Today I will share some works I just created for Scrapbookshop in Russia and Sizzix, one layout and one card.
Here is the layout I created yesterday using fun products from the above mentioned brands, and of course loads of Prima as always.
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Above; A close-up of the flower cluster on the layout filled with beautiful Prima flowers. Underneath the flower cluster I "hang" 3 birdcages. One is a Prima stamp, one is a Prima rub-on, and the white one is another product design from one of my Prima collections, the Shabby Chic Metal Treasures, "Bird Cages". In the middle of the cluster I placed a little bird from the Shabby chic Resin Treasures, "Fly Away".The small gears dripping down are from the new Tiny Junkyard Findings, "Clock Parts".
Above; This is the card I made yesterday, using great products from Scrapbookshop.ru, Prima and Dusty Attic!
Above; A close-up of some of the details on the card, showing a beautiful Prima "Belle Artes" rose and one of the new Tiny Junkyard Findings "Special Screws" as shown above in this post. All fussy cuts are done with the Comfort-Craft Tools "Craft Knife", using different Prima pattern papers.
Above; A close-up showing the fun flair button from Scrapbookshop.ru together with the cool chipboard clock from Dusty Attic and lots of Prima embellishments. The white "Ceiling Ornament" is a resin from my Prima collection Shabby Chic Resin Treasures, and the "Clock Hands" are from my Prima collection Junkyard Findings. On top of the clock hand, in the center, I placed a Tiny Junkyard Findings "Special Screws" again, I just love to use these tiny metal pieces!
Above; Please make sure to check out the great flair designs at Scrapbookshop.ru!
Above; The last close-up for today, showing the embellishment on the card from side, how dimensional it is. Check out the cool 3D shape on the "Special Screws" head! This metal piece are flat on the backside, so you don't have to make any holes in your projects or anything, you can just glue them right on! In the right corner you can again see a little gear from the "Clock Parts" pack.
This was all for today. I hope you enjoyed the post, and thank you so much for dropping in! Truly appreciate your visit.
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