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Trendwatch: Scrapbooking, My ‘Deer’

abirdnamedsudeerfabric.jpgWe’ve all seen scrapbook layouts containing such images as birds and owls, skulls and crossbones, crowns, dunce caps and angel wings. Not that there is anything dated about portraying these images in our art {in fact they are all quite nice to look at and fun to work with!}, it’s just exciting to see what new objects are becoming hot!

Now emerging into the scrapbooking and papercrafting world is the sweet little deer. Below we’ve posted some examples, links, and sources to give you a taste and perhaps inspire you to add a deer to your next layout.siljevaniljedeerlayout.jpg

If you missed our 3 part series on Scrapbooking Trends in 2008 with comments from celebrity scrapbokers, please find the posts here, here and here.

This deer print (above left) is actually a fabric, but evokes the sentiment of similar designs beginning to appear in scrapbooking. Fabric by Danica, photographed by A Bird Named Su.

Layout at right is by Silje Roe Haglund. She has an Etsy shop here if you’d like to check out some more of her cutejanickdeertagbook.jpg work.

Janick, from Nea Jewelry, made this beautiful deer tag booklet (shown at left). You can see more photos of it here.

Love this adorable deer handcut rubber stamp made by RabbitsMoon.

Deer Paper Sources

Sassafrass Lass – “Fawnd of You” double-sided paper (shown below left)

October Afternoon – “Walk in the Park” (below right)

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One Comment

  1. Yvette F.
    March 6th, 2008Posted | Permalink

    Check out these cuties at etsy shop by vmilan..

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