We’re thrilled that Graphic45 is now one of our suppliers, and they are becoming a fast favourite brand amongst our own design team. Enjoy these awesome projects they have compiled for you.
Jilly van Iperen found the Graphic 45 Olde Curiosity Shoppe papers were almost too easy to work with. Here she's turned them into a mixed media book by cutting and stitching a careful selection of the papers onto cotton batting.
With an insatiable attraction to all things a little left of centre, Jilly van Iperen couldn't resist the Graphic 45 Old Curiosity Shoppe Range. Here she's taken one of the 5x5 Kraftboard Shadowbox and Kraft Album and turned it into her own little box of the absurb.
Jane was super excited when she found out Aussie Scrap Source was stocking this brand, as she is a BIG fan of Graphic 45 because vintage is her thing!!The images on the Botanica sheet are perfect sizes for cards with a wonderful collection of pictures.
Jane has a bit of an obsession with birds and flamingos are a particular favourite! Jane used a range of Distress Inks to create this colourful collage. One of the leaves was cut from the rainforest paper and inserted behind the floral postage image to keep to the tropical theme.
Louise W created this beautiful little Graphic 45 Kraft mini album and box for a friend who's expecting a baby shortly. She's created boxed frames from strips of cardstock to allow the recipient to put her own photos inside and added ribbon inside the box to hold the book in place. A light layer of white gesso and some pink distressing ink sets the look while fussy cut G45 Little Darlings and Olde Curiosity Shoppe papers combine with G45 metal flowers and some small Prima roses to add the detailed touches.
We loved this gorgeous little printers tray created by the talented Nancy Wethington. She's created a set of intricate little scenes using the Olde Curiosity Shoppe range along with lots of cute little oddities and embellishments.
This first beautiful layout by artist Yuka Hino was created with the Little Darlings range and is full of amazing little touches that we adored. The laced heart and fussy cut detailing co-ordinate perfectly with the soft vintage distressing and layering to bring together a simply stunning page.
This second layout by Yuka brings a more masculine feel but features her signature fussy cutting and inking. She cleverly draws your eye to the photograph with clustered details and dimension.