Hydrangea love.

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Posted by Lenet Mos

25 July, 2019 -

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Hello sweet Maja fans Lenet here and today I bring you this Layout with lots of hydrangea.

I really love hydrangea, I have a big pink one in my backyard and planted a white one as well, hope it will grow very big too.

In my frontyard I have a white one with big balls of tiny white flowers.

I own a lot of hydrangea flowers from prima marketing and wanted to really start using them so I decided to make this lay out filled with hydrangea.

I also wanted to use some real nature thing in it so I went out to my garden and gathered some old little branches and plants that i had put aside for the birds to use building their nests, sorry birdies but I will refill soon. It’s fun to use natural things  like this on your layout so I might go use it more often.

I made some tears on the edges of the toplayer, distressed them so you can see the paper underneath and made stitches by hand on each side of it.

I also tucked some pink dried baby’s breath between the flowers, I love this delicate little flower .

I always keep and dry them when I get those in a bouquet

For this layout I used the  vintage summer basics collection.

Thank you for visiting ,I hope you like my layout this time and I hope I gave you some inspiration.

Make shure to come back to take a look at the work the other Maja Girls made for you.

On the meadows

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Posted by Kerstin-Inga Peters

6 July, 2019 - , , ,

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Welcome!

Today a new inspiration layout in a romantic summer mood.

Midsummer is already over, but that always reminds me of how we as children walked over flowering meadows

and picked and collected all kinds of things.

We girls have always loved to weave flower wreaths, mostly from daisies or white clover.

 

I used some papers from our latest wonderful paper collection ‘Denim and Girls’

‘Easy Going’;  ‘Lace’; ‘Comfy bs’

    

some close up’s

 

 Happy summertime!

Kerstin

Magnolias

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Posted by Kerstin-Inga Peters

17 May, 2019 - , , ,

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Welcome creative friends!

The time is right for a new springtime inspiration. I loved magnolias since my childhood.

 It’s always a wonderful time when they bloom and you worry every year that the night frosts do not destroy this flowering splendour.

I used some papers from the beautiful Vintage Spring Basic Collection, I’m always in love with the delicate colours and motifs.

As background 3rd of April, some stripes from 3rd and 7th of May and I’m a fan of this amazing little butterflies in this collection and love it to add this cut outs as 3D elements on my springtime projects.

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some close up’s

 

I love it to work with chipboards because they always bring more life and structure in your projects.

Here I used a small fence and some awesome flower buds and flourishes from Dusty Attic.

With a little bit acrylic paint they look like magnolia buds.

Take some nice photos of your garden or bring some memories photos from

  a beautiful spring walk with your family!

Create a scrapbook page as memento for your family album or as a gift,

 soon is Mother’s Day.

 

Happy crafting!

Enjoy the springtime!

 

Happy Easter

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Posted by Kerstin-Inga Peters

17 April, 2019 - , , ,

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Hello dear creative friends!

I was inspired to create a mixed media layout in vintage, suitable to the upcoming Easter days.

I used some beautiful papers from the ‘Vintage Spring Basics’ Collection.

7th of April as basic paper and added with some cut out’s and stripes from

6th of May, 10th of March, 11th of March and 2nd of April.

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I always love it to use some chipboards from Dusty Attic

and some natural materials such like feathers, sisal and willow catkins.

some close up’s

With a little easter bunny hidden in a easter nest

I wish you all a very Happy Easter with a lot of creative colourful easter eggs!

Sunny and restful holidays creative friends!

Daffodils in Rust

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Posted by Kerstin-Inga Peters

6 April, 2019 - , , ,

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Welcome Maja friends!

 It’s springtime  and the daffodils are already blooming everywhere, simply wonderful.

I was inspired to combine the bright yellow flowers with a rusty shade.

This radiates the charm of a beautiful old farmer’s garden, I love such beautiful places.

 

I used again a beautiful background paper from the awesome paper collection ‘Vintage Spring Basics’.

The sheet ‘1st of March’ together with ‘6th and 10th of March’

were absolutely perfect for a mixed media layout in a rustic vintage style.

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some close up’s

 

 

 Thanks for your visit!

Have a beautiful springtime weekend!