Pop up card!

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Posted by Camilla Støen Bakke

16 April, 2019 - ,

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Hi everyone! I hope you are all fine! I am having my Easter Holiday now, and the weather is so lovely, sun and warmer day by day. Therefor I wanted to show you a pop up card I made with the gorgeous spring papers from the Vintage Spring Basics Collection.

Perfect papers for any Spring card!

This cute image is from Magnolia. And I have coloured it with Distress Ink, re-inkers and Markers. I think this image is my favorite one.

Here are two hedgehogs playing around.

Here from the side you can see how I have built up the card.

A close up.

And here the card when you close it. I have many layers of papers, so it is quite thick. Hope you like it, and I wish you a wonderful Easter!

With love,

Welcome Baby Cards

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Posted by Maja Nowak

10 April, 2019 - , ,

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Good morning, Maja Friends, welcome to the blog today 🙂

Spring always makes me think about new life after winter (though we all know winter IS coming! 😉 ), and since a couple of my friends are expecting right now, I thought it would be nice to have some welcome baby cards in stock, just to be ready when the time comes! And so in my today’s post I’m sharing a set of two cards I made using a mixture of papers:

I used the same stamp for both cards, only coloured them – as usually, with Distress inks – according to traditional girl’s pinks and boy’s blues. I tried to match the shades of Vintage Baby papers that I used for the top layers of my cards. I also added some Monochromes for the bottom layer. The design is pretty simple: just some curved-edge layered papers:

…a trim of pom-poms, the coloured stamped image in the centre:

…with two little buttons in the upper corner:

…and a touch of glam with ombre glitter and a gold-embossed sentiment:

They are dimensional enough to suit my taste, but slim enough to go into an envelope 🙂

I really like the way they turned out – and look how the baby stamp imagery matches the style of those cute animals in the background 🙂

Here’s what I used:

Maja Design papers:

Other: stamps: Whimsy Stamps, Lemonade; dies: Crea-lies, Spellbinders; pom-poms, buttons: my stash.

 

Thank you very much for visiting us today, don’t forget to drop by tomorrow for more inspiration! See you soon!

Easter Card by Padoriaa

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Posted by Paulina Monasterska-Tronina

5 April, 2019 - ,

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Hello out blog fans. Have you seen the new mood board challenge? This time we have a great color palette for you.  I decided to create an Easter Card. It’s time of the year when I used to create some cards for my mum. She will use them and send to friends living far away. I really love to create Easter Card. Do you like it too? Hope you will like my project. I’m looking forward to seeing your creations.  Have a lovely day, Paulina

Spring Cards with Elena

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Posted by Elena Olinevich

30 March, 2019 - , ,

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Hello Maja Friends,

This Spring is totally great, so war, so sunny, so happy to feel its smell.

I love mixing the collections and this time is not an exception, so again I played with Vintage Basics – Summer and Spring

 

Moreover I took the color sprays and the modelling paste I have in my stash and played a bit on my background, it has been a long since I practiced it last time.

And adding the flowers was the most delightful moment.

But paper layers is primary step for me.

 

Have a wonderful week end.

supplies used:

Vintage Summer and Spring Basics

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