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:
Mono Christmas White
Bundle of Joy – bs
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!
Hello, our blog fans. For the previous inspiration, I have created two childish cards. Today I would like to show you another project – this time I created a card box in the same style. It will be a gift for a Baptism.
I did not create the paper box from the scratches – I’m not so patient. I bought a ready base from a polish producer called GoatBox. The base is really easy to fold and then decorate. Paper came from the Maja’s “Vintage Baby” Collection. I love all type of delicate pattern and pastel colors, recently.
This time I added some structure paste. I didn’t want to make many layers. I have chosen only some chipboards from Scrapiniec and paper flowers. Kept it as simple as possible (I did my best!)
I hope you enjoyed today’s post. If you have any question – don’t hesitate to ask! I wish you a wonderful day. Hugs, Paulina
Hello, our blog fans. Today I would like to present two childish cards. To create this project I used the Vintage Baby Collection. I love the pastel colors and delicate patterns of this collection. I made two cards at the same time – girlish style and card for a little gentleman. Take a look, please:
I will have a small surprise for you. Small video tutorial on my Instagram profile. Let’s check the @padoriaa profile and let me know there if you like today’s project.
Thank you for your attention. Hugs, Paulina Monasterska-Tronina
Hi everyone! Here I am with a baby card. It’s for the Christening of a baby girl named Tiril. I have used gorgeous pink papers from the collection Vintage Baby.
The cute image is from Stempelglede and the collection Vintage Baby.
The whole card is cut out with a heart die from Magnolia. I have craft card stock as a base, and Maja papers on top of it.
The ribbons are sprayed with water, curled up and let to dry. All the flowers, lace and ribbons are from Wild Orchid Crafts.
The butterflies are stamps from Stempelglede which I have painted with Distress Inks.
I have added white gesso here and there, also on the ribbon.
Thank you so much for visiting the Maja blog today!
Hello Maja fans,
Kavitha here today to share my latest baby album made with beautiful Maja design papers.I mixed Vintage baby,vintage spring basics and vintage romance collection to make this album.The album measures 6 by 8 inches and has 6 turns with lots of flips and flaps to hold nearly 40 pictures.I combined blue and brown shades of papers with hint of yellow.Its was lots of fun making this album,i hope you will like it too.
Maja papers used:
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