The Hope for this Spring

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Posted by Elena Olinevich

30 March, 2020 - , ,

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Hello Maja Fans,

I hope that all of you and your family members keep safe during this uncertain time. And today I am going to bring you a spirit of Spring inspiration.

I found a box full of paper cuts and and a few die cuts made of Maja Design papers and decided to use them all before I start cutting the new papers. and here what I have made:

So I mixed the papers from the different collections, mostly Vintage Spring and Summer Basics, what I have used to do all the time.

I have added a few flowers and chipboard pieces

But the papers are essential. since they have the floral print and soft colors.

I do believe that you are busy with crafting since we have more space time now.

so happy crafting and keep safe.

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A day to celebrate

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Posted by Lenet Mos

12 March, 2020 - , ,

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Hello Sweet Maja Fans.

Lenet here and today I made you this celebration card.

It’s one that can be used for many occasions , always handy to have some of these in stock.

I made this one using the  6″x 6″ paperpack of Denim and girls.

Here I have a close up  from the centerpiece for you.

The flowers all come from my own stock .

The ticket stamp is an old one , I believe from Autumn Leaves.

I hope you all like my card, don’t forget to come back for more inspiration by the other Maja Girls.

And for now stay safe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spring Cards

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Posted by Elena Olinevich

29 February, 2020 - ,

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Hello Maja Fans,

do you feel the Spring spirit, so happy that the Winter has passed, though it has not even started there.

So I created the cards with totally a spring feeling.

I mixed many collections as I couldn’t choose the only one

and decorated the cards with the flowers and layers.

It seems that Vintage Spring , Summer Basics and Vintage Romance look great together.

 

a bit of lace accent and the cards are feminine and soft.

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Brithday Cards

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Posted by Maja Nowak

24 February, 2020 -

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Good morning, dear Maja Friends, welcome to the blog today 🙂

The moment I browsed through my newly received box with the Little Street Cafe collection, I had the idea for birthday cards featuring some of the beautiful images from the collection. In the meantime I made a couple of other projects using the collection, but finally I managed to get those cards made too 😀

Both cards feature images from the Die Cuts sheet.

For one card I used the large image of a cup of coffee and a cupcake:

Sinc the size of the image was almost the size of the card, I added embellishments directly upon it  – a mini bouquet, large pearl brads and a stamped sentiment tag:

The image of a lady I used for the other card was smaller, so I was able to add more elements:

I placed the image upon a flowery background and added a stamped and embossed sentiment and a little cake picture that I die-cut with a post stamp die. I also added lace and mini flwoers and accented the details with glitter. A couple of sequins add some glam too:

I really like the way they both turned out – nice and colorful, perfect for a fine lady’s birthday 🙂

Here’s what I used:

Maja Design papers:

Other: dies: Marianne Design, CreaLies; flowers: Wild Orchid Crafts; brads: Craftmania; lace: my stash.

That’s all for today – thank you for visiting and drop by soon for more inspiration!

With love

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Posted by Camilla Støen Bakke

16 February, 2020 -

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Hi everyone! Here I am with a Valentine card for you. To share some love. I hope you all are fine. Here in Norway it is still raining, but then again it is cozy to spend some time in the crafting room.

For my card I have used papers from the lovely collection Little Street Cafe. Perfect for any romantic card.

Dies and stamps are from Magnolia.

I have cut out the flowers, and sprayed them with water, curled them up, and let them to dry. Then they get this crispy look. I have also painted them with some white Gesso paint.

Behind the image I have placed some corrugated paper and cheese cloth.

I love to use MajaDesign papers, as they are thick and the colours matches the Distress Ink colours I use for my painting.

Thank you so much for visiting the MajaDesign blog today!

With love,