Welcome and a very happy New Year to you. Tina with you today to share my project for January.
This layout was inspired by the Dusty Attic Moodboard for the month. I saw it and immediately thought Maja and stylish elegance. And what better way to display all of these than with a wedding photo. A very special photo of my little family from quite a few years ago. But this photo I feel captures all that our day was…..pure happiness and love.
I hope you enjoy this!
Every now and then I come across a patterned paper that really projects gorgeousness in itself. And this piece I selected from the Walking in the forest collection is one of those that I am talking of. It was really all I needed to create this project with …….and em
Flannel Shirt bs
This piece which I find just gorgeous with the suttle foliage at the side I find really elegant. My background was stencilled with some hearts and accentuated using paints and texture paste. I also added a very small amount of stamping.
You can see above the minty colour paint I used to help the photo pop from the page.
I did some layering of chipboards to create a base for my photo to sit upon. I then clustered flowers and lace leaves around this to bring the photo to attention.
Here you can see more layering upon the gorgeous piece of Flannel Shirt bs.
And a few more photos from different views…………..
Above you can see the background hearts which have been dressed and heat set to create dimension.
Here you can see the gorgeous 49andMarket flowers. These have been layered and clustered around the chipboards.
I have also added some hand dyed soft leaf lace to help soften my project.
Well that is all from me today. I hope you have enjoyed your visit. See you again next time and happy scrapping.
Goodmorning Maja Design Fans,
Today I’d like to share some projects I made with my lovely Maja Design papers all the flowers you will see on my projects are all hand made with dies. I love making winter projects although I dislike winter time here in The Netherlands the days are getting colder and the night longer. I love the getting cozy part but the rest not so much. My first project is a 8×8 layout made with different Maja Designs collections.
As I said I love playing with snow effects and I did that massively here on this layout…can you see which collections I have used here? Don’t you just love that picture? Although I dislike winter time I love snow and the peacefulness it brings….hope it will snow this year.
Now on to my cards……
Maja Design papers used: Home for the Holidays, I wish & Walking in the Forest
Thank you so much for your visit today I sure hope I have inspired you to play with your amazing products you have in you stash or even order new products I have used here.
Have a wonderful and creative weekend!
Hello Maja Friends,
Today I’ve got a few cards to share with you that I made using Walking in the Forest collection
I started making the cards and thought that I would make something floral with bright colors, but then I saw the worn jeans and plaid patterns and changed my mind. I decided to try something for the male
I found some dies in my stash – the royal crowns and the key holes and realized that they would be a perfect match for my cards
But I didn’t want my cards to be too serious , so I added the mustache chipboard
and even placed some of them on each other.
My finish step was to add the jewels on the crown. I like how they turned on in fact.
Walking in the forest 6×6 Paper Pad
BoBunny Dies, Wycinanka chipboard
Hello, dear friends! Welcome to the Maja Design Blog. It’s Nancy here, with a new card to share. I may have mentioned previously that I love autumn. I can barely wait for that hint of chill in the air and nature’s lavish display of rich colors. This is when I spend my days with Maja Design’s breathtaking Walking in the Forest paper collection. I find that this collection truly embraces the inspiring hues of the season, which is what I’m aiming for with today’s card.
Each design paper is carefully distressed, layered, and stitched. The sentiment stamp has been on my desk just waiting for fall to arrive!
A die cut wreath forms an anchor for the plethora of leaves, berries, and flowers as they tumble down the front of the card.
A twine bow is tucked in along with the florals.
Thank you so much for visiting us at the Maja Design Blog! Don’t forget to check out the October Mood Board Challenge while you’re here. There’s still plenty of time to enter your project. I send wishes for many cozy hours in your craft space!