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January 10, 2011

New Graphic 45 Collection "Le Cirque" Sneak Peek!

Hello Crafters!

Welcome to another week of fun at the Graphic 45 blog! This week is going to be out of this world! We've got sneak peeks of our new collections all week long and a new chance for you to win some fabulous crafting goodies! We don't want you to wait one second longer so here we go!

Step right up and get ready to let the grandeur of the Big Top inspire you with child-like delight! Introducing Le Cique, the newest and most fun paper collection in town! With vibrant colors and playful vintage images and patterns inspired by the old time circus, your imagination will take flight like a trapeze artist gliding through the air. Stay with us as we unveil new papers from this gorgeous collection all week long!

"Dazzle and Delight"


"Bohemian Floral"


"Greatest Show on Earth"


We're also having a super fun contest this week! Take a look at these images and tell us the first idea that comes to your mind! If you had a beautiful array of Le Cirque papers in your hand right now, what would you make? An altered object? A layout? Maybe an adorable banner? Tell us your ideas and you could win this terrific package of Graphic 45 goodies. A 12x12 Hallowe'en in Wonderland Paper Pad, a pack of Black Policy Envelope Staples, Sticker Staples, and Chipboard Button Staples. Ooh! Winner will be chosen at random and announced on Friday.


Have a beautiful Monday and we hope to see you back here tomorrow when we unveil more stunning images of our new collections!

Happy Papercrafting!

Team Graphic 45


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I have a picture with my daughter on an elephant, from the last time we went to circus, I would make a layout with that picture :) Would be so fun to cut out details, add some vintage bookpages etc :)

WOW this paper collection is "AMAZING" with its detail and color! If I had this paper collection "Myself" I would create some baby projects to put in my babys room. Banner, Altered Clock Picture frames and much more.
Thanks Graphic 45 for being an "Amazing Company"! As always you keep me on a high wire of creativity<3

OOOOO...I love it! I have pictures of myself as a child at the circus that would be perfect with this collect! I can not wait to get my hands on these!

You took my breath away with this new line!!! I have been waiting for something like is-- I have a stamp set from Tim Holtz's line that I found a few months ago that will fit in perefect!!! I can't wait!!! When will it be ready??? Can't wait cAnt wait can't wait!!!! Bravo Graphic 45!!!!

Oooh, I'd love to alter a box and put treats in it for my little boys....I'm thinking Circus Animal Cookies! ;) LOVE this paper line!!!

Wow! Gorgeous papers! I think I would make a frilly colorful circus banner advertising all the performers and their acts. What fun paper!


Those papers are amazing. I love the fun vintage feel and the gorgeousness of the floral page! I've been wanting to try an altered box and some vintage projects both- these papers would be the perfect way to try both.

I love this new line. I am thinking a perfect little mini album of our trip to the circus. I have had the pictures for a little while now and have been struggling to find just the right papers, now the search is over. I can't wait to get my hands on this new collection.

I love this, and I would make a few layouts as soon as I got them.

My ideas as to what I would do with the new paper 'Le Cirque' would be to do layouts of all the times we have been to the Shriner's circus and my daughters first ride on the back of an elephant! Very bright and colourful!

Papers are fabulous! I'd make a whole series of circus themed ATCs!

You could do a great set of birthday cards, or an entire themed birthday with the circus papers!

I have a tin I got on sale that just been waiting for the perfect paper and this fits the bill! Love it!

I'd have to make a circus shrine, festooned with banners.

Its so gorgeous!!!
I have a cigar box waiting to be altered with these papers :D
Julie xx

What fun papers!! I'd make birthday cards which I think would be perfect for the whimsical look of the papers!! Can't wait to see more!!

I see a birthday card using the floral as the background and picking up the aqua with decorative borders and using an individual circus ad as one of the embellies. Oh, pick me.

WOW.....what an amazing collection. First I'd use my painters tray with the die cuts to make a altered project. And I'd make a layout of our Cirque du Soleil show we went to. Thanks for the awesome chance.

I see a mini made with the pictures from our local museum that has a vintage midway.
Beautiful collection!

I would definitely make a layout with this beautiful paper!!!

Oh, it's so delightful!

I would make a carousel with model horses or other animals (such as for children to ride on). Maybe with photos even.

When I saw the peek, I thought of the vintage photot of my mom's family
going to the circus that came to there town in the 40's. Great for a photo layout!!!

Oh my goodness, I LOVE LOVE LOVE this circus-themed paper line and I can't wait to get some. I have a collection of circus stamps, elephant ribbon and charms, and a bunch of collage sheets that would all go perfectly with this line. I think I'd make a mini scrapbook and a bunch of cards to send to friends. Anne, yourmainestamper

Wow. This collection is really different. Totally stands out! I would probably dress up quite a few boxes for DD's room.
Thanks for the chance to win

W A O H, are these wonderful!!!
MY first idea that sprang to mind.....
I want to make a REAL Big Top, using
a birdcage! Can't you just see our trapeze artist, suspended from the top.... and a great banner, circling the the Big tent? This idea and your new
goodies, make me ever so HAPPY!
As ever, Moe

I would make a mini with a story about my girls live in a dreamworld, the circus.
it will be amazing with these papers!

I knew it was Circus themed papers! YIPEE!! If I had these papers in my itching little hands right now, I'd make a shadow box. I'd cut out some of the figures and arrange them in the box for a 3-D effect. May suspend the highwire act girl on some wire or string. Perhaps fussy cut the elephants and place them on the back of the box with dimensional foam dots. Definitely would be using the clowns. Awesome papers. Thank you for another great line!

Elaine Allen

Well I haven't been to a circus in ages, but I sometimes feel like I live in a 3 ring circus! I'd like do layouts, but I think I could make some fun birthday cards too with these!

I would make a layout with pics from our trip to the circus. I would also use the clown paper for party invites and altered party favors.

The first idea that popped into my mind was "children at play"---it's always a circus around my house!

Awesome papers, I would cover a box and would absolutely make a double page for my scrapbook.

Cover a few altered keepsake boxes.

what i've been waiting for! i'll make altered circus caravan with decorated toy animals and pop up mini album ensemble. must must have!

I would make a page to document a well-used saying in our house. We always joke that getting the kids and us out of the house is like the circus coming to town...busy, full of attractions...LOL! I would make a page about that!

Cute-ness!! I'd totally make a fun little mini out of these awesome papers.


I picture a mini album with some vinatge looking photos of my son at the circus.

What a great new line - love the warm colours and fabulous theme! I'd be inspired to make a mobile with some intricate cutting out of the circus characters you could create a real work of art with ovement and dimension. Karen x

oh wow - what a fun collection. Always love the vintage flair on all the collections. That bohemian floral ppr is screaming my name!! I want to be fussy cut!! Love the circus cut outs.

Wowee.. think I'd make a mini album in the shape of a big top. Great designs ....can't wait to see more!!

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