Hello Maja Fans.
Lenet here today,As we look outside in nature we can see Spring is just around the corner. The early snowdrops are in bloom and the crocus and
grape hyacinth are showing so won”t be long to be there too.
I even saw some some Daffodils in full bloom . At the shops and markets are selling the first tulips, for me that is the real sign that it will be spring soon.
So I made you this lay out using some delicate flowers and green buds ready to burst.
Here a close up, the little dark pink flowers are real dried flowers I saved from a bouquet my Husband gave me for our 25th anniversary.
so I got flowers and craft supplies in one.
For this layout I used the Vintage Summer Basic collection. Flowers from 49 and market and from my stash and cheesecloth .
Sentimenst are from Tim Holz small talk. the doilys are made with a summer feelings die from Studio Light.
Thank you for visiting, I hope you like what I made for you.
Hello Sweet Majafans.
First I want to wish you a very Happy New year. I hope all your wishes will come true.
For my first post this year I bring you a wintercard.
I used a piece of the Sparkle sheet from the Joyous Winterdays on the top and used Monochromes-shades of the Alps -Snow
for a double mat.
I used it to make the snowflake as well . this one is made with the Snowflake rosette die from Tim Holtz, the beautiful ornament behind it
is made with a die from Marianne design Creatables .
The flower and ribbon are from my own stash . The Winter Wishes sentiment is a stamp from Waltzing Mouse.
Here A close up , as you can see I used a lot of glitterglue to get a sparkly snow effect. this is done using Nuvo Glitter Accents.
The little bling heart and the flowercenter are also from Nuvo.
Thank you for visiting hope you like what I made for you .
Good morning, dear Maja Friends, welcome to the blog today 🙂
New year, new beginnings, they say 🙂 So for my first post in the new year I bring you a first project I made using the brand new collection, Little Street Cafe. I fell in love with this collection the very moment I opened my DT box – what a treat! One of the more vibrant colour palettes in the Maja stock, with juicy yellows and oranges paired with deep burgundy and sand beige, and all while keeping the classic vintage Maja style with its charasteristic plaids, stripes and flower designs. And don’t forget the ephemera sheet! Soo beautiful! I already have some ideas for this collection, but today I bring you a card for grandparents, as is Poland we’re going to celebrate Grandma’s Day on January 21st and Grandpa’s Day the next day.
I must admit I had difficulties choosing the papers for my first project, as all are equally tempting 😉 but eventually I decided upon on of the plaids and flower patterns for the backgound. For the top layer I cut out a panel with a street view – so perfect for the stamped image I chose for my focal element:
I added stamped sentiments and an acrylic heart that also matches the papers’ colours:
The flower pattern on the background paper gave me the idea for the mini roses cluster I added in the lower corners:
The card turned out slightly too dimensional to go into an envelope, so I added a card box too:
I really love how this card turned out, with its vibrant colours and beautiful paper patterns!
Here’s my supply list:
Maja Design papers:
Coffee al fresco
Other: stamps: Penny Black, Lemonade; dies: CreaLies; chipboard: Scrapiniec; flowers: Wild Orchid Crafts; markers: Kuretake.
Do you celebrate Grandparent’s Day/s in your countries?
See you soon!
Good morning, dear Maja Friends, welcome to the blog today!
It’s Christmas time! The most wonderful time of the year, filled with joy and love (or at least, it should be). In the evening many of us will sit at the table with their loved ones to celebrate Christmas Eve, go to church at midnight for the Holy Mass of Christ’s Birth, enjoy presents and sing carols 🙂
And so in anticipation of those beautiful moments I created an album for photos that will preserve precious memories:
I used a ready made album base and decorated it with papers from the Holiday In The Alps collection. I first applied a stencil pattern on the linen cover and then used pieces of papers and added a flower cluster:
At first I was going to decorate the front cover and just layer some papers on the accordion-joined pages inside and decorate them in detail when the photos come, but then I just got carried away… 🙂 The elements on each page are slightly raised so that I can slide in photos later.
I really love the way it turned out and can’t wait to fill it with family Christmas photos!
Here’s what I used:
Maja Design papers:
Other: dies: Craft&You Design, Magnolia, Spellbinders, Sizzix; metal embellishments: Mitform; button: Scrap.com.pl; ribbon: Dovecraft; glitter: Nuvo; sequins, cheesecloth, string – my stash.
And since this is my last post this year, I want to wish you the happiest Christmas, blessed with joy and peace and all the best in the New Year!