Product Guide: Storybook/Fantasy Style

Jennifer Wilson

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June 25, 2009

This week, Simple Scrapper is highlighting four design trends with the Digital Scrapbooking Product Guide.

The Trend

The Storybook/Fantasy style is very identifiable, including elements of surrealism through extracted photos and combinations of elements into scenery. Scrapping in this style is a rapidly growing trend – just browse through the galleries!

Check on this artful examples:

leonasong

Road_to_Wonderland_1_sm

sweetnes1

So_Much_Water_copy

Delmik-Design_Little-Dream-

Shopping for Storybook/Fantasy

If Storybook/Fantasy is your favorite style, you might consider exploring these shops:

  • After Five Designs
  • Cat Scrap
  • Oscraps
  • Pickleberry Pop
  • Scrapbook Graphics
  • Shabby Pickle

From these stores, I picked out some of my favorite Storybook/Fantasy products.

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I also polled DST readers on their favorite designers for each style. Who would you add to this list of favorite Storybook/Fantasy designers?

  • Jofia Designs at Shabby Pickle
  • Lily Designs and Catherine Designs at After 5 Designs
  • Kitty Designs and Holliewood Studios at Oscraps
  • Dreamer’s Magic Designs at Brownie Scraps
  • SAS Designs at Bits2Kits

So tell me – why does this style appeal to you or not? In your opinion, what are the essential defining characteristics of Storybook/Fantasy? Is this the right name for the style?

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4 Comments

  1. amymom24

    How about Lorie Davison at scrapbookgraphics?

    Reply
    • Kathleen O'Neill

      I absolutely love her designs, they are exquisite, and to me, the quintessential storybook/fantasy designs. I think they are probably often overlooked due to their being relatively pricey, and seldom will there be and of the promotions, specials, coupons or collaboration participations that tempt people to try them out. If compared to many other more popular designs, you might be getting more, quantity and quality wise, but the prices could still be a deterrent.

      Reply
  2. Mary

    I have a few of her kits. They are pricier then some of the others, but so much detail…love them.

    Reply
    • Kathleen

      Well next time I feel like splurging on just one or two kits,I plan to buy some of hers.

      Reply

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