Reported by Simone Collins
Prima is a very well established company in craft and there’s a reason for it. Their products are always versatile, well made, and trendy. Not only do they produce flowers, flowers, and more flowers for all your crafting needs, but they have papers, ribbons, stamps, stencils, trinkets, and more.
Their entire booth was brand new products. Lots of flowers to see in every size, shape, and color.
Like I said, many flowers everywhere.
Their resist canvas pieces are great for customizing with inks, sprays, or paints. And since they can be colored any way imaginable, they will match any project.
Their new Tiny Treasures metal charms are gorgeous in person. They are great for jewelry making as well as other projects. They are sold in a variety of styles.
And if they didn’t already create enough products, they now make tools! The new Comfort Craft Tools by Ingvild Bolme are ergonomic premium papercrafting tools for crafting in comfort. The new tools all feature a soft grip handle. The craft knife comes with four various blades which store right in the end of the tool, which is genius.
The new Multi-Distress Tool looks like a cheese grater or pedicure tool but it is great for detailed distressing on your projects and also includes a Rub On tip and bone folder.
The new Chalk Fluid Edger inks come in 24 colors and their ergonomic design eliminates getting ink on your fingers from the edges of your ink pad.
Also, not to be missed are their new resin and metal treasures which can be customized to your project. And now, what you all have been waiting for, the amazing sample projects from their booth:
Latest posts by CC Contributor (see all)
- Mommy Lhey February 2017 Little Bits Box Unboxing | Review - March 30, 2017
- Quick and Easy Holiday Paperclip Kids Project - December 18, 2016
- DIY Halloween Pumpkin Diorama Tutorial - October 28, 2016