Tonight, we have Marion teaching her Romantique album with lots of goodies and great ideas throught this sweet little book. Plus, she has something extra special to share with our viewers during the show, so be sure to tune in! Next week kicks off our month long sneak peek extravaganza! Every show will feature a brand new Prima collection and we want our viewers to be the first to see these collections first hand. Drew will be sharing the "Welcome to Paris" collection with fun embellishments and a new canvas album.
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This class is filled with many new techniques you are sure to use over and over including a very unique binding technique that is much easier than it looks. The book is filled with adorable little envelopes including inserts to store your precious photos. Resin windows and ephemera from the collection add a vintage feel along with the gorgeous flowers all of which are from Prima Marketing.
532338-Holiday Lights Butterfly
550547-Say It In Crystals-Romantique
551681-Fleur De Lys-Latte
552640-Bretton Vines Alyssa
890711-Resin Window Frame
Cropodile or hole punch
Two large eyelets
Crochet thread or needle point thread- 15 pieces at 15" long,
Canvas album featuring the Welcome To Paris Collection with Drew Scott
Thursday, July 5th at 6:30pm PT/ 9:30pm ET
7/6-1:30am GMT/ 11:30am Sydney
In this class, teen instructor Drew Scott, will be featuring the brand new collection called "Welcome to Paris". Drew will start by showing all the lovely pieces in the collection and head into making an adorable canvas coffee cup album. You won’t want to miss this fun feature!
Are you trying to find an out of the box idea of scrapping your spring and summer photos? This layout by Brit Sviggum has a fun idea of how to single out your favorite little fairy and showcase them on the page.
When I was looking at these papers with all those cute fairies, I knew at once what photo of my daughter I could use with them.
Tuva (my daughter) loves to dress up, dance and sing for us. So when she got a new dress from her uncle, she had to put it on at once.
The Fairy Belle papers are so girlie and sweet, and goes SO well with this photo.
Fairy Belle Paper #950118
Fairy Belle Paper #950095
Fairy Belle Paper #950088
Chipboards : #950286
Now do you need a new way to store those smaller embellishments? How about an altered spice rack. Juliana Montoya Found this adorable rack at a flea market. She uses Papers from the Pixie Glen Collection to alter each jar. She adds a title using Prima's textured alphabets.
I found this old spice rack at my flea market and it makes a great storage idea for embellishments. I used the Prima Pixie Glen Collection so each little spice jar has a different paper from the collection. I didn't add too much because I wanted to keep it shabby and simple.
Pixie Glen Collection - 843694
Have you ever bought an outfit or a pair of shoes you couldn't help but show off? If so why not scrap about it. Janna Werner shares her style with this beautiful scrapbook page.
Here's Janna about her stylish page:
I just bought myself new shoes - my first Converse shoes ever.
When I was a teenager all my friends wore them, I don´t know why but I never did. So, here I am, 33 years old with my first pair of Chucks. Lucky me!
Alla-Prima 8x8" paper stack #843717
Alla-Prima collection - Aquarelle #843366
Alla-Prima collection - Ferrulle #843380
Pixie Glen Collection - Dartmoor #843236
Pixie Glen Collection - Rose Arbor #843205
Prima Flowers - Tasha Frost #556969
Chipboard Pieces Doodle Deux #555276
Alphabet Stickers Meadow Lark #555337
Vintage Button #550783
Other: water color, color pencil, twine, punches, glue, 3D adhesive, white pen, doily
Here is one more project to help with the Monday madness. Brit Sviggum has created a wonderland using the Pixie Glen collection. She gives her photo a sense of whimsy.
Brit shares her inspiration behind her layout:
I got the idea of making this page of my daughter when I watched her feeding the birds in the garden. She loves to join her father when he is feeding them. I have used some glimmer mist in the background, and I have also sprayed a piece of cheesecloth/gauze. The Garden Gate paper from Pixie Glen collection really did well with this picture. And I have added some Resin and Metal treasures.The title is the name of a Norwegian children's song (about birds) that everybody knows.