Color Philosophy Inks

Prima has a brand new ink line called Color Philosophy. The colors are amazing and the selection of colors will keep you in crafting heaven.

My Prima Planner - In the Moment

Here is my "In the Moment" planner all dolled up for January.

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My Prima Planners

Have you gotten your new My Prima Planner? They are absolutely amazing!

Frank Garcia's Memory Hardward

I created a lovely photo album using Prima's Memory Hardware journal. Click the "read more" tab to see the entire album.

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Christine Adolph Stamps

I love to use stamping to add interest and texture to my crafting projects. I will be sharing my latest project using Prima's new Christine Adolph stamps.

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Friday, October 16, 2015

Pumpkin Time with Graphic 45!

I was inspired by the gorgeous colors of the pumpkins from the “Time to Flourish” October pages and thought I would create a layout where those images could really shine.    I decided to mirror my focal design in the top corner using papers from the 8x8 “Time to Flourish” October pages. This is such a fun look and adds interest to the page.  I used a chalk ink to stamp drips on the page.  Using the chalk ink allowed me to smear the ends of the drips easily.

I used a dark brown background so the colors and images would be beautifully showcased.

Use stamps to create one-of-a-kind effects for your pages.  Using a stamp on my page allowed me to easily add a fun, dramatic element to the overall look of my design.

Graphic 45 Supplies
Rare Oddities - Ghostly Greetings – 4501148
Time to Flourish – October Cut Apart – 4501047
Time to Flourish – October Flourish – 4501048
Time to Flourish – 8x8 Pad - 4501054
Staples – Door Knockers – 4501208
Staples – Ornate Metal Keys – 4500545

Other Supplies
Bo Bunny – Coffee Dot Cardstock
Prima – Glass Beads – Rust
Prima – Chalk Edger – White
Prima – Drips Stamp
Foam Adhesive

Thanks for visiting with me today. Please leave me a comment to let me know how you enjoyed your visit.

1 comment:

kate blue said...

gorgeous and so eye catching by using the dark brown background with the b/w photo! SO funny, I just broke out the microbeads this week too!