Sunday, 13 January 2019

Cherish


Hello today I bring you this layout I made for my post on the Maja Design blog.
 
 

I didn’t use one specific collection this time , almost every piece of of paper I used for this layout are leftovers I saved from other projects I made.
Except for the base /background , for this I used Monochromes shades of Celebration -Vintage Teal and  Shades of Sofiero White/Sand.
I always keep every snippet , it’s such a waste to throw away these lovely papers.
I always will find a use for it , Ideal for making cards or a layered layout like this.
You can tuck small pieces behind another pieces and create the illusion of a larger piece that is peeking out from underneath it.
Here I have some close up for you.  The little frames come from the local dollarstore. Doily is made with a doily die from Tim Holtz


The flowers and leaves are from prima and 47 and market , I found the white sitcks in my chrismas decorations.Doily is made with doily die from Prima.


  Thank you very much for visiting , hope you like my layout.
If you leave a comment I know you visited me and I will come to visit your blog to take a look at your wonderful creations.


Thursday, 3 January 2019

One more time Christmas.


First I want to wish you all a very Happy and creative New year. I hope you had a wonderful Holiday Season.
I’m having  a bit of a hard time to say goodbye to it. I always love that time of the year.
So one more Christmas post from me for closure and to start with the new year.

As you see no layout , card or minialbum but  a altered clock. I bought this  one a while ago at the dollar store , and is was waiting for the perfect opportunity  to come along .
When I got the latest collection Christmas Season collection I knew I had to use them for this project.
Here you have a closeup from the top of the clock.





And one close up from the bottom.  The christmas cards are cut out of the Greeting Cards sheet.

And one more from the side.


I hope you like my Clock. I'm going to  keep it at my craft room as a countdown to next Holiday season.