I was inspired to create a mixed media layout to a very essential thing of my life.
Coffee the most important meal of my day, nothing works without it.
Sure, you know it too.
It’s a very good mood maker in the morning, my daily needed vitamin drink ;-).
A friend says, yes, that layout is the right new wall decoration for my kitchen.
Why not, only the right picture frame is missing.
I used some Maja papers from the Fika Collection
.. hmm, it smells like coffee 🙂
… and so that the whole thing gets a little flavor,
I have also processed real coffee powder
Of course, some origin coffee beans shouldn’t be missing, or?!
Duty calls – tell her, I’ll call you back!
😉 🙂 😉
Thanks for your visit!
Have a good time!
Hello Maja Friends,
it’s snowing and chilling outside, and I feel that I miss Summertime already
So that is why I chose Summertime collection for my post today
I like doing fussy cutting for my cards, so I kept on doing this time too. The roses and the florals are really delicate and so beautiful
I’ve added some flower embellishments too
But made all the cards different
For my second card I made die cutting and used the cardstock from Monochromes Shades of Denim
They match each other perfectly
I kept the blue color palette as primary color but added the coral shades too
Also I made stamping on the vellum and heat embossed the frames, that I cut out after.
Summertime and Monochromes Shades of Denim collections:
Flowers Everywhere bs
Wind in my hair
Mono Denim – Brown
Mono Denim – Brown bs
Mono Denim – Beige bs
Spellbinders Die – Time Flies , Frames and Ovals, Prima Marketing Flowers, 2Crafty Chipboard.
The Ton Frame Stamps
Hi everyone! Today I want to show you a card that got published in the December issue of Ett Trykk. The challenge was to use the blue and white colour combo. And what wasn’t more perfect than to use these gorgeous Maja-papers from the beautiful collection Joyous Winterdays. And for the sledge and trees I have used sheets from the Monochromes papers in the same collection.
The whole card is made with a Go Kreate die. The circles around the image of cute Tilda is made with Spellbinder dies. The rest of the dies are from Magnolia. Magnolia have so many various dies that fit perfect to make lovely scenes with. I hope you like my card.
As usual I have added several layers to build up the card.
For this card I have also made the flowers myself, with gorgeous Maja-papers and Magnolia dies. The paper is first cut out, then I have sprayed some water on to the flowers, and curled them up. Let them to dry, and then curled them back up again. In the middle I have put some flower stamens from Wild Orchid crafts. I have also added some paint, white Gesso, all over the place.
For the 3D star I have used the paper called Blizzard bs.
Thank you so much for visiting the Maja Design blog today!
Hello Sweet Maja fans,
Lenet here and this time I bring you this Layout.
I didn’t use one specific collection this time , almoste every piece of of paper I used for this layout are leftovers I saved from other projects I made.
Except for the base /background , for this I used Monochromes shades of Celebration -Vintage Teal and Shades of Sofiero White/Sand.
I always keep every snippet , it’s such a waste to throw away these lovely papers.
I always will find a use for it , I deal for making cards or like this a layered layout.
You can tuck them behind another piece and create the illusion of a larger piece that is peeking out a little from underneath it.
Here I have some close up for you. The little frames come from the local dollarstore.
Flowers and leaves are from Prima and 47 and Market
The white sticks come from my own stash , I found them between my Christmas decorations .
Thank you very much for visiting , I hope I gave you some inspiration with my layout.
Jennifer Snyder here to wish you a healthy and happy new year.
I’d like to show you how Maja Design’s Christmas Season collection can be used all year round. “Christmas Season” is only a name – don’t let it confuse you. Maja Design has provided amazing timeless designs on the “B” sides of the paper so you can craft with the collection all year long – getting the most value for your money.
Family Reunion (B side)
Hang Up the Stockings (B side)
I created a tri-fold card using an assortment of papers from the collection along with a new die from Spellbinders created by Becca Feeken.
Lovely die – lovely paper – they go together perfectly.
Here is a close up of the cover of my card. The customized flowers were made from the Spellbinders die using the Maja Design papers.
The is the inside of the tri-fold card. It shows how versatile the “B” side of the papers are.
Have a crafty new year. Thanks for stopping today.