Hello Sweet Maja fans.
When summer is at it’s end I always get Christmas jitters.
Although every season and holiday has it’s own charm, I really love Christmas.
Me and my kids love to snuggle up with a warm blanket on the couch, and watch every Christmas-movie we can find.
With Christmas jitters comes Christmas crafting. So today I bring you this Christmas tag made with leftovers from the Vintage Frost Basic Collection.
I hate throwing away designpapers I love , so i safe them for smaller projects like this.
For the bottom of the base tag I used the Martha Stewart doily punch. one of my all time favorite edgepunches.
On top of that I laid a die cut made with Romantic Rectangles nestabilities by Spellbinders.
Than I started stacking papers till I like it and stick them together with foamtape.
I always keep some space between the edges of my papers so I can tuck some embellishments or or small papers between the layers.
To finish it an eyelet in the top with a piece o flace thru it so it can hang .
This label will sure be a part of my Christmas decorations. I love how it turned out.
The Snow flake die I used is from the winter trails collection by Studio Light.
Thank you very much for visiting make sure you come back for more wonderful projects made by the other Maja girls to inspire you.
Hello again dear Maja fans.
We still have a amazing summer over here in the Netherlands with lots of sun and warm temperatures. They are even talking about a heatwave next week.
So in order to cool down a little , I made this Christmas card , you never start too early making them right? Maybe this year I will be done in time instead of making them at the last minute.
This one I made with some leftovers from projects I made earlier with the Vintage Frost Collection.
To create snow the snow on the edges I used Finnabair art extravagance paper texture paste.
To create dimension on the card I used foamtape to stick the pieces together.
Thank you very much for your visit, I hope I was able to give you some inspiration with this card.
Good Morning Maja friends!
The time is right for a new winter inspiration. Actually snow should be here now and the frost pinch in the cheeks, but our winter weather is and remains dead loss. It’s grey and dreary, but the best time for crafting, or?!
I love the timeless delicate colors and designs of this beautiful paper collection, always suitable to a lot of various themes. I used this striped design as background, colours reminds me on frosty days,
on a walk through the snowy winter wood and all the secrets you can discover there.
11th of December
13th of December
some close up’s
Thanks for your visit today!
Hello dear Maja Fans, Lenet here today.
First of all I want to wish you all a wonderful and creative 2018.
I’m so happy to be a part of this wonderful team and hope I will give you lots of inspiration.
For my first post on this blog I made this layout using the Vintage Frost Basics.
Because this picture is taken when we had the first snow this year I decided to give it a real snowy theme.
First thing I did was making a snowy effect on the background paper using embossing paste and the Confetti#2 stencil from dusty attic.
I used a lot of sparkly snowflakes, they are clear flakes from Maja Road where I put ranger diamondstickles on.
Some of the flakes I cut in pieces and sticked them behind the flowers instead of leaves.
I don’t know the brand of the chipboard frame I used, but I glittered it with a mixture of clear embossing powder and fine glitter , cut it in pieces and glued it at different place on the layout.
The flowers are from 49 market and wild orchid.
Thank you for stopping by , I hope I gave you some inspiration with this layout
Hello, dear friends! I hope you’re having the happiest of holidays! It’s Nancy with you, and it’s my great honor to share my final Christmas card of the season. I did try to share this with you two weeks ago, but there were problems with Maja Design’s WordPress on the day, and my post was somehow permanently lost after a very short period of time. Hence, I am giving it another go today and hoping for much better luck!
This winter wonderland card is created using one of my favorite frosty paper collections, Vintage Frost Basics!
Dimensional snowflakes, icy branches, snowballs, and loopy twine bows abound in this wintery scene.
The blues and whites work quite well together in creating a frosty chill!
Below is a peek at the interior of the card, including a little pocket to hold a gift card.
Maja Design Papers Used:
19th of December
20th of December BS
Other Products Used: snowflake dies, foam pop up adhesive, floral iced branches and berries, twine Tim Holtz sentiment stamp, Martha Stewart border punch, archival ink, sewing machine, thread
Thank you so much for being here with us. May all the blessings of this joyous season remain with you throughout the year!