Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Springtime Tea!

A happy hello to all of my crafty friends! I'm presenting today on the Maja Design Blog! I always get so excited about sharing my adoration of these beautiful papers with you. I'm feeling lots of love for the Coffee in the Arbour collection at the moment. Every single paper in the collection brings to mind the joy of a lovely spring day. I prefer tea to coffee, however, so I'm going with a teatime theme. With this 'Springtime Tea' card pastels are combined with a fun pop of bright color.  

Each paper is distressed, layered, and stitched to form the base of the card. The card is designed around the focal image, which is found in the paper collection.

Prima flowers, die cut leaves, glass pearls, and a twine bow round out the embellishments. 

Below is a closer look at the design paper. I know I say this all the time, but it truly is amazing how beautifully the papers work together. Honestly, the hardest part is narrowing down which papers to use. SO many choices!

Thank you so much for joining me today. If you are wondering where you can purchase these gorgeous Maja Design Papers, I have a link to the list of online sellers here. Would you like to win an entire set of Maja Design papers? All you need to do is check out our current Mood Board Challenge here and start creating. I send wishes for a week filled with all things bright and beautiful!

  Maja Design Papers Used: 

Additional Supplies: Magnolia Rose Leaf Die, Prima Flowers, Glass Pearls, Natural Twine, Foam Adhesive, Sewing Machine, Thread.

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  1. What a great colour combination, coffee sitting outdoors in the sunshine sounds good to me! Superb work as ever Nancy.