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 fans. Today I would like to show you something a little bit different. It is a calendar/notebook for a little gentleman to write down his first words, add his first drawings. It will be a place to capture the moments, memories and a keep it until he’s teenager.
I bought a simple base and decorated the cover. You will not see here the flowers cause my idea was to keep it as simple as possible. This project will be use for the next year and I hope it will survive. When it’s full I will create next one. I just felt in love with the idea.
I used the paper from the Vintage Baby Collection. The colours and design is just perfect for a boy 🙂
Hope you will like my idea. Here is the paper used to create this project :
Hi there! And Merry Christmas to you all. I hope you are having a lovely Christmas time with your loved ones. I am back to show you the last pages of my Calendar to my baby’s grandparents. First of is the month of May, where I have used some of the beautiful Vintage Spring Basics papers: 5th of March, 7th of March (both sides and also the butterfly border).
Next month is August. Here I have already started with the gorgeous “Walking in the forest” papers: Flannel shirt, Last flowers, The orchestra of nature.
Here is September where I have used the Die Cut Sheet, Birdsong (bs), Autumn in the Air.
For October I have used Jeans, Cozy scarf. The stars are made with Magnolia star dies on corrugated paper, which I have painted with white Gesso, and inked the edges with Distress Ink-Walnut Stain.
The last one is November. Here I have used the papers: Autumn in the Air, The colors of fall (bs). All tags used to write important dates and happening each months are made with DooHickey dies from Magnolia.
Hi! I am back with some more calendar pages for my calendar to Maximilian’s grandparents. I have chosen photos of special times in his life, and him with some special people in his life. I have made two Spring pages with the Vintage Spring Basics papers, and two Summer pages with the Vintage Summer Basics papers. The images are from Magnolia, and are coloured with Distress Ink, re-inkers.
The papers I have used here: 4th of May, 2nd of May, 3rd of May bs (for the butterfly-row), 6th of May (the butterflies I have cut out).
For April I have used: 5th of May, 5th of March.
And here are the Summer pages:
I have used this papers over here: 1943, 1916.
And the last one under, which is Maximilian’s birth month, I have used: 1905, 1916 bs. The die used are DooHickeys from Magnolia. I have sewed the paper edges and inked them with Distress Ink pad-Walnut Stain.
I would like to wish all Maja Design fans a wonderful Christmas!
Thank you so much for visitng the Maja Blog, an be sure to come back for more!
Hi there! I have been making a Calendar for 2014 for Maximilians grandparents lately. I am not finihed yet, but hopefully it will be before Christmas! I will start with showing you the page for December, January and February – the winter months.
For December I have used the lovely papers from the It’s Christmas Time Collection – Joyful. The dies used are from Magnolia, the same as the image.
For Januar I have used the Vintage Frost Basics-6th of December, 9th of December. Here with another image from Magnolia. The snowflakes are made with a Martha Stewart punch, the leaf and swirl are made with dies from Magnolia.
And for February I have used the lovely 12th of December and 13th of December. The beautiful ice skates are made with a Tim Holtz die. I have made place for a tag on all pages, where they can write important dates every month.
Thank you so much for visiting the Maja Design blog! Hugs xx