Today I have another new Design Team share for Prima Marketing using the new Bloom Girl range of stamps and stencils.
If you are familiar with my style, you would know that these are
completely out of my comfort zone and this was the first time I have ever used them.
But saying that, I did have lots of fun creating this mini album and got out lots of products like soft chalks that had been gathering dust unused in my stash.
While creating this, it was almost like a throwback to my 12 year old self. The little girl that would spend all her pocket money on scratch and sniff stickers, fluoro markers and paint by numbers sets!
To see more products with this range and all of the Prima products used, hop on over to the Prima blog.
This one is a design team project for Prima using their gorgeous new Coffee Break Collection along with the new Art Mediums range plus my favourite Prima Color Bloom Sprays.
As some who normally chooses darks, bold and neutrals to work with, I have to say I am really taken with the beautiful colors in this range. The Color Bloom sprays match so well and admit I normally struggle creating with pastels but this range was a breeze!!
And of course some gorgeous new Prima blooms as well!!
To see some other incredible projects using this range + art mediums, stop by the Prima blog!!
My latest stamp sets that I have designed for The Scrapbook Diaries arrived this week and I have been having a ball playing with them.
I couldn't be happier with the way they have turned out!!
So first up I have created a mixed media layout.
I have used the stitch stamps from the Sewing Notions set to create a feature element down the side and to bottom of my page along with the thread and needle stamp.
I have also used the all of the stamps from the Watermark Stamp Set to add pops of color over the top of my collage area.
I have used a variety of Hero Arts Inks, Luminarte Silks and Archival Ink to create a layered painterly effect.
I have used the same techniques again for this card. Using the stitch stamps from the Sewing Notions set to create a bold feature element and the Watermark stamps to create a painterly background and also to add a grungy edge around the border of my card.
All my stamp sets are available exclusively through
I will be back again soon with some step-by-steps using some of my favorite