Universal Paper

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Posted by Paulina Monasterska-Tronina

19 March, 2019 -

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Hello out blog fans. Today I’m really late with the post. I totally forgot to show you my last card created for the mood board challenge. Have you seen it? In this inspiration, I would like to show you how universal are the Maja’s papers. I have used the Christmas Collection of paper to create completely no Christmas card. It’s a huge value of the papers!

I’m wondering if you are using the Christmas Collection due the yeat as well? If not – it’s good advice to try. Hope you will like my card. Hugs, Paulina

Two pocket cards for you today!

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Posted by Camilla Støen Bakke

16 March, 2019 -

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Hi everyone! I hope you are fine. Here in Norway the Spring is close, the snow is gone and the birds have started to sing in the mornings. I think Spring is my favorite time of the year. The days get longer, and the flowers germinate. Its time for a new fresh start! Here in Norway the Spring is also time for Confirmations. And I have had that in mind with these cards. Can you guess which Maja Design Collection I have used for my cards??

Yes of course, the lovely Vintage Spring Basics.

Here you see little Tilda from Magnolia sitting on some steps. She is resting, and maybe looking for something to photograph. I have masked the two stamps together. The lovely text is from Stempelglede. For my colouring I have used Distress Ink, re-inkers and Markers. I often stamp with Memento stamp pad, on the Langton Watercolour papers. My brushes are synthetic and I use size 0 and 000.

For the flowers I have used Foamiran. And some dies from Magnolia. I cut them out, blow on them with my heat gun, then curl them a bit, before I stretch the petals out again.

Inside the card I have made a paper strip to put some money behind. And a small card to write a greeting on.

Here is my second card. Made the same way as my first. And with the same flowers.

Here I have used the pink flower stamens. I have made a step by step of how I made the flowers:

 

Just another close up. The bow is made with Maja papers and a Magnolia die.

Here you can see that I have added Liquid pearls in Tilda’s hair, and around her.

Underneath the flowers I have put some Sisal grass. The roses are from Wild Orchid Crafts.

Here the inside of the card. With beautiful butterfly paper from the Vintage Spring Basics Collection.

Thank you so much for visiting the Maja Design Blog today!

With love,

Congrats

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Posted by Lenet Mos

12 March, 2019 - ,

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Hello Lenet here , today I bring you this masculine card made with papers from the Denim and friends collection, and some car pictures from the vintage romance honeymoon sheet.

This card can be used for a birth day but also as a congratulations card for someone who just got his drivers license.

In fact I made this one with the intention to play along with challenge  that wanted a congratulations with your drivers license card, but you had to use the given sketch too.

I was so busy making this card I totally forgot about the sketch. Oh wel I just make another one .

Masculine card *Enjoy it*

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Posted by Evgenia Petzer

7 March, 2019 - ,

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Hello dear friends, Evgenia Petzer with you today. Another masculine card  from me on the blog today. Its quite a universal card for lots of occasions, as I can see.

close ups:

some bits of Kraft, black, dark brown colors. Some stitching, die cutting

I have used the stylish Denim and Friends collection:

Have a great day,

Happy birthday!

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Posted by Camilla Støen Bakke

2 March, 2019 - ,

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Hi everyone! It’s Camilla here today, showing you a card made with the wonderful Summertime papers.

I have made a birthday card, and used a lot of dies. The cake in the middle is made with a Magnolia die, using kraft cardstock and beautiful Summertime papers.

The white spots are Frantage.

The small butterfly is cut out from a Vintage Spring sheet.

The beautiful texts are from Stempelglede. I have stamped them with Memento – Rich cocoa.

Here you get a closer look at the papers and small details. The flowers are also cut out with Magnolia dies. I have added some Sisal grass under them, and painted with white Gesso here and there. The two stamps are Maja Papers cut out with a die. I ink the edges with Walnut Stain.

Thank you so much for visiting the Maja Design blog today!

With love,