Maja Design Christmas In July challenge!

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What could possibly be better then to step inside from the heat and create some Christmas cards to ease the load in November? We are now having a challenge over at Maja Design where you can win ALL Christmas collections carried in stock! We are talking about FOUR collections. Or 72 papers in total.

All information could be found on today’s blog posting at Maja.
Here’s my inspirational creations for this challenge…

This is Osiris looking out our dining room window, chasing snow flurries. He truely loves that window and has been sitting by it every day since we moved in. I have used my favourite Christmas collection by Maja for this layout, Gammaldags Jul. I never get tired of the classic colours and patterns.

Some bling, flowers and texture paste. I have mounted the middle section on 3D foam to be able to put flowers under it.

I’ve also created a mailbox for Christmas cards. This one holds up to 6×6 cards so it’s quite useful. I have used the It’s Christmas Time collection.

I cut out poinsettias with my Gazelle. The smaller ones are 1″, the larger ones are 1.5″. Those are the days when you wish you had smaller hands…

The lid…

I will name what products have been used later down this posting. First I would just like to post some other Maja Christmas inspiration, even if they were not made for this particular challenge…

Christmas card

Box with Christmas carols

Tealight card with tutorial

Christmas has arrived

Supplies used for My Favourite Window
Maja Design Gammaldags Jul collection
Pyntat och Fint
Vackra Paket
Goder Afton
Martha Stewart punch Cherish
Flowers by Petaloo, Prima and Re-collections
Bling by Zva Creative
Texture Paste
Glimmer Mist Tattered Leather
Liquid Pearls
Snowflake punch by Martha Stewart
Retro Flower punch by EK Success
Distress Ink Pad Walnut Stain
Distress Marker Walnut Stain
Supplies used for mailbox
Maja Design It’s Christmas Time collection
6×6 pad
Festive Season
Wrap The Gifts
Christmas Thoughts
Die cut sheet
Star punch by Martha Stewart
Dies by Nestabilities
Distress Ink Pad Walnut Stain
Liquid Pearls
Ribbon slide by Making Memories
Ribbon by Michaels
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