Celebrate Mother’s Day

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Posted by Jennifer Snyder

12 May, 2018 -

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Jennifer Snyder here to share a card I made for my mother to celebrate Mother’s Day.
I used the gorgeous soft collection from Maja Design, called Sofiero.
The beautiful rose florals in this collection remind me of the rose garden my mother had in our front yard when I was a child.
These are the papers I used from the Sofiero collection:
Strolling Down the Rose Path
The Elegant Winehouse
Romantic Picnic in the Park

  I used a Spellbinders die, created by Becca Feeken for the embellishing.  The die was backed by a piece of floral lace to add an extra touch of femininity.

Here is one last look at the card.

Thanks for sharing a little of your day with us.

Maja Design – Sofiero Collection  – Strolling Down the Rose Path
Maja Design – Sofiero Collection  –  Elegant Winehouse
Maja Design – Sofiero Collection  –  Picnic in the Park

 

Fairytale Florals Card

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Posted by Nancy Dynes

30 April, 2018 - , ,

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Hello, friends! I hope you’re enjoying a truly wonderful day. It’s Nancy with you on the blog, and I’m excited to share a new card. I have a friend in need of something special for a loved one battling a serious illness, so I’ve created this in hopes of providing a bit of cheer to her day. I gave quite a bit of thought to which papers to use, and for this project I am inspired by the beautiful pastels of the Sofiero collection.

It’s almost impossible to show glitter effects in photos (I rarely use it), but this card has glittery sparkle within the bouquet tumbling down the center for a ‘fairytale’ feel. The flowers are a mix of Prima and handmade. You’ll find the two that are handmade at the bottom of the floral spray, which are my first attempt at Foamiran flowers.

A label die and hand punched lace anchor the florals at the right edge.

The sentiment stamp below seems perfect for this project.

A loopy twine bow adds a feminine flourish. I love including bows of all types, and rarely feel like a card is finished without one. The interior provides ample of space for a personal message.

Maja Design Papers Used: 

Other Products Used: Heartfelt Creations Flower Die and Stamps, Foamiran, Tim Holtz Inks, Prima Flowers and Nest, Martha Stewart Glitter, Martha Stewart Lace Edge Punch, Spellbinders Labels Die, Archival Ink, Sentiment Stamp, Twine, Adhesive, Sewing Machine, Thread.

Thank you so much for joining us on the Maja Design Blog today! I send wishes for gentle spring breezes and many happy hours in your own cozy craft space.

Hugs, 

Nancy Dynes

My name is Nancy Dynes. I love creating with layers, dimension, and all things feminine. Maja Design Papers speak to me and inspire my imagination. I am honored to be a member of this amazing Creative Team, and look forward to growing in my craft while working alongside these talented artists.

Wedding Cards

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Posted by Paulina Monasterska-Tronina

20 April, 2018 - , ,

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Hello our blog fans. The wedding season has started. That’s why is a time for using the “Sofiero” Collection again. It’s one of my favourite papers to use for this occasion. Today I created two cards :

  Hope you will like my inspiration. Have a lovely day, Paulina

Spring card by Kavitha

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Posted by Kavi Tha

26 March, 2018 - , ,

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Hello Maja fans,

today i have a spring card to share filled with full of flowers.I have used soft pink papers from “Vintage romance” and “Sofiero” collection.I love making shabby chic cards with Maja papers,i guess its the best papers  for shabby style, do you agree?I have used Prima flowers,Scrapiniec chipboards,ribbon,twine along with lots of fillers and twigs.

Maja papers used: Walk with me, a romantic pinic in the park bs

Thank you for stopping by.

Happy crafting

 

 

 

Year 2018 Calendar

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Posted by Paulina Monasterska-Tronina

30 November, 2017 - , ,

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Hello our blog friends. Today I would like to show you my first calendar for 2018. This one will be use mostly at home, that’s why I could add a little bit more of volume. Here it is :

Year 2018 CalendarI decorated only the cover – it is the easiest way for changing the boring version of calendar.

Year 2018 CalendarFirst I created the cover and then glued it.  Used some mixed media products, chipboards and my favourites add-ons.

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Hope you will like my inspiration. Have a lovely day, Paulina

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