Hi everyone! Hope you are fine. Here I am back with a wedding card I have made. I have used the lovely papers from the Vintage Romance collection.
Under you can see that I have cut out several love letters from the paper named “Walk with me”.
The image from Magnolia is coloured with Distress Ink. And it looks so nice together with the romantic and lovely papers.
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Hello sweet Maja fans.
Today it’s my turn again to show you something I made with gorgeous Maja papers .
This time I bring you a Happy Birthday card.
For this card I used two papers from the Vintage Romance collection, Love poetry and When I saw you,
as base I used Lavender Rose from the Monochromes – Shades of Celebration
I took the right upper corner of the piece of paper i had on top and rolled it half way back.
I used A frame of tattered angels en put in halfway behind the roll , added some flowers and finished it of with some pearl swirls from want 2 scrap.
I used some sentiment stamps from Paper Sweeties for the birthday message.
the label I used for the sentiment is made using a corner of a spellbinders die
Close up of the roll on top, and on of the flowers with the frame underneath it.
Thank you very much for visiting today, I hope I have given you some inspiration with my Birthday card.
Hello Maja fans!
It’s Mary here today and I would like to share with you a layout for my August inspiration.
As you may already know, I love searching on Pinterest to find photos to scrap and this time I came across with that photo. And, the beautiful papers from the ”Vintage Romance” collection was just perfect for it. But, before I continue more I want to give all the proper credits to the ”unknown” photographer.
For my background I used the back side of the ”Ephemera Cards” paper and I made one layer on it with the ”Marriage Proposal” paper. To start, I gave my background a coat of clear gesso. When it was dried, I added some texture with modeling paste and a stencil.
I used some Lindy’s Gang sprays to color my page and made some stamping here and there.
I choose some Dusty Attic chipboards and I used some Lindy’s embossing powders to heat emboss them.
When everything was glued down, I added some art stones and glitter and I made the final touch with some splatters with white gesso.
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That’s all for today, my friends!
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Hi everyone! It is Camilla here with a piano pop up card for you. I have used the gorgeous papers from the Vintage Romance collection. I will show you which at the end of the post.
I have cut the piano out from Maja paper, and added black and vanilla bazzil for the tangents. The cute girl is Tilda from Magnolia. The text is from Stempelglede. And I have embossed it. The piano is made with a die from Magnolia. The circles are made with dies from Spellbinders.
The flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts. I have used green ink and water for the seem binding ribbon, curled it up and let it to dry.
Here you can see the card from the side, and how it is built up.
Here is the list of papers used:
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Good morning, dear Maja Friends, welcome to the blog today 🙂
While our summer Moodboard palette is absolutely gorgeous and up to my taste (check out the previous post!), for my today’s post I changed the colours entirely to go pinky mauve for a wedding. It’s been ages since I’ve made an envelope card and I thought I might as well make one 😉 But as Maja papers are nicely thick and sturdy, they aren’t perfect for a classic heavily folded envelope form. Therefore, I cheated a bit and made a card using only half of the sheet. And here it is:
I cut the She’s My Lady paper from the Vintage Romance collection diagonally and used the half with the fan in the corner, which is almost invisible and therefore suited for a wedding card. Using only half a paper made the same side of the paper to be the outside part and thus the flowery border around the page made a beautiful trim in front of the card 🙂 I sewed the bottom part and decorated the flap:
Inside the envelope I placed a writing cardstock piece that I decorated with a stamped and embossed ornament. I also embossed the wedding rings on the plate that masks the ribbon on the flap:
I really like the way the card turned out and how the patterns on the paper provided a beautiful background!
And here’s what I used:
Maja Design papers:
She’s my Lady
When I saw you
Other: flowers: Wild Orchid Crafts; butterflies: Prima, home&you; stamps: Lemonade, Inkadinkado; ribbon, pearls: my stash.
Thank you for visiting the blog today, drop by tomorrow for more inspiration!