Hello Lenet here, and today I bring you this mini album made using the Vintage Autumn Basics collection.
It’s a triangle arcordion Minialbum. Big word for a little album.
The front cover has a shakerwindow’. The album is closed with a sheerribbon
When you open the album It looks like this . It has a lot of pockets where I tucked some pretty things.
It has two sides , one feminine side and one masculine side.
Here you see the feminine side of the album with pinks and roses.
In the pockets are 3 big labels en 3 smaller labels , A mini album with four pages and a little envelope for a small maybe love letter .
And here you see the masculine side of the album
And just like the feminine side this side has 3 big and 3 smaller labels , a mini album with for pages and a little envelope for keepsakes.
I hope you like this minialbum an that it gives you some inspiration.
Thank you for visiting and hope you come back.
Hello Sweet maja Fans,
Today I bring you this little project made with last years christmas collection Traditional Christmas. . I love this collection with it’s cute christmas gnomes theme.
We have a magicalnew Christmas collection but I had not recieved it yet when I made this.
I did a lot of fuzzy cutting for this one. It’s a matchbox with a tiny shakerdome on top of it.
To make this I used the matchbox die and the mini domes from Tim Holtz.
A close up from the shaker dome , with the tiny gnome and some glittersnow in it.
When you open the match box you wil find some little labels in it , wich are perfect to use as little giftlabels for the christmas presents.
Here you see the labels , with again fussy cutting.and gnomes.
I hope you like my little project.
Stay safe and hope to see you back soon.
Hello. Jennifer Snyder here sharing a large shaker tag made for my granddaughter to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. She’s 9 months old and this is her first St. Patrick’s Day – which happens to be a big deal in my household because my husband is in a band that features Irish music for the local pubs in New York, where we live.
This is my interpretation of “baby Irish” – using Maja Design’s classic Fika collection, still my favorite collection for it’s rich chocolate browns, , creams, greens and purples. Just thinking about it makes me feel like a chocolaty treat.
Here are the images and papers I used from the collection: Chokadmuffins, Favoriter, Apple, Kärleksmums
Now then, don’t those beautiful paper images don’t make you hungry? Yum.
Here is a close up of the beautiful papers and the chipboard teddy bear shaker from Creative Embellishments. It’s filled with shaker mix from Buttons Galore, to help make the shaker “come to life”. The shaker mix adds that “bit’o lucky charm”, as my husband would say.
Thank you for stopping here today. Enjoy.