Lately Prima Marketing has been catching my eye with all of their gorgeous new products! Prima is probably best known for their faux flowers for scrapbook layouts. However, it seems that they have really expanded their product offerings. They manufacture papers, embellishments, clear stamps, chipboard, crystals, clear tapes, and lots of other beautiful products for scrapbooking and paper crafts.
Prima Build- a – Frame Clear Stamp Sets With Lace Border Designs and Corners.
These Build- A – Frame clear stamp sets are so clever! They allow you to create your own frames and borders for photos, card elements, layouts, journaling panels, ETC. Using just one set you can create a frame that is as simple or as elaborate as you want. Layer a few of them together or use them separately. Color the designs in different ways (or stamp them on various colored papers or cardstocks and cut the frames out when you are finished.) So sophisticated! These were designed by Iron Orchid Designs.
Imagine the creative possibilities! These are delightful. By Iron Orchid Designs / Prima Marketing.
You can click here to buy them at Twopeasinabucket.com.
Prima All Things Lacy
Don’t these lacy lovelies look spectacular? I have been really excited about them ever since Prima unveiled this Cha sneak peak in early ’08. Unfortunately, I have no idea what happened to these products- whether they were ever released, and if they were, who sells them. I hope they will turn up in stores around here sooner or later! If I find them, I will be sure to post an update.
Prima Tea and Silk Collection
The papers in Prima’s Tea and Silk line would be PERFECT to use when creating the paper laces in my free paper lace idea book. The chic subtle patterns and rich colors are exactly right for the using to create the type of projects that you will find on this site (Although I don’t have any specific projects designed, yet, that specifically use these papers.)
Click here to see them at A Cherry on Top Scrapbook Shoppe.
Prima Voila Collection
Well, I’ve anxiously been awaiting the Prima Voila line since I first saw the Cha sneak peaks a few months ago. As of the time of this posting (end of May, 2008) this line still seems hard to find. I did find one seller on ebay who has several Prima Voila items. This seller is in the USA but ships worldwide.