August 9, 2006

Stationery Inspiration!

Posted in Companies We Love, papers at 12:20 am by scrapbookdesigns

Weddings, parties, anything!!!! We’ve seen so many amazing ideas come to fruition for handmade stationery at Scrapbook Designs. Whether it be an elegant, contemporary, simple or funky design you are after, there is an absolute buffet of papers (and ideas) that can be used to make the most extraordinary invites, announcements, menus & place settings.

We have beautiful papers & tracings from fantastic leading designers such as Artee, Cristina Re and the fabulous, stylish and delicious Annie P.  It has been a privilege to be the only store in WA outside of the Perth area to carry this inspiring range.  Below you will find a sample of the yummy designs from Annie P that we currently have in stock. Click on the paper for an upclose view.  For fantastic visual stationery ideas, check out their website at:  http://www.anniep.com.au/

Not forgetting of course that you will also find on our shelves delectable ranges of cardstocks in all sorts of colours and finishes plus imported ranges from India and Japan and the popular Liz Zed range.

belle-fleur.jpg moiras-garden.jpg bettis-hat.jpg oriental-autumn.jpg pink-hy.jpg light-bubbles.jpg bollywood.jpg etcha.jpg geneva.jpg island-summer.jpg audrey.jpg speed-skate.jpg

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2 Comments »

  1. JulieH-O said,

    Would love to know how to make the camellia type flowers in the AnnieP gallery on her website. I wonder if there is a template or a punch to make them. Are the centres made with beads? Love the little butterflies as well.

  2. Hi Julie
    the flowers are handcut believe it or not!! The middles are seed beeds, don’t they just look brilliant.
    Of course there are easy tips you can use like making a cardboard template for each petal. You would be able to cut through many layers at the same time so it wouldn’t be that difficult. The tracing paper is soft so you can get the curled effect very easily. I think you may have inspired me to have a play with your question, thanks Julie.
    Elaine @ Scrapbook Designs


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