Hello Maja design friends. This is Jennifer Snyder sharing a giant hello using Maja Design’s wonderful “Little Street Cafe” collection and coordinating Monochromatic collection, “Shades of Cafe”.
Many collections has complimenting card stock solids that perfectly match the patterned papers.
Here are the patterned papers I used in this card: “Hot Drinks”, “Always Time”.
I love this collection. It’s a personal favorite with it’s rich and robust colors. I paired the papers with a bold die from Spellbinders. My card has also been accented with some flat sided gems from Buttons Galore and More.
Thanks for stopping here for a visit.
Greetings Maja Design friends. Jennifer Snyder here to share a slice of spring (on a card). I thought I would pull out one of my favorite collections, “Little Street Cafe” to bring the golden warmth to the project.
Truly an magnificent collection with it’s rich golds, yellows, rose and creams. These are the papers I used: “Sunshine”, “Feeling Good” plus the “blackberry” solid from the Shades of Cafe, coordinating monochrome collection.
The dies used on the card are new from Spellbinders, Garden Favorites collection. They look fabulous with the gold patterned paper.
Thank you for sharing your time here today. Happy crafting.
Hello Dear Maja Fans,
Hope you all are safe and oke.
Lenet here and today I bring you this Halloween wallhanger made from a wooden doorhanger and papers from the Little streetcafe collection.
I made the moon of the hole in the doorhanger that you use to hang it on your doorknob .
I put some tiny lights from Tim Holtz idea-ology behind the moon so it can really shine.
The chippies are from Scrapaholics and I colored them black with black embossingpowder from WOW. The little bats are dies from wich I don’t know the brand any more.
A close up from the moon. on the back I used the same paper as the moon , the Yellow sunshine sheet.
ThanI put the tiny lights in a way that you won’t see it peeping from behind the full moon.than i clued a piece of mica sheet on the top of the wallhanger before I glued the papers on it and on the mica I gleud the full moon. I cut it a little smaller than the original hole so you would see the light as you turn it on.
I hide the on and of switch on the back of the hanger.
I hope you like my little Halloween project and I wish you a safe and happy Halloween.
See you next time,
Hello Maja Friends,
I’ve a new card to share with you today
Though I am not a coffee addicted person, I am more a tea -lover, however I enjoy creating something with coffee and desserts theme.
well, as you may have noticed I started with fussy cutting the images of a lady, a coffee pot and a few flower bouquets.
I like the berry palette this collection – Little Street Cafe has- and it gives so many opportunities to create with.
beautiful papers remind about how clever we need to spend our time for ourselves
Hope you can enjoy your week end cup of coffee or a cup of tee, and then you will dig into crafting.
Hello Maja Design Friends. Jennifer Snyder here celebrating Spring with some floral cards.
Today I combined two Maja Design collections to create my cards; the Little Street Cafe Collection, Fika collection and Miles Apart. These are the individual sheets from the collections: “Feeling Good” paper from Little Street Cafe; “Be Safe” and “Distance” from Miles Apart; and “Hemgjord saft” from Fika.
The first spring card combines the yellow/gold color from Little Street Cafe with the beautiful purple tones of Fika.
The dies for the flowers are from Spellbinders.
This card uses the papers from Miles Apart. The delicate foliage pattern looks great with pink gingham paper.
I adore gingham as if that were not obvious in the brown gingham ribbon on the first card as well as the pink gingham ribbon on this card.
Thank you for stopping here.