I’m here today to share with you my Graphic 45 Design Team 2014 Audition. I love Graphic 45 papers and embellishments, and never tire of using them in my classes and creations. I have to admit to having many friends, students and customers who are also addicted to Graphic 45 so it is usually the “Quick and the Miss-out” at Scrapbook Fantasies when the new ranges arrive.
For my Audition I have created a couple of new projects and also wanted to share with you some of my other favourite projects using Graphic 45 products. If you have a look around my blog you will find many other projects that I would have loved to have included in this post – I basically love everything I create.
I have created this layout using a 12×12 Paper Pad from the new By the Sea range from Graphic 45, as well as one of the lovely Staples Keys. I love these photographs of my older two children discussing “Who Knows What” walking along the beach at Tannum Sands. I promise that I will be back next week to share with you more detailed posts about this layout and the other new projects below, including close-ups and full materials lists.
This first card I have created using a Olde Curiosity Shoppe 8×8 paper pad – I just love this particular format for the Graphic 45 papers for both layouts and especially cards. I have used an inchies format for my card, which allows me to showcase more than a couple of papers from a range.
This second card I am sharing has been created using the beautiful new Botanical Tea 8×8 paper pad (again), and loads of fussy-cutting (again). I love the softness of this range and the versatility of the prints – I actually have a Christening Card in the pipeline using this range (which is taking a lot of time and fussy-cutting too).
This layout uses Graphic 45 products from quite a few ranges and was originally a class layout that has been screaming for me to add to it. I love how a few fussy-cut clocks and some metal have taken this layout from great to fabulous in no time at all. It helps that I also love this boy of my more than life itself.
Below are two of the Copic Classes I have taught recently using Graphic 45 papers, much to the delight of my students (they are fans of course):
Now I have a couple of my past projects to share that have been created using fabulous Graphic 45 products (some incorporate more Graphic 45 than others – I just reach for whatever takes my eye and it is obviously one of my go-to brands):
OK, so now that I have finished with my post I am realising that I really truly do love Graphic 45 more than I realise because I have way more projects than this that I could have shared – and this is a pretty jam-packed post to say the least, especially considering it was a minimum of six required projects too.
Anyway thank you for stopping by and sharing my love of Graphic 45.