Hello Maja Friends,
Today I am happy to share with you my layout that I’ve made recently with the brand new Miles Apart collection.
I found pictures taken during Summer 2019, and since 2020 is not the best year for us, I decided to look for the good memories from the last year.
I played with blue and pink tones, though my daughter doesn’t like pink and anything girly, and even made a short hair cut this year, I thought that I keep all my layouts for my memory, so it’s ok to make it soft and feminine.
I made a rectangle die cuts , some of them are from old collection Antligen, as well as some fussy cutting and created many layers.
I cut out the title from the paper cut outs with the info about Maja Design papers, and I suppose it is a good idea that the paper name is a good title for any of your project, have you used them as I do?
Since the pictures were taken near the fountain so I ‘ve added some watercolor splashes.
Stay Positive for the upcoming winter days.
Thinking of you
Hello and welcome today Maja Design friends. Tina with you here today to share my next Design Team post with you. It has been some time since I created for Maja and I so miss playing with the gorgeous papers. Today’s project was created using inspiration from one of my favourite Vintage Basics collections – Autumn. It was only when I was trimming the barcode from the base of this gorgeous patterned paper that I decided to add shades of purple as the barcode had the title ” A time forever etched in our hearts and memories”. Such a beautiful quote and I had intended to use it until I looked closely at the paper and saw in the bottom left the “Time Passes” in brown text. I decided to leave it as my title, nice and simple.
I used two sheets of the Vintage Autumn Basics No VII so that I could use both sides of the papers. And I also incorporated the purple sheet of Vintage Autumn Basics No VI BS. I love this combination of colours and I just couldn’t go past using them without a sepia coloured photo. I used a photo of my youngest from a trip to our Centenary Lakes around the goosepond. This was some years back but I do remember it well.
I dressed the first of the No VII paper using the B side firstly. I made a mix of pigment powder in Black Silver with some crackle paste through a Dusty Attic brick stencil. Once the crackle was dried I coloured over the stenciling with some Chalk Paint in Roman Pines. I also did some embossing of a script stamp in Antiquities Weathered White. I also did some stamping with Walnut Stain Distress Ink.
I cut some of the leftover papers in differing sizes to mount behind my photo. They were distressed sanded and inked with the Walnut Distress Ink.
I embellished with lots of mdf’s from i.craft Designs. Some were embossed and some were painted in chalk paints.
I hand dyed some muslin with a parisian rinse. This gives a gorgeous beige colour which contrasted beautifully with my Vintage Autumn papers. I also used a locket mould and beautiful florals from 49andMarket and icraft Designs. Also I added some pearls from Dusty Attic and finally some pretty mini prills in silver and some splashes of watered down white gesso.
And some more close-up pics for you .
Well that is all from me today. Thankyou so much for taking the time to pop by. I hope you have found some small piece of inspiration from my project today to help with your next crafting project.
Until next time take care and happy crafting.
Jennifer Snyder here to celebrate Wedding day romance and beauty with Maja Design’s gorgeous Miles Apart collection and coordinating monochrome collection, Shades of Miles.
I’m in love with the warmth and charm of this collection – perfect for so many occasions. Here are the papers I used to make the card:
Keep In Touch
The door die is from Spellbinders and makes a romantic back drop for the chipboard bride and groom, from Creative Embellishments.
The door is also embellished with gems and crystals from Buttons Galore.
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Happy Crafting. Thank you for sharing your time with Maja Design.
Hello Sweet Majafans,
Lenet here and today I bring you something totally different .
Soon it will be Halloween , we don’t really celebrate this here in the Netherlands but it is done more and more every year.
Spooky parties , tours , decorating you see it more and more. but no trick or treat .
We have something simular in some parts on november the 11th called Sint Maarten. as soon as it gets dark children carrying lanterns the made at school ,
go singing from door to door collecting sweets. always very fun to see al those nice lanterns and hear them singing , especially the little children.
Unfortunately no Sint Maarten or Halloween this year due corona / covid.
But that didn’t keep me from making this Halloween card. Although Maja doesn’t have a specific Halloween collection, the purple from Enjoying the Outdoors and the orange-ish one from Little Street Cafe are perfect for this.
So with any further ado here is my Halloween card.
The witch is Wanda a stamp from Waltzingmouse the sentiment Happy Halloween is from the same set. The frame is made with the Ornate Frame sizzix die from Tim Holtz altertions.
The bats are made with dies from some dutch brand I don’t know.
I hope you like my Halloween card.
thank you for visiting , take care and stay safe
Good morning, dear Maja Friends, welcome to the blog today 🙂
I still can’t get over the Miles Apart collection! I hope you can’t either, as I bring you another card I made using that beautiful set:
I wanted this wedding card to be delicate, pastel and romantic, so I chose light papers in ivory and blush pink to make a background for a die-cut oval panel, upon which I placed a chipboard piece in the shape of newlyweds riding a bike. I think it’s a nice symbol of their future together, common goals and direction 🙂
I covered the chipboard with subtle irridescent glitter to give it a more glamorous look. I also added a hand-cut stamp image from the Ephemera sheet, a “Postcard” stamped word and a couple of flowers. Opalescent sequins, ribbon with wedding rings pattern and tring complete the design.
The card turned out pleasantly dimensional…
…so I put it in a box decorated with metallic washi tape:
I love how the Miles Apart collection can be used for delicate, romantic projects 🙂 What do you think?
And here’s what I used:
Maja Design papers:
Close at heart
Mono Denim – Soft Pink-bs
Other: Chipboard: Wycinanka.pl; flowers: Prima; die: CreaLies; stamp: Tim Holtz; ribbon, sequins: my stash.
And that’s all for today, stay safe and well and visit us again soon for more inspiration!