehouse style, rustic, shabby art studio.
We filled the walls with large engagement photos and strung a handmade paper banner over the gift table…
The tables were embellished with gold candle sticks topped with handmade pearl balls,
fabric and paper flower balls, along with altered stacks of books and strings of pearls…
Lights with paper and fabric lanterns hung from the ceiling…
A closer view of the extraordinary paper pinwheel flower display…
Here are a few shots of my sweet girls happy smile and laughter on her amazingly beautiful day!