Hi everyone! Here is a card with a box I made for a babtism last weekend. It was so fun making the box, cutting out all the small parts with Maja Papers. I have used the cutest papers from the Vintage Baby Collection.
Here is a closer look on the baby clothing hanging there. I have used three different papers from the collection.
Also the papers clips are made with papers. I have added some frantage on to different parts of the papers.
The gorgeous flowers are from Wild Orchid Crafts. I have added a butterfly on the large flower. The butterfly is cut out from a paper sheet from Vintage Spring Basics. The text is written on my computer, and printed out on some thicker paper. The text “Til Dåpsbarnet” is stamped with a stamp from Stempelglede.
The box i measuring 14 x 15 cm. And is 2 cm width.
The ribbon used are also from WOC. Open the box, and you will find a baby girl inside. Here is a card matching the box.
I have used the same papers. And also similar embellishments.
The image is from Magnolia, as the dies used. And it is coloured with Distress Ink, re-inkers and Markers.
Hope you got some inspiration today! Thank you for visting the MajaDesign blog.
Hi everyone! Here I am with a late post using the gorgeous new papers from Maja Design’s latest Christmas Collection, Holiday in the Alps.
But for the leaves I have used some Monochromes from the collection Shades of Christmas, since there was no green colours in the new collection.
I have handpainted the image with Distress Ink, re-inkers and Markers.
Under you get a closer look of some of the details.
I have added some white paint called White Gesso here and there all over the box. Maybe this box will be under someones three this Christmas?
Thank you so much for visiting the Maja Design blog today!
Hi everyone. Today I have a new Maja Design
creation for you.
In the weekend I was cleaning up the cupboards and found this box, I was the perfect size to alter.
I chose the Summertime (By The Sea) papers to turn this old box into a new storage container for my Sea Shells
I started by covering the box this white gesso to cover up the original colour.
Next I used the Gives Me Joy paper to cover the outside of the box, and Glittering Waves paper to cover the sides.
I cut two tags from the By The Sea Die Cuts paper to embellish the top. Then I added some metal pieces, flowers, ribbon, shells and liquid pearls to decorate my box.
I used the Gives Me Joy paper to cover the inside of the box, and the Glittering Waves paper on the inside of the lid. I then cut out the adorable image of a boy and girl at the beach from the Die Cuts paper to place inside.
Maja Design Summertime (By The Sea) papers:
Gives Me Joy
Gives me joy
By the sea – Diecuts
Hello dear friends! Its Evgenia Petzer with you today and I have prepared the baby box, where the mom can keep all the little treasures of her loved one. Lots of layers and laces here, some resin pieces pearls. To get that shabby look all that combination above will work perfectly.
My youngest son’s hand also wants to get that box:)
I went with neutrals, the baby pink color and some light peach accents as well.
and some close ups:
Maja Design papers used are from the Vintage Baby Collection:
Have a lovely weekend,