Hi everyone! Today I have three cards for you. So just a warning, this post will be a bit long. I have used the lovely papers from the Vintage Romance collection for all three cards. One of my favourite collection.
First up is this card.
All three images are coloured with Distress Ink, re-inkers and Markers. All to match the beautiful papers.
I have also used Maja Papers for the bird house and the stamps.
Behind the image I have cut out and placed some fences using Maja Papers. The flowers used are from Wild Orchid Crafts. All images and texts are from Magnolia. The shape of the card is made with a Go Kreate die. Other dies used are from Magnolia and Spellbinders (the ovals and circles).
Under here you can better see how the card is built up.
Now for my next card, more in blue tones.
For the flowers here I have used papers from the latest collection Denim & Girls.
I have also cut out the cute stamps from the Vintage Romance collection.
I have added some Fran-tage here and there, and also painted with white Gesso on the flowers and on the papers.
And here is my lates card.
Here with flowers from Prima and Wild Orchid Crafts.
A close up of the cute text.
And here a better view of how this card is built up.
How cute is this bird house made with Maja Papers?!!
And also some stamps made with the papers.
Thank you so much for visiting the Maja Design Blog!
Hello, our blog fans. I haven’t been here often lately. I’m really sorry. I really hope to post regularly from now on. I received the newest collection but didn’t have time to play with. Today I will show you a really easy card – perfect for any occasion.
I really like to compose a basic background. Combine few collections. Mix & Match is really funny!
I also used to buy digital graphics – like this time I bought the image with birds.
I’m looking forward to working with Denim&Friends. Hope you will like my today’s card. Hugs, Paulina
Hello Lenet here , today I bring you this masculine card made with papers from the Denim and friends collection, and some car pictures from the vintage romance honeymoon sheet.
This card can be used for a birth day but also as a congratulations card for someone who just got his drivers license.
In fact I made this one with the intention to play along with challenge that wanted a congratulations with your drivers license card, but you had to use the given sketch too.
I was so busy making this card I totally forgot about the sketch. Oh wel I just make another one .
Hello Lenet here again ,
Today I bring you this card, with a little tutorial.
For this card you need a piece of paper of 6 by 12 inches.
Score it at 1,5″ – 3″ – 5,5″ and 8 inch. and fold it like the picture below
Than measure 1 inch from top and bottom of the first fold and 0,5 inch from the second like you see in the picture below.
than cut away those parts and you get what you see on this picture.
Now we can start decorating the card.
I took 20 inch lace and glued it in the middle to the front of the first flap. With this I’m going to close the card.
For the front I took a square piece of paper of 2.5/8 inch , and gave it a little pocket by folding a doily around one corner.
And made a little ticket to put in it.
For this card I used the vintage romance collection and took two diecuts from the diecutsheet.
The one with the doves is glued to one half of the second flap /fold , just like the top square other wise you can’t close the card.
of course you can decorate it to your own liking but keep in mind not to use bulky embellishments .
I hope you like my card and my tutorial , happy crafting and till next time.
Baby it’s cold outside! 🙂 We’re just having the first snowfall this season and it really makes you think of Christmas – but before we get into the holiday mood, I have a card to share focusing on different matters:
When life gets busy and we hurry to take care of so many things daily, we often forget to also relax properly. This card is supposed to remind a certain very busy bee to spend more time resting and enjoying life. Shouldn’t we all? 🙂
I made the card using various bits of papers to create a cozy scene with some stamped motives. First I layered some papers to make the walls of the room and then added various stamped images.
I coloured the girl with Distress inks and used the paper piecing technique for the armchair: stamped the image twice, on cardstock and on the patterned paper, cut out the seat, layered the two pieces and then added some shadows to make the seat more dimensional-looking:
I like the way it turned out a little dimensional but still able to go into an envelope 🙂
And here’s the list of my supplies:
Maja Design papers:
Mono Celebration-Muted Fuchsia
Mono Celebration-Muted Fuchsia bs
Royal summer residence – bs
Other: stamps: Whiff of Joy, Inkadinkado; button: Prosvet; pearls: my stash.
And that is all for today, thank you for visiting and see you later!