Hello Sweet Maja Fans.
I’m one of the people who can’t wait till Christmas,
I never do someting fancy just hanging on my couch with a blanket hot tea or coco watching christmas movies . A lazy, cozy Christmas.
This year most of the time with my son who decided to sleep over this year, our daughter made plans with friends and my husband is at sea with the holidays.
I always buy some kind of countdown calander, filled with cocolate or something else. Last year I had one filled with wine.
I had a small one glass bottle everyday and there were some very nice ones in it.
This year I decided to make one my own with the great new collection traditional Christmas.
And here it is:
It’s an countdown calender from the dollarstore that I coverd with layers of the peace and joy sheet ,and added some “snow ” made with glitter, gesso , 3D-gel and mica flakes from Mellissa Frances.
I cut out some little gnomes from the 6×6 paperpack of Traditional Christmas and placed them in the “snow”
Made some ornaments with numbers using the 6×6 PaperPack as well, so I can count down the days
Thank you very much for visiting, hope to see you back again.
Take care and stay Safe!
Hello to you sweet Maja Fans
I hope you have a good day, It’s very hot here in the Netherlands almost to hot to do any crafting.
Almost, but not entirely .
This time I made you this little note book . perfect for small notes and small shopping lists.
I never have large lists ,because I have a shopping center nearby . It’s just a bike ride of 10 min. away.
I bought it at the local dollarstore, but thought it was to boring so I made it a little prettier with some left over snippets from other projects.
and a close up. Te rosette is made with the Tim Hotlz minipaper rosettes dies
The word Notes is made of small wooden letters from the dollarstore , paited white and glittered with a glitter and clear embossingpowder mix I made myself.
I hope you like my project for today.
Thank you for visiting ,make shure to check in later to see what the other Maja girls have made for you.
Hello sweet Maja fans, Lenet here and today I bring you this giftbag.
For this I used the wonderful collection of Denim and Girls. Like a lot of you I really love this collection with his bleus and pinks. the flowers ribbon and lace are from my own stash.
the square and oval are made using Spellbinder dies.
For the cute little envelope that I used instead of a label ,I used a Gummiapan die it has a little card in it that you can use for your message.
I had a little strip of Denim and Girls Pink linen left over , and I used a Gummipan die to make this cute little giftbag .
Thank you for visiting today , I hope you like what I made for your inspiration today, hope to see you again next time.
Don’t forget to visit again later to take a look at the work from the other Maja Girls.
Hello Sweet Maja Fans ,
First I want to wish you all a very Happy and creative New year. I hope you had a wonderful Holiday Season.
I’m having a bit of a hard time to say goodbye to it. I always love that time of the year.
So one more Christmas post from me for closure and to start with the new year.
As you see no layout , card or minialbum but a altered clock. I bought this one a while ago at the dollar store , and is was waiting for the perfect opportunity to come along .
When I got the latest collection Christmas Season collection I knew I had to use them for this project.
Here you have a closeup from the top of the clock.
And one close up from the bottom. The christmas cards are cut out of the Greeting Cards sheet.
And one fromthe side.
I hope you like my Clock. I keep it at my craft room as a countdown to next Holiday season.
Happy and Creative New year!!
Hello Maja fans Lenet here and to day I bring you this altered frame I bought at the local dollar store.
It was a simple grey 3D that I wanted to give a weathered look like it has been laying at the beach for a while because I wanted to use these pics. of my friend and her kids that were taken at the beach.
So I distressed the frame by sanding it and than dry brushed it with Finnabair art basics Plaster paste and made some little termite holes in it.
I made the little pegs that hold the pictures grey with chalkgrey Ayeeda mist from 13@rts and dry brushed them also with the plaster paste
For the back ground I used Vintage Summer Basics1936 as the sky and cut the fence from Vintage Summer Basics 1905
The create the sand I used Finnabair artstones mixed with artbasic 3D Matte Gel Transparent and pushed some litte shells in it.
A little seastar and some fishingnets in the corners to finished it off.
Thank you for watching and hope to see you back