Today I’m up on Maja Design blog with a new layout. It’s a photo of one of my best friend I’ve taken during a photo shoot we had a few days ago.
As usual, I applied a layer of clear gesso to protect the background from all the media I will add later. When dry, I began to add a design with a stencil and a copper crackle paste.
While the paste was drying, I colored the flowers with a home-made spray of Primary Element and water. I used several colors of Twinkling H2O to color the die-cut leaves.
When the paste was finally dry, I added some random stamping with a permanent ink and colored the background. Then I glued all the embellishments.
To finish the layout, I added some Mica Flakes and Glass Glitters.
Maja Design Papers used:
|Vintage Summer Basics
Hello, today I am here to share with you a boy LO, I did using the Vintage Autumn Basics Collection. I just LOVE this Collection!!!!
I used:no.XIII, no.XIV-BS, no.XV, & a BS of a label, From the Vintage Autumn 6×6 pack I used no.XXI,no.XXIII, no.IX, no.XIII, no.XIV-BS
The Chipboard used is from Dusty Attic
I did lots of distressed paper layers, & chipboard layers…
I also did some hand stitching, & used corrugated paper in the layers…
Shows the BS of a label. & some stencil work.
I covered the chipboard balloons with the Maja Papers…
I made this as a gift for a friend, so I decided to make a altered shadow box to go with the LO..
Here is another LO I made using the Vintage Spring Basics Collection..
I used: 6th of March, & 4th of March
I also made a altered shadow box to match this LO
Thank You so much for taking the time to look….Rachelle
I am glad that the weather outside is almost like the spring, so it’s time to get ready for enjoying warm weather, especially at the seaside. I am not a lucky one , I live at the country where there is no sea. and every summer I have a wish to watch the waves and listen to the noise of it. However I enjoy making marine theme projects and here is a cover I made for a baby book.
I made a try to marry the papers and the fabric, and I guess there is quite a good match, don’t you think?
So I made some die cutting from the papers and used almost the same paper patterns as my fabric has -stars, stripes, and I really love how it has come to.
I made stitching on the fabric and on the papers, and now they look almost the same.
Life by the Sea collection – 6*6 paper pad, Landmark, The West Coast.
Hello & welcome to the blog. Today I have another layout to share with you that I created using the “Vintage Autumn Basics” collection. I have used four papers in all from the collection, the XX1, XX11 & XX111 & I also cut a few clock faces from the XV1. I really love this collection. It is funny because I NEVER scrap with blue, aqua yes, but never blue but I found this collection so easy to work with & I am really happy how it turned out.
I started this layout off by tearing the three different papers to layer up & the pieces I tore off the bottom I then stuck down underneath my photo to create an extra splash of colour. I have also added some twine for added texture too.
I have brushed on some watered down blue mist to add even more colour. I cut out a few clocks from the “XV1” paper & placed them around the layout. I also created a frame for my photos from some natural coloured raffia.
I think these three papers look so lovely teamed together.
I have also tucked some lace in between the layers for added texture. Lots of flowers, I just cannot create without using flowers.
I have also added some nice chipboard pieces from 2Crafty Chipboard which I brushed over with a little “Kraft” coloured mist to give them a warm & natural feel.
To finish off I added some small pieces of blue mesh to add to the textural feel of my layout. I just adore lots of texture in my work.
Well thats all from me today, see you back here in a couple of weeks time with another project.
Good morning, Maja Fans, and welcome to the blog today
In a couple of days my auntie (and godmother) celebrates her 70th birthday! She is such a sweet person, always smiling and helpful – I wouldn’t go through my high shool without her helping me in maths, she was a great teacher! 😀 Now she has two grandkids and takes care of them as their parents are at work. She’s always there for others and hardly ever does something just for herself, and so the family decided we’d all gather some money to but her a trip to her favourite mountain spa she used to visit as a young girl. I know no more elegant way to give somebody money than an exploding box with a cake – and here it is:
I used my auntie’s favourite colours and they all happen to be featured in the beautiful Enjoying Outdoors collection which is also very optimistic – perfect for the occasion and the person as well! For the sides of the box I used the Autumn Picnic flowery paper, and then on the lid arranged mulberry flowers in matching colours:
Inside I added tags I cut out from the Tags & Journaling cards sheet to serve as a bacgkround for banknotes
I also used one of the journaling cards for writing in birthday wishes:
And here’s the birthday cake 😉
I just can’t wait for the birthday party, to see the smile on my auntie’s face and hear the family stories again!
Maja Design papers: Enjoying Outdoors: Singing in the rain, Picking flowers, Picking flowers bs, What a beautiful day bs, Flourishing bs, Having tea in the sun bs. Other: dies: Magnolia, Joy!Crafts; stamp: Scrap.com.pl; flowers, lace: my stash.
See you soon!