Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Don't forget your FLAIR!

Shiny/ Springy/ Smiley

We are excited with our new line...DEAR LIZZY! It gets me in that happy spring mood before the season has officially arrived!

Dear Lizzy is spring-themed, but it’s so versatile you can use it for everyday projects. The concept is an outdoor tea party, inspired by nature and childhood play – you’ll notice designs of darling flowers, trees and bicycles throughout.

This is the first time American Crafts has teamed with another designer to create a line, and Elizabeth worked closely with us to ensure a balance between our trademark look/feel and the feminine, playful touch of the designer herself.

We love the WHOLE line but I'm taking a moment to focus on the flair for those of you who may not be familiar with it, or how to use it. The possibilities are ENDLESS!

...Add it to JOURNALS!



...Make STOCKINGS!


...Add it to SCRAPBOOK PAGES!!




...Make ORNAMENTS!!


...Make WINE TAGS!!

...Make FLIP FLOPS!!



...Make a CARD!!


Now this is one girl that knows how to ROCK her flair...!! :-)


Check out more Dear Lizzy HERE:

***Blog Candy Alert! Join our following and tell me a NEW way to use flair (not mentioned in this blog ;)) and you will have the chance to win some FREE FLAIR! I will draw the winner a week from today (March 10, 2010).

Let the creative juices begin flowing....

Steph

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29 comments:

  1. How about attaching them to a little girls hair ribbons or pony tail holders. Thanks for the chance to win. Flair is a great thing:)

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  2. There's nothing cooler than an art blog that not only gives you the scoop on great new products, but also references "Office Space." You guys rock!

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  3. oo wow they look fantastic!!!
    I'd love to use some on headbands :)

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  4. How about attaching them to hair flowers :) I'm sure they will look nice.
    Hugs
    Hazel

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  5. Use them to personalise a handbag or tote to show great 'flair'
    They are so cute

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  6. They could be used as badges in Girl Scouts! lol A special scrapping league!

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  7. How about using them on an altered project like a house.

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  8. You could make a really bold flair necklace!!

    Thanks for a chance to win!
    -Stacie

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  9. I just became a follower!!!! I would use them to put in a frame for a cool piece of art.

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  10. I would use them to decorate a photo frame of my daughter!! They are so cute!

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  11. oohhhh super cool Flair!
    You could put them on hair accessories! Put the on necklaces, add them to sunglasses, attatch to your bag, put them in a frame for cool wall decor. Decorate the base of a lamo with them gosh i could keep going.
    Totally cool
    love tasha xx

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  12. is so cute ! i used this flair everywhere ;)

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  13. These would look fabulous on a belt over a long top,,, very funky ,,, I would use them on cards too in the center of a big gorgeous bow or to pin the tail on a donkey image ,,,, oohh what else ,, they could also be made to look like balloons on cards, scrapbook pages and altered art projects :-)

    I love these ,, the papers are gorgeous too and the chipboard embellies could be made to look like washing on a line ! :-)

    Luv
    Lols x x x

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  14. Use them on canvasses!!! They look fabulous!!!

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  15. well my first thought were to add to hair accessories, then to make bag or phone jewelry with them but the hair and bags have already been mentioned, so I guess I will have to go w3ith phone jewellry, or phone and laptop bag decoration. Thanks for sharing julye

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  16. I think a really easy yet cool way to use these would be to turn them into magnets - have them on the fridge so can enjoy them every day. or Maybe create your own mini inspiration board with an old metal tray - spray paint it and then hang it on the wall and use your "flair" to attach pictures your currently in love with.

    :)

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  17. Put them in the center of silk /paper flowers and make a bouquet.

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  18. Attaching them to the bag for school! Great candy! Hugs; moni

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  19. That's 13 pieces of flair, right?? Love that movie! I would use my flair as a center for a bookmark made with one of those super size paper clips and a scallop circle punch. Great gifts!!

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  20. These are fab - I definitely use them as centres for my flowers.

    Hugs
    Penni
    X

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  21. Each and every thing I have thought of has already been mentioned, headbands, tote, magnets, wall decor... so what else can it be used for? I would say a cute wrist band for a girl...

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  24. I have only used flair on my layouts--love them.
    I really like the flip flop idea.

    A new way?--how about making a ring.

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  25. I think they would look adorable attached to a gift bag ribbon! You can also use them in a funky girls room for decor.

    So many uses...ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES!!

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  26. All of my new ideas have already been mentioned! I mostly use them for scrapbooking and cards but my daughter likes to add magnets and use them om her locker at school - she thinks they are much more stylish than other magnets.

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  27. Oh, I definately thing little girls hair clips could use some extra flair!!

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  28. I think flair would look cute adorning headbands. You could add one or five or however many you want. How cute would that be?

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  29. Oh, toll.
    Ich könnte mir vorstellen, das sie auch auf Bildern toll aussehen, auf Taschen, oder Mützen vielleicht auch.
    lg gila

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