The first bottle message of this summer…

It’s very nice to see how the new collection has travelled all over the world and found it’s way to crafty scrappers. This bottle message was drifting on Facebook, just waiting to be picked up.And here comes two more beautiful cards that Dorota has made…

We thank Dorota for the inspiration and for uploading her creations on our Facebook site. Please contact me at moodboard@majadesign.nu and give me your address and phone number so we can send you a surprise package with goodies.

So don’t forget to upload your creations on our Facebook page. You never know who picks it up!

I found a new bottle message…

It’s been raining so much on the west coast this so called winter so we are nearly floating away. I was walking along the wharf in Uddevalla, just looking at all the beautiful lights lighting up the town when a new bottle message came drifting…Monsie-and-Keenie

Tracy Christine has created this breathtaking layout with photos of her two great aunts. She has used the Vintage Winter and the Vintage Autumn Basics collections. If you want to see more of her gorgeous creations, please take a look in her gallery.

Posting something online is like sending out a bottle message. The posting drifts away on the waves of the blue sea, living it’s life of it’s own. You never know who will pick it up and what that could result in.

From time to time I’m looking for just that. Bottle messages. Postings that drifts on the sea of internet, just waiting to be picked up and become praised.

This time Tracy Christine was highlighted, you could be next. I will send out the Vintage Frost Basics collection to her as encouragement. Jenny

A bottle message came floating…

The leaves are slowly falling to the ground… The kids are laughing and chase them while they jump in every pool of water they can find. Suddenly they stop. Something unfamiliar draws their attention. A little bottle message comes floating and they run to grab it… It’s from Willea, Helena Johansson, and look what she has created for us…

Please stop by Willea’s blog to see more of her wonderful creations, it is well worth the visit.

Posting something online is like sending out a bottle message. The posting drifts away on the waves of the blue sea, living it’s life of it’s own. You never know who will pick it up and what that could result in.

From time to time I’m looking for just that. Bottle messages. Postings that drifts on the sea of internet, just waiting to be picked up and become praised.

This time Willea was highlighted, you could be next. I will send out the new Vintage Autumn Basics collection to her as encouragement. As soon as it has left the printery…Jenny

A summer bottle message

The summer is here and a new bottle message came my way when I was sitting on the pier, swinging my legs in the water. It was a life preserver, created in the most delicate way.
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Created by the so talented Chantal Van Der Horst. Please stop by her blog to see more of her wonderful creations, it is well worth the visit. She has used the Life By The Sea collection that we have based our current Mood Board on.

Posting something online is like sending out a bottle message. The posting drifts away on the waves of the blue sea, living it’s life of it’s own. You never know who will pick it up and what that could result in.

From time to time I’m looking for just that. Bottle messages. Postings that drifts on the sea of internet, just waiting to be picked up and become praised.

This time Chantal was highlighted, you could be next. I will send out the new limited Sofiero collection to her as encouragement.Jenny

I have found another bottle message…

Posting something online is like sending out a bottle message. The posting drifts away on the waves of the blue sea, living it’s life of it’s own. You never know who will pick it up and what that could result in.

From time to time I’m looking for just that. Bottle messages. Postings that drifts on the sea of internet, just waiting to be picked up and become praised.

A couple of weeks ago I stumbled on a true piece of art that I just had to highlight. Created by the so talented Ingrid Gooyer, here is her stunning candle stick.1


She has used Vintage Summer Basics paper in combination with flowers, pearls, lace and true artistic creativity. Such beauty should not go unnoticed, so I’m sending Ingrid the latest Vintage Spring Basics collection as encouragement. 

If you want to see more of Ingrid’s work, visit her blog.

So don’t forget to mention that you have used Maja Design papers when posting your creations online. You never know who will pick up the bottle message…Jenny

Our first Bottle Message

Posting something online is like sending out a bottle message. The posting drifts away on the waves of the blue sea, living it’s life of it’s own. You never know who will pick it up and what that could result in.

Once in a while I’m looking for just that. Bottle messages. Postings that drifts on the sea of internet, just waiting to be picked up and become praised.

This time I found something amazing. A circus wagon made by Malin, aka Lillpiga, built out of papers. This creation is a stunning piece of art and I’d like to share it with you…

She has used Vintage Summer Basics paper in combination with flowers, pearls and tons of creativity. I like to encourage creations like this. So therefor I will send Malin the new Vintage Spring Basics as soon as it has left the press.

If you want to see more of Malin’s work, visit her blog at Lillpiga.

So don’t forget to mention that you have used Maja Design papers when posting your creations online. You never know who will pick up the bottle message…Jenny