Winter Home Decor Shaker Box


Posted by Jennifer Snyder

24 November, 2019 -

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Jennifer Snyder here to share a project I made using the new Holiday in the Alps collection.  This is such a gorgeous collection to see up close, with amazing patterns, rich reds and frosty blues.
I created a home decor decorated box to fill with candy or a small gift.  This box is unique because the lid has a beautiful shaker finishing the top of the box.  The coordinating patterns in the Maja Design collections are always perfect for fabulous layered projects.
Here are the papers used on this decorated box:
Let it Snow ( A and B side of paper)

 The box has been decorated using a combination of chipboard snowflakes from Creative Embellishments, and 3D Buttons from Buttons Galore and More.

I’ve added a vintage shaped snowflake shaker from Creative Embellishments to the top of the box that completes the frosty winter theme of the box.
If you look at the bottom of the image below, you’ll see a strip of paper around the edge of the box lid.  This is one of those wonderful  decorative edges that Maja places on the bottom of all sheets of  paper. One side of the strip has the paper collection name and bar code.  The other side always has a delightful pattern.  I try and save the strips because they are perfect for finishing touches on projects and cards.
Thanks for stopping here.  I wish you a wonderful holiday Christmas season and happy crafting.

Sweet Valentine Set


Posted by Jennifer Snyder

9 February, 2019 -

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Jennifer Snyder here to share a Valentine’s gift set.  The gorgeous raspberry pinks in the Maja Design Summertime collection are perfect for Valentine’s Day.
My gift card set was created with a cool shadowbox die from Spellbinders  and the card was made with a heart die from Spellbinders.
Below is a look at the papers I used for the Shadowbox.
Smell the Roses
In the Garden Die Cuts
Flowers Everywhere (B side)
The beautiful flirty bicycle image is from the die cut sheet in the Summertime collection.
The flowers were custom made using another Spellbinders die and cut from papers from the Summertime collection.  Perfectly coordinated.
Next I made a matching card to accompany the Shadowbox Valentine.  The card was made using the following papers:
Flowers Everywhere
Garden Bouquet (B side) .


Thank you for stopping here.  I hope your day is filled with love and joy and crafty delights from Maja Design.

Christmas Card Gift Wrapped


Posted by Jennifer Snyder

17 November, 2018 -

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Have you started getting your Christmas card list together?
Jennifer Snyder here today to share my card for the holiday season featuring an older collection from Maja Design while I wait to receive the new Christmas collection  “Christmas Season .
Below is a preview of the gorgeous new collection, “Christmas Season “.
The new collection is shipping now, so stay tuned.  You can shop for the newest collection using the Store Finder link.
While I anxiously wait for the new collection, I will play with one of the classics.
I am using  Maja Design It’s Christmas Time Collection. These are the specific papers I chose:
 Christmas Shopping
Festive Season
I love the rich warm colors of this vintage collection.  It’s truly looks like pages from Christmas past.
I used some chipboard embellishments from Creative Embellishments that have been simply painted.
Finish the card with some holiday gems and it’s starting to look like Christmas.

  Thanks for stopping.  May your Christmas and Holiday season be filled with love and Maja Design papers.

Summertime Sweet Seaside Card


Posted by Jennifer Snyder

21 August, 2016 - ,

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Hello.  Jennifer Snyder here to share a card I made for my sister.  My husband and I adore the ocean and beach.  Each summer, my sister kindly lets us stay at her vacation home in Florida near the ocean.  This is my “thank you” to her for opening her vacation home to us.
 My card features the Summertime collection by Maja Design – especially the die cut sheet.  Look how darling the image is?  

Having fun bs Cute summer dress Cute summer dress bs By the sea - Diecuts

 I embellished the card with some die cuts of my own from Spellbinders and Joy Crafts in a nautical theme.

Because I used the sweet image from the die set, no need to add many other embellishments.  I let the papers do most of my “talking”.  



Thanks so much for stopping here to visit.   You can use the helpful Store Finder link to shop for your Maja Design collections.  The link can be found here.


Mini-Wedding Album


Posted by Jennifer Snyder

11 July, 2016 -

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Hello. Jennifer Snyder posting today to show off the gorgeous Vintage Romance collection.  This is a mini-album wedding card that I created with the absolutely fabulous Maja Design Vintage Romance collection in conjunction with some dies and stamps from JustRite Papercrafts.   
Birth of a Mini Album
Mini-albums are really not something I enjoy – and truthfully this project didn’t start out as a mini.  It had its humble beginnings as a card. 
 I pulled out my Maja Design papers and tried to figure out which sheet I’d use for a card – really tough choice – impossible almost, since the Maja Design Vintage Romance collection has too many gorgeous papers.   I tried die cutting a few of the sheets to decide which ones I liked best for my card.   It got crazy at my house – more indecision – more die cuts – more beauty – more confusion.   Finally I looked at the beautiful elegant pile of die cuts on my desk and realized I didn’t need to decide.  A mini-album was born. 
This is the front of my card.  As you can see, I punched a hole in all the pages and ran a binder ring through them.  Easy.  ( Just make your life easy and punch all the holes at one time in a stack so they all match up and are perfect).    

Page 2 – the inside page is a graphic from the sheet of Ephemera Cards from the collection.
Isn’t this sheet of Ephemera Cards just divine?  
  Page three and four were sort of made at the same time.   I cut the oval from one sheet of Vintage Romance, then added lace to the back of the negative space.    The actual die cut oval was then used on page four as the focal point.  


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