Hello our blog fans. The wedding season has started. That’s why is a time for using the “Sofiero” Collection again. It’s one of my favourite papers to use for this occasion. Today I created two cards :
Good morning, Maja Friends, welcome to the blog today 🙂
Today is St. Valentine’s Day, a celebration of love and devotion. What a better way to celebrate love and devotion than a marriage? And what a better way to celebrate a marriage than to use the Celebration collection? 🙂 And so I combined the two and created this wedding exploding box:
Perhaps the colour palette I chose is not a typical wedding set of colours, but they look so elegant to me! For the outer sides I decided on the dark brown roses pattern and added a mauve-sand flower cluster on the top lid:
Traditionally, inside walls are decorated with delicate patterned papers and have little theme pockets to put money gifts into: for a new house, for a honey moon, for a crib and the fourth wall is for writing in wishes:
In the centre I placed an intricate chipboard cake that I decorated with a lace bow and mini roses in matching colours:
I really like the way the box turned out, elegant and light! What do you think?
And here’s the list of my supplies:
Maja Design papers:
Other: flowers: Wild Orchid Crafts; dies: Spellbinders; chipboard: Wycinanka.pl, ribbon, lace: my stash.
And that’s all for today, thank you for visiting and see you soon!
Welcome and a very happy New Year to you. Tina with you today to share my project for January.
This layout was inspired by the Dusty Attic Moodboard for the month. I saw it and immediately thought Maja and stylish elegance. And what better way to display all of these than with a wedding photo. A very special photo of my little family from quite a few years ago. But this photo I feel captures all that our day was…..pure happiness and love.
I hope you enjoy this!
Every now and then I come across a patterned paper that really projects gorgeousness in itself. And this piece I selected from the Walking in the forest collection is one of those that I am talking of. It was really all I needed to create this project with …….and em
Flannel Shirt bs
This piece which I find just gorgeous with the suttle foliage at the side I find really elegant. My background was stencilled with some hearts and accentuated using paints and texture paste. I also added a very small amount of stamping.
You can see above the minty colour paint I used to help the photo pop from the page.
I did some layering of chipboards to create a base for my photo to sit upon. I then clustered flowers and lace leaves around this to bring the photo to attention.
Here you can see more layering upon the gorgeous piece of Flannel Shirt bs.
And a few more photos from different views…………..
Above you can see the background hearts which have been dressed and heat set to create dimension.
Here you can see the gorgeous 49andMarket flowers. These have been layered and clustered around the chipboards.
I have also added some hand dyed soft leaf lace to help soften my project.
Well that is all from me today. I hope you have enjoyed your visit. See you again next time and happy scrapping.
Good morning, Maja Friends, welcome to the blog today!
Did you celebrate the World Cardmaking Day last Saturday? I did, and among the cards I made I couldn’t miss using Maja papers! 🙂 And here it is:
But this time I selected the “plain” sides of sheets, as sometimes I like them even more than the patterned ones 😉 I layered two sheets from the Vintage Summer Basics and I simply LOVE how this 1946 sheet gives the perfect pastel shabby background with those white lines! I’m a rather poor media user and I would never ever brush the background myself to get those lines 😀
I added the wreath pattern using a stencil and white texture paste, then mounted the embossed sentiment circle in the centre and surrounded it with flowers. Then I added a lace bow and some bling 🙂
And I really love how dimensional it turned out!
So sometimes those plain papers are as gorgeous as petterned sheets when it comes to a perfect background, don’t you think?
And here’s what I used:
Maja Design papers:
Other: stencil: Agateria; stamp: Lemonade: flowers: Wild Orchid Crafts; lace, bling: my stash.
Thank you for visiting today and see you later!
Good morning, Maja Fans, welcome to the blog today 🙂
This month Maja Design joins creative forces with Petaloo, so for my today’s projects I included some of their beautiful flowers. So my first card is baby girl baptism card:
This is a twin card with the boy’s version I created following the beautiful palette of our September Moodboard challenge. It shares the same design and even stamp, of course coloured in girly pink, and features little pink Petaloo flowers:
Just like in the boy’s card, I coloured the image with Distress inks and embossed the sentiment with golden ep:
The other card is a wedding one:
For this card I selected brown patterns of the Vintage Autumn Basics papers and beige Petaloo flowers:
Ti finish my card off, I added some liquid pearls swirls and accented details with glitter:
And here’s what I used for my cards:
Maja Design papers:
Other: Flowers: Petaloo (Forgetmenots and Mixed Blossom in antique mauve and antique beige); chipboard: Scrapiniec; stamps: Whiff of Joy, Lemonade; dies: Crealies, Magnolia; lace: my stash.
And that is all for today, join us for the Moodboard challenge and keep stopping by our blog for inspiration every day 🙂
See you later!