We've made in StampARTic for several years.
Last year I could not make it, but this.
A huge THANKS to Maja Design for the honor
of crafting with the lovely Maja papers.
Such joy they bring.
Lovely every single one of them.
Happen to make one of the drawers to the drawer
below a little too big so I turned that to a chest instead.
If it would be interesting I can show how I did.
I like making boxes and this is probably my favorite.
It looks nice how ever one do.
And with a lovely plaid it's even better.
As first I saw that paper I wanted to make it to a box.
This box is also a favorite. Tried one last year but then I got sick.
But I made 2 bigger boxes instead of 2 small and 1 big.
How nice to make a bigger piece with a lot of these.
Have to get some more matching papers and try.
Thought first of making a advent calendar but
did not want to use all the lovely Maja papers on making it.
I settled with some different, one for every advent.
The poinsettia is made with Magnolias Poinsettia DooHickey die.
A little darker color on the tips of the leaves makes a more interesting flower.
Add some gold creme and Puffy Velvet too and it looks like these.
A garland with the nice pennants from the cut-out sheet.
So you know these small strips on the edge of the papers.
Why cut them of?? Just love the result with it on.
Ordered some of the new Magnolia dies a couple of months ago.
Finally got them on Thursday.
The snowflake is one of them.
Santa stamp from Bo Bunny.
The inside is easily fixed with small strips of another paper.
To cover the paper name and other info.
Which could be an interesting element on it´s own but not today.
That was my day of fun at StampARTic.
Fun, fun, fun to make lovely things with lovely papers.
Have you not tried Maja Design paper before.
Do, cause you will not be disappointed.
Speaking of fun.
Earlier in November we made an article in
StampARTic for Lili of the Valley.
Fun to work with.
Have been a little too busy to show them here
so I throw in them now too.
Like making stars 3d.
And it´s so easy.
Just crease and fold a flat star
and you have a 3d star.
This did not make the article so you are the first to see it :).
That was all for today. :)
Happy 1st advent.