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!!
Welcome Maja Friends!
I’m also still creating with our latest amazing ‘Celebration’ collection. As I saw this elegant dancing pair I thought on our annual SemperOperaball in Dresden. It’s a very special and magic event.
”Despite low temperatures, thousands of people will take to the theatre square in front of the Semper Opera House to celebrate the Semper Open Air Ball. While guests watch the gala programme inside, up to 15,000 partygoers will be singing and dancing outside in front of the opera house. In rain, freezing temperatures or under starlit skies – the Semper Open Air Ball transforms the square into the world’s largest dance floor for the locals and guests.”
Therefore I was inspired to make a home decoration piece, it’s a cloche in romantic vintage style.
How you can see you will need not so much materials, main thing is the paper sheet ‘Ballroom dancing’, old music paper, Distress inks and some embellishments how like flowers, lace, feathers and what do you want.
I used as basic a star from a cutting die. After I cut out the pair, I curved the motif with a knitting needle and folded the feets to glue them on. The paper from Maja Design is so stable that it stands alone, but you can stick to support a few more blooms from behind against it.
Celebration 12 x 12
Now you just need to stick the decoration on.
I rolled up the notebook paper, distressed the edges and created some paper sticks.
I highlighted some places with Stickles ‘Baby Blue’ from Ranger and a wonderful blue feather suitable to the ball gown.
… and your new eyecatcher is ready 🙂
Thanks for your visit!
Greetings from Kerstin 🙂
Hello our blog friends. Today I would like to show you my first calendar for 2018. This one will be use mostly at home, that’s why I could add a little bit more of volume. Here it is :
I decorated only the cover – it is the easiest way for changing the boring version of calendar.
First I created the cover and then glued it. Used some mixed media products, chipboards and my favourites add-ons.
Hope you will like my inspiration. Have a lovely day, Paulina
Hello our blog friends. Today I would like to present something a little bit different. It is a first chocolate box decorated by me. It’s gonna be a perfect way to say “Thank you” with the sweet surprise inside.
Simple and easy composition, cause “Thank you” is the main element here.
When you open the box on the left you will find the chocolate. On the right you can write some wishes, words just from the bottom of your heart. Simple ideas are often the best.
Paper base is the box from Eco-Scrapbooking and chipboard from Scrapiniec. Paper – Summertime Collection from Maja Design of course. My favourite mix of the best products.
Hope you like it. Hugs, Paulina