When did you discover paper craft, and why do you still create within this craft?
I was looking for a way to conserve the pictures of my family and I discovered the blog of a scrapbooker well known in France on the web. I fell in love with this art and, since this day, I have not been able to spend a day without thinking in paper craft.
Today I can not do without because it gives me the opportunity to express myself, to imagine and create memories for my children.
Where do you find inspiration to your work?
I get inspiration from my two children and my dear husband. But also, from my feelings, my joy, my fear, my nostalgia. Seeing beautiful products, brands and blogs are also very inspiring.
Where, and when do you prefer to create, and how do you prefer to have it around you?
It can be at any time! When inspiration comes! But always in my scrap room, with coffee and music.
How does your scrap place usually look like?
I'm lucky to have a scrap room just for me. It is often messy but when I create I need to have everything at my fingertips.
Do you have any favorite Prima - Ingvild Bolme line products?
I am a big fan of Prima - Ingvild Bolme products! Impossible to choose one!
My project can be more shabby or more vintage, each product brings a special touch, so refined and original. Flowers and papers are also essential for me!
Now let's take a look at Flo's amazing work;
A Little Birdie Told Me...
Above; A wonderful winter layout done by the talented Floliescrap! I am amazed by the design on this layout, truly special and so unique. Love the squares and the different depths and all layers that together makes a perfectly designed layout! And her choice of colors are just breathtaking!
Above; A close-up showing some of Flo's amazing layering and awesome depths in her work! I love how she in a very unique way captured a little special moment by adding the same photo twice in layers. The Junkyard Findings "Clock Hands" are also added twice in layers in the Shabby Chic Resin Treasures window frame; so cool idea! At the right you can view a Junkyard Findings "Typo Bulb" used with the word "enjoy" on.
Above: The Junkyard Findings "Typo Bulbs" Flo used on her amazing layout above. These are bulbs made of strong and "unbreakable" material, and are flat on the backside, perfect to be added to all kinds of crafty projects! To order, please contact Prima at www.primamarketinginc.com
Above: The Junkyard Findings "Clock Hands" which Flo so creatively added as some of her small details to her amazing layout. To order, please contact Prima directly at www.primamarketinginc.com
Live Your Dreams
Above: Junkyard Findings "Clock Faces" which Flo used on her works. Available for orders at Prima at www.primamarketinginc.com !
Above: The Shabby Chic Metal Treasures "Bird Cages" used on Flo's wonderful work!
Above: Another wonderful layout done by Floliescrap! I am amazed by how creative she is, wonderful details over and over again, can't get tired of looking at it.
Above: Look at this wonderful detail made by mixing Junkyard Findings "Small Typo Bulbs" and Shabby Chic Resin Treasures wings from "Angel Wings"! These wings are originally together with the heart she used on the layout "Live Your Dreams" presented above, but comes as 3 loose parts and can be used separately in many different ways just as Flo shows us an wonderful example of here!
Above: Another wonderful flying "Typo Bulbs" made by mixing the bulb with resin wings from "Angel Wings" from the Shabby Chic Treasures! Clever idea Flo! Also take a look at her amazing details on the background papers, wonderful textures made by using different techniques.
Flo is for sure an amazing artist. She don't only create wonderful layouts, but her different projects are just as amazing, and I have the honor to show you a few of them here:
Above; Well, here I kind of feel that my description is kind of "overflow", I just don't have words to describe this amazing project. The photo describes itself how amazing this project is, just look at it!
I am so proud and honored to see lots of products from Junkyard Findings, and the bird from Shabby Chic Resin Treasueres used on this incredible project!!!
Above; A close-up of the wonderful handmade wagon, showing some of all the Junkyard Findings "Gears" used as some of all her details added to this amazing project.
Above: The top of Flo's handmade wagon, a wonderful detailed clocks made of lots of pieces from the Junkyard Findings! And look at how the little Shabby Chic Resin Treasures bird sit an look at everything.
Above: Have you ever seen a handmade gramophone made of scrapbook products? Well, at least now you have! It seems like there are no creative limits when Flo starts to work, this piece of art is another work that leaves me totally speechless!
Above: A close-up showing her handmade gramophone, where she again used the Junkyard Findings "Gears" together with loads of other great products to create all the wonderful details. I love how she made it looks like all the butterflies are fluttering around.
Above; Floliescrap even made a matching card to her project, so beautiful!
Above: The Junkyard Findings "Gears" that Flo used on several of her projects in this Blog Guest Designer post.
Well, I hope you are all just as amazed as I am by Floliescrap's work in this post. Please make sure you drop by her blog here to see more of her amazing talent and learn to know her a bit more, and please leave her some love.
Thank you so much everyone for visiting, and a extra speciual thanks to Floliescrap for sharing her works with us and for being my guest today! Thanks everyone, and have a wonderful weekend!
*hugs and smiles*