Bottle Message from Russia…

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Posted by Camilla Lilliesköld

7 May, 2017 - , ,

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You know that feeling when you once in a while come across something very beautiful and special, something that just makes you stop and really marvel.. It makes me so happy when I can find such a thing, all created in Maja papers. ♥
Just have a look at this absolutely stunning mini album;

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A huge thanks to Julia Utkina, from Russia, for creating this fabulous mini album, and for sharing it with us..! ♥
You can see more from her here.

 

Don’t forget to tag MajaDesign in your creations, when you post them in social media, so we can find them.. Maybe it’s you that will be up on the Maja blog next time..

Camilla

A Bottle Message

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Posted by Camilla Lilliesköld

25 November, 2016 -

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Posting something online is like sending out a bottle message. The posting drifts away on the waves of the blue sea, living it’s life of it’s own. You never know who will pick it up and what that could result in.

I recently found a beautiful bottle message out there, just waiting to be discovered..

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All of these wonderful creations are made by Julie Lavalette, and you can find more from her here, on her blog.
Thank you so much for sharing these beautiful and inspiring creations, Julie. ♥
We are going to send you a gift for sharing your beautiful Maja art with the world, so keep an eye in your mail box..

 

Do you also want to be seen here, on the MajaDesign blog? Don’t forget to share your work and tag us (@majadesign or #majadesign) in social media, and we’ll find you..

See you out there!

Camilla

This years first bottle message

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Posted by Jenny Grotherus

17 January, 2015 - , , , ,

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A whole bunch of cards came floating my way, finding it’s way through our icy harbour. I could see the intricate details through the glass, taking my breath away…Nancy creates the most fantastic cards imaginable. I am so grateful that she has shared her talent and wonderful creations on her blog http://mytatteredtreasures.blogspot.se/

We want to express our gratitude for the joy she has given us and we will therefor send her a little present. Nancy, please contact me at moodboard@majadesign.nu and give me your address and phone number so we can send you a surprise package with goodies.

So don’t forget to upload your creations on your blog and our Facebook page. You never know who picks it up!Jenny

The first bottle message of this summer…

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Posted by Jenny Grotherus

28 June, 2014 - , ,

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It’s very nice to see how the new collection has travelled all over the world and found it’s way to crafty scrappers. This bottle message was drifting on Facebook, just waiting to be picked up.And here comes two more beautiful cards that Dorota has made…

We thank Dorota for the inspiration and for uploading her creations on our Facebook site. Please contact me at moodboard@majadesign.nu and give me your address and phone number so we can send you a surprise package with goodies.

So don’t forget to upload your creations on our Facebook page. You never know who picks it up!

I found a new bottle message…

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Posted by Jenny Grotherus

18 January, 2014 - , , ,

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It’s been raining so much on the west coast this so called winter so we are nearly floating away. I was walking along the wharf in Uddevalla, just looking at all the beautiful lights lighting up the town when a new bottle message came drifting…Monsie-and-Keenie

Tracy Christine has created this breathtaking layout with photos of her two great aunts. She has used the Vintage Winter and the Vintage Autumn Basics collections. If you want to see more of her gorgeous creations, please take a look in her gallery.

Posting something online is like sending out a bottle message. The posting drifts away on the waves of the blue sea, living it’s life of it’s own. You never know who will pick it up and what that could result in.

From time to time I’m looking for just that. Bottle messages. Postings that drifts on the sea of internet, just waiting to be picked up and become praised.

This time Tracy Christine was highlighted, you could be next. I will send out the Vintage Frost Basics collection to her as encouragement. Jenny