Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Explore- Prima's Cartographer Collection

Hello Prima fans,
I want to show you a layout I created for CHA 2014. 
It was the first project I created with the new collections using the Cartographer collection.

I loved creating a masculine layout for my son using the deep earthy tones from the Cartographer collection. This is the perfect collection for all your vintage and traveling photos.

I created a map-like background using one of the new Prima stencils and sprayed it with brown ink spray. I loved fussy cutting the hot air balloons to add around my page.

I fussy cut a few hot air balloons from one of the Cartographer papers and I also fussy cut the lines going up and down the page, They are the lines from the map meridians on one of the other papers from this collection.

Prima Products:
990053- Cartographer Faire un Voyage
990008- Cartographer Carte
990015- Cartographer Montgolfier
990138- Cartographer flairs and buttons
990114- Cartographer cling stamp
572976- Cartographer metal clips
892210- Ingvild Bolme Junkyard findings jeans plates
892180- Ingvild Bolme Junkyard findings ceiling light bulbs
572181- Prima mask
571009- Valentina flower
571566- Le Mia black flowers
571764- Abbey flower
571841- Perla flowers
891008- Ingvild Bolme chalk edger dark bark

Other products:
Golden Light molding paste
Shimmerz sprays: Mud Pie, Bronzed Bombshell


Gideoni said...

OMG! Beautiful! Very beautiful!

ALINE said...

This page is fabulous!!!!

Lizzy Hill said...

Looks great! Such a fab collection for doing man pages, too. Or boys, in this case! Looove the fussy cutting.....pretty impressive:):)

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Janene said...

very cool!

Bente Fagerberg said...

Totally gorgeous. LOVE that stencilled background too! <3

Denise van Deventer said... that stencilled background...looks super! Must keep my eye out for that one! This masculine page is really gorgeous and I love the elements you used!

Eila Sandberg said...

Wowzer! Such fabulous job with a tricky collection! looove the black rays and the bits and bobs layered around the photo of sweet Mr J! hugs,