Hello Maja Fans.
Lenet here today,As we look outside in nature we can see Spring is just around the corner. The early snowdrops are in bloom and the crocus and
grape hyacinth are showing so won”t be long to be there too.
I even saw some some Daffodils in full bloom . At the shops and markets are selling the first tulips, for me that is the real sign that it will be spring soon.
So I made you this lay out using some delicate flowers and green buds ready to burst.
Here a close up, the little dark pink flowers are real dried flowers I saved from a bouquet my Husband gave me for our 25th anniversary.
so I got flowers and craft supplies in one.
For this layout I used the Vintage Summer Basic collection. Flowers from 49 and market and from my stash and cheesecloth .
Sentimenst are from Tim Holz small talk. the doilys are made with a summer feelings die from Studio Light.
Thank you for visiting, I hope you like what I made for you.
Hello Maja Fans
Lenet here and today I have this layout for you .
For this layout I used the wonderful new collection Little street Cafe and the monochromes Shades of cafe.
I love this collection because it brings some color into these gray and rainy days .
I think we all are very busy with all the preparations we have to do with all the festivities this December month brings especially Christmas.
I love Christmas and am one of the people that starts thinking about it in the summer when I enjoy the sun outside in my garden .
But to take a break of all the Christmas that is going on right now , I thought I make something for you that has nothing to do with Christmas at all.
I felt for flowers and color so I came up with this layout.
The flowers I used are from Prima Marketing and Wild orchid. The swirl-leaf chipboards from Creative embellishments and colored with Tim Holtz distress powders Tea dye and Peeled paint.
The bling stones are Amethyst Squares sheen Gemstones from Nuvo and the sentiments from the small talks booklet from Tim Holtz.
The cheesecloth on the back of the picture is colored with SweetClover glimmermist from Tattered Angels.
I hope you like what I made for you , thank you for visiting and make shure you come back for more wonderful inspiration made by the other Maja Girls.
Hello and welcome Maja Design friends. Tina Ollett with you today to share a moodboard inspired creation. As you may already be aware, Maja Design’s moodboard challenge is now up. Here is a glimpse for those who have not as yet seen it. Absolutely stunning!! A big thankyou to Marie Janson for all of her creativity putting these together every month.
And this is my take on the gorgeous moodboard using the new release collection of Holiday in the Alps.
I have titled this layout “Merry Christmas”. I hunted for a photo fit for this project for a long time. I had to dig very deep and then come across this. I cannot ever remember seeing this photo amongst my pics but there it was. A photo of all 3 of my beautiful children caught in the moment of opening gifts on Christmas morning. So many beautiful memories are bought about by this photo. Isn’t it a beautiful thing that as scrapbookers we can relive the moment when creating.
Anyway more about the project. I have as previously mentioned used the new release designed by the very talented Marie Janson…. “Holiday in the Alps”. She has created an absolutely amazing collection. I am not huge on Christmas but this collection just rocked my world. I can see myself doing lots more in the coming weeks. Below are the papers I have used.
I used the striped paper “Snowmen” as my background pieces and tore the blue sheet Snowflakes to sit through the middle of the project and the remaining pieces were made as photo matting for my two photos. I also decided a little bit later to add in some brown. So I added in the patterned paper “A New Year”.
On my background I added in some texture paste through Dusty Attic’s Starry Night stencil and then sprinkled over Sparkling Dust from Dress My Craft.
I have framed my photos using some gorgeous ornate frame chipboards from Dusty Attic. These were dressed in acrylic paints and inks. I also added in a couple of the Swirly frames and cut them into several pieces. They were dressed in Liquid Pearls and sprinkled over with Sparkling Dust.
I found some gorgeous silver branches whilst out shopping this week which fit perfectly for this project. I didn’t even have to colour them. Just cut and adhered.
I have also added in some gorgeous little pinecones. These were spritzed in an irridescent clear spray and dusted with Sparkling Dust.
So that is it. A little bit of Christmas inspiration using this month gorgeous moodboard. I hope you find time to join us in the challenge. Thankyou so much for popping by here today and taking the time to look. We appreciate it.
Until next time take care and happy scrapping.
Good morning, Maja Fans, welcome to the blog today 🙂
I’m sure you have already seen our latest release, the Holiday In The Alps collection! 18 gorgeously vintage patterns, introducing the winter season with Christmas images and scenes of winter holidays in the Alps, feature only 3 colours, but still give rich and varied background for you winter and Christmas projects. But not only! Just take a look at my today’s layout:
Not a sign of winter, Christmas or even sports 😀 I used theme-neutral patterns to create this fun boy page with photos of my godson.
I layered three papers, tow of them hand-torn to create uneven, distressed edges and on that background I placed my photos and decorated them with flowers and metal embellishments:
I die-cut the title word in glitter foam and placed it upon a chipboard heart:
As a finishing touch I added some buttons here and there and splashed the layout with white acrylic paint.
I really like the way it turned out, light and cheerful 🙂 What do you think?
Here’s what I used:
Maja Design papers:
Shade of the Alps – Pine cone
Shade of the Alps – Frost-bs
Other: die: My Favourite Things; flowers: Prima, Wild Orchid Crafts; metal embellishments: mitform; chipboard: scrap.com.pl
Are you going use this collection for Christmas/winter projects only, or do you tend to use themed collections for other occasions too?