Hello. Jennifer here with you to show you a winter piece using the Ska Vi Ta En Fika Collection. This is called “Winter Girl”.
I love pairing rich chocolate with soft blush pinks. It’s warm yet can be cool and chilly as well – if that makes sense. It makes sense to me. I have never seen such gorgeous chocolate papers than these in the Fika Collection.
Let me keep drooling over the Maja Design papers. When my collections arrived, I have to admit that the Fika paper called Kladdkaka was the first one I pulled out to admire ( the brown flowered paper).
For all my non-Swedish friends wondering what Kladdkaka is, I looked this up in Google. That’s when it hit me exactly WHY this paper spoke to me. It is a dense sticky chocolate cake is similar to the American brownie but has a soft and gooey center. Yes yes yes – this paper is delicious in every way!!!
I rolled and crinkled my edges by wetting them with water and then drying with a heat gun. From there, I roll and curl and rip.
This page is layered up as snugly as the little darling in the image by Maud Humphrey. Maud was the mother of Humphrey Bogart -legendary actor. I was fascinated to learn that Maud was born and raised in my city. Her sweet art is perfect for these papers.
I also tucked in a darling handmade buttterfly by Renea Harrison.
The pretty soft pink layer is from this collection:
Thanks so very much for visiting and seeing what Maja Design has in store for you.
Supplies used: Maja Design – Ska Vi Ta En Fika Collection – Kladdkaka, Havrerutor, Chokladmuffins; Maja Design – Vintage Summer Basics – 1910;Tim Holtz Walnut ink; Bo Bunny Blossoms – Natural Earth Zinnia;Bo Bunny Trinkets Gabrielle collection; My Minds Eye – The Sweetest Thing – Lavendar; Kaisercraft Template Wheat;Gesso and molding paste; floral picks and lace; Martha Stewart edge punch – Doily Lace; butterfly by Renea Harrison; Ranger Ink – Studio by Claudine Hellmuth – Semi-Gloss Acrylic Paint – Yellow Pastel – .5 ounces
I so agree with you Jen! I love that palest of pink/blush color with brown and you put it together perfectly!! Not only is your page gorgeous but I so enjoyed reading your post!!…I’m off to have something chocolate now! Lol!
Beautiful work Jennifer!!!
I am so impressed that you actually took the time to figure out what kladdkaka is. 🙂 Unfortunately I have to say that it’s ten times better then American brownies.
Love your creation, very creative.