Well, I'm absolutely certain my blog title just gave it away *lol*!! I'm here today (after a long hiatus at that) to share some projects I've made using Prima products over the years I've been scrapbooking. There's something about Prima that keeps one spellbound and definitely in awe.
Prima, like many of us, has come a long way. From simple, general scrapbooking and card making, it now caters for beginners to the ever famous mixed media enthusiats! I shall not take up more time, do have a look at what I have to share! ;)
Today I'm sharing with you lovely crafters on how the Happy Camper & Friendly Forest lines go so well together. As the theme for the projects revolve around being thankful, I'd like to share with you'll a layout I created featuring the two blessings in my life, my baby girls :) I am thankful for having them in life. They bring immense joy and never fail to lift my spirits on a trying day. Here's my layout featuring them..
Hello there! Sharm here to share with you a notebook I altered using the lovely chipboard frame by I Kropka and Prima Marketing Papers.
I basically cut a 4x6piece of patterned paper, adhered it to the cover of the notebook.
Then, I picked out the frame of my choice and removed the centre oval piece. I decorated that piece with a cut out image of the fairy and further worked on the vines and flourishes of the frame by applying acrylic paint, twinkling h2os and silks.
Once dried, I placed in onto the front cover and went on to embellish with handmade flowers and fussy cut details.
Hi there chipboard lovers and fellow crafters! :) As you indulge in a warm cup of cocoa while you do some blog hopping, I have a little altered project to share with you today. You know those little, teeny tiny hangers that come with children's clothes? Well, I have turned it into a photo hanger!
It took quite a bit of work to put this into place, but I completely love the end result and I hope you will too!
Just to share how I made it:
1) I picked out the chipboards that I wanted to use. I used gesso on them and for those that I wanted to further decorate, I applied mod podge and dipped in a bowl of glitter. I also topped it off with glitter paint by Martha Stewart and Distress Paints
2) I cut a piece of metal chain into 2
3) Next, I attached one end to the hanger, while at the other, I added little wooden pegs
4) I embellished some transparent photo frames by Crate Paper with some ephemeras from Maggie Holmes' Open Book Collection