Hello Maja fans,
Kavitha here today with a new layout.I decided to go for a bright spring layout in shades of yellow,orange and green.I used a neutral shade sheet from “Vintage summer basics” and customized the background using paints and stamping to match my layout.For the layers i used chipboards,some cutout designs,laces and flowers etc.
Maja papers used:Vintage summer basics 1899 bs
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Today I’m up on Maja Design blog with a new set of cards featuring the Vintage Summer Basics collection.
Both cards were made the same way, only the flowers are different. I primed the background with clear gesso. Next, I added a design with a stencil and the Camouflage Effect Paste set.
While the paste was drying, I die cut some leaves and stems in a watercolor paper. I die cut also a doily in the 1914 paper.
I colored the leaves, stems and some flowers with inks.
I added some color to the background before gluing all the embellishments: paper, sisal, stems, leaves, flowers, and doily.
To finish the cards, I added some microbeads.
Maja Design papers:
Hello dear friends, Evgenia Petzer with you today. I have made another gift envelope, its a beautiful way to gift money or a card to someone whom you appreciate. This time its in blue tones, I have used The Vintage Autumn basic papers for it.
some close ups:
little bits and pieces that I love to add to my projects, for me its all about little details.Vintage Autumn Basics:
Have a lovely day,
Hello sweet Maja Friends
I think like many of you I always loved Alice in wonderland.
I especially love the Alice movies Tim Burton made , the costumes, the art, make up ..everything.
Recently I rediscovered scrapping at 6 x12inch papers . And I must say it’s really fun to scrap this size .
So one and one makes two and I decided to make a Tim Burton Alice serie in this half size and here you have the first one.
i printed a queen of hearts I found on pinterest and tucked it behind Alice her picture like she is peaking around the corner , nosy as she is.
I added a bunch of roses from wild orchid craft
And a pocket watch, from the white Rabbit.
I used papers of the celebration collection , the strips with text are from Tim Holtz