Already teenager!

Good morning Maja friends! It seems like the autumn is here, today it’s raining and it’s windy. A perfect day to stay indoors and to make some new cards!


Last week my niece turned 13. Already teenager, time flies! This card I made for her birthday with papers from “Life by the Sea”.



The card is decorated with tags, cheese cloth, doily, lace, washi tape and flowers.


I have painted the chipboard red and the image of the Converse shoes I have found on the internet. The text is made with Dymo.


Wish you all a lovely day! Hugs, Heidi


Couple of Fika cards

Hello dear friends! Its Evgenia Petzer with you today. In Russia we celebrate the first day of Autumn and also its a beginning of a school year at Russian schools. I personaly love autumn, I love its warm colors and the Fika collection is a perfect thing for these autumn days. Although I am not a coffe lover, i love tea and this collection brings me the sense of rich fovors of tea as well. I love making cards and while making them I also enjoy my cup of tea.

So here are my 2 cards that I made, both of them use Dusty Attic chipboard as well.

I created that little wreath from raffia myself and decorated it with matching flowers.



The chipboard I had primed with the gesso and than coloured with acrylic Dusty ATtic paints and sprinkled it with the microbeads on top, while it was still wet.

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I have used the wonderful Fika collection for both of the cards:

Have a lovely day, Evgenia.

I have a crush…the summer crush!

Good morning Maja friends!

Today I have played with the new papers from the Summer Crush collection. I just love the colors and pattern of these papers!



I have used the papers “He gives her flowers” and “Dancing the Bop”.

This is a folded card made as a type of easel card. The inspiration to the folding I found on the Pinterest.


Together with the lovely Maja papers I have decorated the card with a vintage image found on the internet, a doily, cheese clooth, lace, flowers, leaves, chipboards and pearls.



I wish you all a great summer day! Enjoy :-)


Baby Handmade Frame


Hello Maja fans! Today I would like to showcase a super easy project that even the kids can do. This project is a handmade frame using just two pieces of 6 x 6 pattern papers and some embellishment. For my frame, I’ve used Maja Design 6 x 6 Vintage Baby collection.

Here are the simple steps.

First, choose two pieces of 6 x 6 pattern papers. For the paper on the front, cut out a window. (Note: the size of the window should be a little smaller from the size of your photograph. You can trace your photograph on the paper and cut the window a little smaller)

Glue three edges of the two papers together. Left one of the edges open for inserting your photograph later.

To make sure your photograph stays in the middle of the frame or in the correct position, simply just hand stitch a line underneath the window horizontally across the frame.

Lastly, just add some embellishment around the frame.


Here you have it, an easy and simple frame! It can be used as a home decor or even as a gift for a friend. Hope you all like today’s simple project tutorial. See you all soon!

Supplies Used: Pattern Papers: Maja Design 6 x 6 Vintage Baby Collection; Others: Petaloo flowers, white gel pen, Clear Scraps acrylic and mask, adhesives.


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Special Guest Feature

Hi sweeties!

Today we are going to share some fabulous work by Kristina Peshko.
Kristina is one of our most dedicated and talented fans and we really adore her creations.
Hope you’ll like them as much as we do..! (And psst – don’t forget to let her know..!)


“Hello! My name is Kristine Peshko. I am very happy to be a guest at your favorite spot in your blog. Maja Design is the paper that inspires me always! When I do something, everything goes by itself. For me it is an endless pleasure of working with paper, which is thought-out to the last detail! Scrapbooking to me is first of all albums. Paper Maja Design is ideal for albums. I am confident that over the years it will become more valuable. The quality of the paper on top. A collection of designs and sheets are always designed and fit together. I really like doing albums like with photos, working with emotions. So without photos while working on a composition and a certain style. Since I love the mix of media I can not help but note that the paper will withstand all tests. Embossing, sprays, pigments, mediums – in every project I add different techniques, I think, because of my work look more unique. Basically, I do work with a light touch of vintage. And also in the style of Shabby Chic, really like men and eco theme. Lately I’ve been using natural materials and inspired by the nature has given us. Many thanks for the invitation! I wish all readers of the blog of inspiration and creative success!”

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Absolutely wonderful albums..!
Kristina has been using papers from Nyhavn and Vintage Baby.


And some lovely cards..

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To make these cards, Kristina has been using papers from Vintage Summer Basics, Nyhavn, Ska Vi Ta En Fika? and Vintage Spring Basics.


You can see more of her wonderful creations here, at her blog –
Or follow her at Pinterest or Instagram.

A huge thanks to Kristina for sharing her work with us, and a huge thanks to you for visiting the blog today.

See you!


PS. Don’t forget to participate in our latest Giveaway. Use the hashtag #majadesign (or #majadesigninsweden) on your Maja-pictures in social media. Read more about it here.

Welcome, Little Prince!

Hello there, Maja Fans!

I’m so happy you’ve visited the blog today :) I have a sweet welcome baby boy set I made using our beautiful Vintage Baby collection, combining the 12×12 papers and the small pad. The set consists of a photo frame and a matching card.

I selected some blue and beige designs from the collection to fit a boy frame:

mdbbsetI trimmed the papers and layered them and then fixed to a piece of cardboard. I cut out label shapes and made them into tags, I also die-cut sweet stars and decorated the top star with a button:

mdbbset1I made a pocket to fit a 9×13 cm photo by choosing one of the journaling cards, cutting out the central bracket label and matting it with a trimmed piece of paper, mounted on flat 3D dots so that the photo slides in more easily:

mdbbset5I love it when signature strips offer some additional designs you can use to decorate your projects! Here I cut off a piece to add to my “star-flag” :)

mdbbset2One of the signature strips from large sheets is included in the designs of the small pad :) I used it under the photo pocket:

mdbbset3I also made a custom topper by sticking a round epoxy upon a postamp image of a baby and then cut it out. I matted the sticker with another circle and mounted upon a kraft die-cut star:

mdbbset4Then, using some left-over scraps and similar elements, I made a congratulation card:

mdbbset6mdbbset7mdbbset8And finally I put the photo frame into a shadow-box frame and the set is ready to be presented – as soon as the little prince decides to arrive :)

mdbbset0I really like the way the set turned out – and I’m really proud of myself as I managed not to use even a single flower! 😀


Maja Design papers: Vintage Baby: small pad, Sweet little prince, Sweet little prince bs, Cutie, Newborn, Welcome little one, Die cuts, Journaling cards blue. Other: Dies: Sizzix, Joy! Crafts; glitter: Ranger; buttons, pom-poms, twine, cheescloth – from my stash.

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He was singing in the rain!

Good morning Maja friends! I hope you all are enjoying the summer days. This is my last vacation week and I am looking forward to some lazy, but creative days.


Today I have made a card for a man who turns 75. I don’t know him personally, but I have been told that he was a handsome man when he was younger, so I thought this photo of the moviestar Gene Kelly suit the card. Gene Kelly is known from the movie “Singing in the Rain”.


The card is made in vintage style with papers from “Vintage Autumn Basics”.



Together with the lovely Maja papers I have used a lot of old stuff to decorate the card; lace, a slide, Norwegian ration cards from 2nd world war, stamps and a postcard. The text is a stamp and I have also used chipboard, thickers, tags and twine.

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I wish you all a lovely day! Hugs from Heidi




Baby Girl Card

Hello dear friends! Its Evgenia Petzer with you today and I am sharing a baby girl card that I had created for my friends sweet baby girl. I used lots of textures here and lots of layeres and elements.

baby_girl_july_mainsome close ups:baby_girl_july-det1 I have used the Dusty Attic chipboard, also made the die cuts from felt, so its really soft and nice to touch/holdbaby_girl_july-det2I had fussy cut some details and distressed the edges of the papers, the quality and thickness of Maja Design papers is just perfect for this.baby_girl_july-det3 baby_girl_july-det4I used Vintage Baby collection:

Have a wonderful day!


Remember When Card

Remember_When_Card_Irene_Tan_1(resize)Hello Maja Design fans! It’s Irene here with you all today! For today’s project, I would like to share with you all an acrylic card which I’ve created using Maja Design Vintage Baby collection. Don’t you just love the sweet and soft colors of this collection?

Remember_When_Card_Irene_Tan_3For this card, I’ve chosen the soft blue and grey hues pattern papers in this collection. I love the sweet vintage images in this collection. I’ve cut out a mother and child imagefrom the pattern paper to embellish this card.

Remember_When_Card_Irene_Tan_2To add more depths, I’ve used flowers with various tones of blues to decorate this card. For a softer look, I’ve also added lace and twine to this card.

Hope you all like this card! See you all again soon!

Pattern Papers: Adorable-bs, Special Delivery-bs and Special Moment from the Vintage Baby collection; Others: Petaloo flowers, Clear Scraps acrylic card, lace, pearl brad, inks, stamps, adhesives.


Where can you purchase Maja Design Papers?
Maja Design collections are sold all around the world – 33 countries and growing with new stores being added often. Are you looking for a store location that sells Maja collections? Here is a helpful Store Finder link to help you shop. If your favorite store is not on this list, consider asking them to carry Maja Design.
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Summer Cards

Hello Maja Friends, I’ve got a couple of summer cards made recently.

Though I have used Vintage Spring Basics , they have a summer feeling.

EcoCards_ElenaOlinevich_MainI used almost the same products but turned them the other side

EcoCard1_ElenaOlinevichI added some of my favourite embellishments – flowers , dies, lace and ribbons

EcoCard2_ElenaOLinevichThey are quite simple but so perfect for sending the greeting from a country house.

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Products used:

Vintage Spring Basics – 7th of May; Prima Marketing flowers, lace, trims, Spellbinders and Tattered Lace Dies.