I'm so excited today! I've been busy this past week working on a few projects that I've created especially for the Prima Design Team Call! Maybe I'm being a little too ambitious to even try for the team, but I couldn't help myself. I just adore Prima products and would enjoy every moment of getting to play with their lovely embellishments and paper lines. There is a reason why the Prima Design Team is called the "dream team".
One of the requirements for submission was to use mainly Prima products. I don't actually own much Prima product, it's not readily available where I live. So, I pulled out everything I own made by Prima and went to work. The only Prima paper line I have is their Botanical collection circa 2011! So, that's what I used...on every project. :)
I also own lots of Prima flowers, and Prima Say it in Crystals. I really tried to make the most of the small amount of Prima I had on hand. This will be a picture heavy post, so I'll get right to it.
I started off making this card because that's what I do... I used Prima flowers, Say it in Crystals, paper, and Say it in Crystals Borders for this card.
I stamped the "hello" sentiment using Tim Holtz distress ink in seedless preserves. Then I fussy cut the sentiment and covered it using vintage clear glass glitter. I also cut the Prima Crystals and Borders into pieces to anchor my cluster of flowers and to add some color.
My next project for submission is a layout.
I had a lot of fun getting messy with this one. I used stucco paste over a stencil for the background and dusted some micro beads and Tim Holtz distress glitter onto the paste before it dried. I was going for the look of sand and sea glass.
I also splattered on glitter mist. I used Prima paper and lots of Prima flowers on this layout.
Lastly, I made a tag. I've never actually created a tag before, so please bear with me. It was a fun project to pull me out of my comfort zone.
I used Prima paper, flowers, Say it in Crystals and a Prima resin flower on this tag.
I think the tag is my favorite! I just love how soft and girly it turned out. Thanks for stopping by today, and sharing in my paper journey. I'm so glad that I decided to try out for the Prima Design Team. It stretched me creatively and forced me to work with what I had on hand. Thank you, Prima, for the opportunity. I can't wait to see who gets chosen.
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