CHA Scrapbook: Prima Marketing

Prima Marketing always bring out such amazing collections of Flowers with matching papers and bling and this year is no exception. This year it was all about texture, from their organic trim, to their silk and feather butterflies. You can see from their beautiful displays:

More stunning examples from their Design Team can be seen on the Prima Marketing blog.

The new Paper and Embellishment lines are Botanical, Celebrate, Madeline, Melody, Moulin Rouge, Reflections, Sparkling Spring and Sweet Fairy. The range of products was huge and all so beautiful so we’re just going to show a small selection of our favourites.

Resin is a big part of this release from Prima – lots of pre-formed resin flowers, and glass-effect vines making for a new twist on the standard flower.
We really liked the new Metal charms – tons of variety and versatile from cards, layouts to jewelery. This release had a lot of products that could be used as accessories such as headbands, especially since they also released a headband kit.
The latest canvas releases are more versatile with New papers, new words and gorgeous Iron-On phrases along with the Mistable Pre-cut Canvas shape sheets, especially with the product tie-in with Tattered Angels and their “Prima” packs of mists.

Prima’s Organic Trims matched so well with their natural flower lines – such a lovely addition to their product range.
We loved the new pre-mixed Trim packs that have a mix of ribbon and bling as 1 piece of adhesive trim.The mix of texture in all of the embellishment packs was nice to see and how they matched in colors was a welcome addition.

We especially loved the raffia flowers – a sweet favourite and a perfect example of the release.
With vibrant jewel colours and textures as the basis of the gorgeous products, Prima Marketing has again raised the bar for flowers and embellishment with this latest release.

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One Response to CHA Scrapbook: Prima Marketing

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    Elaine A February 4, 2011 at 3:59 pm #

    I think Prima has outdone themselves with this release. Just gorgeous products!

    Elaine Allen