Its Keren here for the Maja Design blog with a new project.
I created another Thankfulness Book using the Vintage Spring Basics and the Vintage Summer Basics collections.
I kept it monochromatic this time and used several green tones.
I covered a plain notebook from the dollar store with the 11th of March paper from the Vintage Spring Basics Collection and used the back side to cut a small border for the edge using a Martha Stewart Punch. I also used the back side to create some die-cut vines and flowers to embellish around the flowers.
For the doily under the flowers I used the back side of 1904 paper from the Vintage Summer Basics collection as it was pretty neutral. Then I embellished with some Prima Marketing flowers and vines.
I used the Vintage Summer Basics collection to cover this journal:
and here are the papers I used from the collection:
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Hi Everyone, Its Keren Here with a new layout for the Maja Design Blog using one of my all time favourite collections Vintage Summer Basics.
I love going to the beach and as a family that’s our favourite place to go on vacation. This picture of my kids running on the sand was taken during our last vacation in Mexico. I wanted to create movement on my layout and so I stencilled across the page using white gesso. Then I sprayed with Prima’s blue Color Bloom sprays summer sky and glistening waves, to mimic the colour of the ocean.
I mounted the photo on small pieces of Maja Design papers and then framed the photo in a Blue Fern Studios chipboard frame which was lightly daubed in white gesso. Then I glued lots of sequence and textured stones around the frame to add lots of texture to the background and make it look like an ocean. Sequins are from “Dress my Craft” and the art stones are Prima Finnabair.
Here you can se the texture and the Vintage Summer basics papers underneath the photo.
I used the Vintage Summer Basics for this layout:
Here are the pages I used from the collection:
Thank you so much for visiting the Maja Design Blog,