Good morning Maja friends! It’s Heidi with you today and I have a card to share with you.
Today we have a beautiful summer weather and yesterday evening we were celebrating midsummer. Soon I’m starting my summer vacation, and I’m looking forward to long, lazy and warm days!
This card I have made with the papers “The East Cost” from the “Life by the Sea” collection and “King’s Square” from the “Nyhavn” collection.
Together with the lovely Maja papers I have used a vintage image of an angel, laces, pearls, chipboard letters, a metal clip and flowers.
I wish you all a wonderful and creative day! Hugs, Heidi
Hello Maja fans! It’s Irene here again and this time, I would like to take this opportunity to share with you this acrylic frame which I’ve created as a gift for my husband. I’ve used Maja Design’s Life by The Sea collection to create this frame.
Here are some details.
Hope you all like this simple project! See you soon!
Pattern Papers: Maja Design Life By The Sea collection; Others: Petaloo flowers, Clear Scraps acrylic banner, chipboard, pearls, acrylic paint, ink, stamps, adhesives.
Hello everyone! It’s Cathy here on the blog today. I have a layout that I have created using papers from a few collections, Vintage Summer and Life by The Sea. I also used the butterflies from Vintage Spring Basics as embellishments. I used the colours from my photo to determine my papers and went from there.
I used a 2 Crafty chipboard frame and altered it using walnut stain and faded jeans distress inks. The flowers are a combination of Green Tara, Petaloo and Prima flowers which all vary in shades of blue. The background (right) I used antique linen distress ink and The Crafters Workshop Mini Chickenwire reversed stencil to add some texture.
I recently bought a Memory Box banner die called Banner Parade. I die cut some papers from Life By the Sea and alternated them to create this fun banner. I applied some foam tape to each to add dimension.
Hashtags are everywhere these days and I used a chipboard saying from Dusty Attic and played around with it using Walnut Stain and Distress Stain and also Faded Jeans Distress ink to create an ombre effect.
This pennant was a last minute addition to my layout. It was a blank area that just needed something and banners are a great way to fill up a space. I added some hearts which were some left overs …..nothing goes to waste!
Maja Design Papers used:
Thanks for stopping by the blog today!
Good morning Maja friends! It’s Heidi with you here today and I have made a card using my favorite colour combo; blue and brown.
The card is made with papers from the collections “Vintage Autumn Basic” and “Life by the Sea”
The image I have found on the internet. And I have decorated the front page of the card with flowers, lace, tags, twine, a doily, pearls and cheese cloth.
Enjoy your day! Hugs from Heidi
Good morning! Heidi here today sharing a confirmation card with you.
In Norway, where I live, it’s common to have a confirmation at age 15. Many teenagers prefer to get money as a gift for their confirmation day, so today I have made a card with a paper bag inside which can accommodate a gift.
The girl who is going to receive this card love horses. So that is why I have used a image of a girl and her horse.
I have used papers from the collections “Vintage Autumn Basic” and “Life by the Sea”.
Together with the Maja papers I have used corrugated cardboard, doilies, tags, cheese cloth, tulle, lace, twine and flowers.
Inside the card i have used a stamp with text that fits confirmation.
I wish you all a lovely day!
Good morning Maja friends! Heidi here today blogging two cards made with identical papers from the “Life by the Sea” collection.
I have made one masculine card and one that’s made in feminine style.
Together with the papers I have used cheese cloth, a piece of a metal wire and buttons and text stickers.
The picture I have found on the internet.
To make this card I have used different kind of dies, a doily, trim, lace and flowers.
Have you started your Easter holiday? I have, and it’s a great feeling! I wish you all a great Easter!
Hello dear friends! Its Evgenia Petzer with you today, sharing my 2 cards, that I tried to create in a bit more boyish, playful style than I usually do. I absolutely adore the Life by the Sea collection, I think its the best on the scrap-market, yet it was released couple years ago. I think I have used it already so many times, but still can’t get enough of it.
This time I gain made my cards full of details, just teh way I love the cards and all projects to be. I wanted them to be more masculine, so i tried to work without flowers and Used more black colors and added a bit of roughness by creating distressed edges, black splashes.
As Maja Design papers are of a very good thickness, some of the embellishmnets that you can see on my cards are simply fussy cutted from the papers. all of teh chipboard used is from Dusty Attic.
So lets have a look?
I have prepared some detailed shots:
my second card for today (same style, same collection:) I alos have used overlay on it.Here are some close ups:
I have use this collection (Life by the Sea)
The sheets that I have used: Marina, Landmark, the West Coast
Hi Maja Design fans! It’s Irene here again and this time, I’m sharing with you all an acrylic tag which I’ve decorated using the fun Maja Design “Life by The Sea” collection. I’ve created this tag based on the nautical theme of this collection.To create a more interesting look, I’ve cut the tag into two and attach it using a metal hinge to make it more masculine.Love the images printed in this collection. I’ve cut out some of them to decorate around this tag. Supplies: Pattern Papers: Maja Design Life By The Sea collection; Others: Clear Scraps acrylic, crackle accents, micro beads, ribbon, metal embellishment, inks,chipboard, liquid pearls, twine, adhesives.See you soon!
Hello dear friends! Its Evgenia Petzer with you today with a sea-theme inspired project. When its winter in my part of the world, I just love to work with my summer photos, scrapbooking is a perfect way to have your own weather… So today I have prepared a beach layout filled with my memories and natural elements that I brought with me.All the hipboard pieces are from Dusty Attic and as you can see I ave applied some mediums and lots of layers here. Here is the collection that I have used (Life by the Sea), I really have worked with many collections, but this is the best nautical collection I have ever played with.
The list of papers that I have used:
Life jacket, Landmark
Have a wonderful, warm day.