Many of you will already know that we are now stocking fabulous Prima products. We’re thrilled to be able to add their amazing embellishments and flowers to our range, and our DT are thrilled to be able to add them to their layouts!
Here are some samples.
On this stunning layout of her daughter at five, Nic has combined Flights of Fancy and the Shabby Chic paper ranges and has added contrast with a stunning Voila flourish. One of Nic’s tips is to use a small rose and place some adhesive underneath. Place it in the middle of an "Essentials" flower, and scrunch the 'Essentials' flower around the rose, it makes a tidy looking custom made flower!
Janine wanted to use these stunning Prima papers for a boy layout, yes they are still perfect for boy layouts as well. She handcut the branch and bird then used a lot of layers of the Shabby Chic papers for a full design. Janine used the co-ordinating Essentials flowers in Shabby Chic to add texture to the page, as they co-ordinate they blend and allow the page to stil remain “boyish”.
In this layout Janine has used a range of textures to create a delight for the senses. From Donna Downey range of canvas paper, to felt devines and lots of flowers! Janine finds he wonderful thing about Prima’s range is that there are so many fabulous products to embellish your pages with it is hard to know when to stop! They all add that little bit of something extra to a page for a delightful result.
Louise Williams shares this Adore-able layout which showcases masses of Prima goodness. She has used the Pastiche papers, Lilliput and Cameo roses, lamp trim and lace clear stamps, the leaf flourishes stamps and finally added some glitzy details with some Raja flower centres.
Steph has used the beautiful papers from the Watercolor Rainbow Range to achieve this really dreamy look that.
When you mix Prima's pastel papers with the beautiful Prima Butterflies and Flowers, the effect results in something really pretty and feminine. She finished the layout with cut out butterflies from the Shabby Chic Range.
This gorgeous layout also by Steph has a mixture of papers on it from Prima' s amazing line of patterned papers. The beautiful bird and flowers are from the Shabby Chic line, and Steph has mixed these in with papers from the Raspberry Tea story. Spraying Glimmer Mist in a random pattern is a fantastic base to showcase the beauty of the Prima Products and together with their whimsical journalling and alpha chipboards. You can see the combination is just stunning.
With a little coaching from Nic Howard, Suz is beginning to embrace her Prima goddess. Suz created this layout in a recent class taught by Nic in Melbourne using a mixture of Wink and Flights of Fancy papers, and a mix of fabric and paper flowers.
At SIA recently where the fabulous Prima booth had a dress form make and take, Suz familiarised herself further with the amazing range of paper flowers Prima offer and created this rainbow dressform for her daughter.
Finally, Nic Howard has transformed plain shipping tags into breathtaking works of art using Tim Holtz Distress Inks, masks and a wonderful variety of Prima goodness including Belle Arts ranges of flowers and Cameo and Mini Roses.