Prism Papers

Most of you have figured out by now that I have a true love for the wonderful colors and texture of Prism’s Prismatics line of papers. So it was a sad day for me when Mark, manager of Prism Papers officially released this news:

Prism Papers has spent the past 5 years building up the Prismatics brand, with its rich and vibrant colors, along with the unique watercolor texture, to be a unique and much needed addition to the crafting industry. After much work and dedication in providing top service – we, regretfully, will be exiting the craft industry as of Feb 26, 2010.

The Prism’s Prismatics line has been sold to Bazzill and Prism will no longer be a part of the scrapbook/stamp scene.

Prism’s signature Prismatic texture will become Bazzill’s 13th cardstock texture offering. Bazzill has purchased Prism’s inventory of the product and will sell Prismatics going forward.

Bazzill began displaying the Prismatics line in their booth at CHA-Winter 2010 in Anaheim.

Though Prism Prismatics papers will still be available I will miss being a part of the Prism team. Thank you Jamie, Mark and our wonderful DT Coordinator Tami Mayberry – y’all have been a true joy to work with.

Here are a few of my favorite unblogged Prism projects:

Rafting Adventures


Rocks were hand colored with Copic markers on Simply Smooth White


 Sunflower Girl


Prism Pencil Box (stamps from Unity Stamp Co.)


Thanks So Much (stamps from Lizzie Anne Designs)



8 responses to “Prism Papers

  1. So sad to see Prism leave the crafting industry. Love your cardsand LOs, too . Amazing as always!

  2. Sorry to hear this, Jeanne. You’ve done such beautiful work with Prism Papers, and you inspire me. I’m still stuck on your blog!

  3. I know you are going to miss them! Love the layout, your rocks are so realistic I would have never known you colored them!

  4. I’m mourning for you!!!! Your projects are fabby!

  5. I immediately thought of you when I heard the news. I am glad they will exist in some form …. hopefully Bazzill will be true to the nature of the paper.

  6. Oh, I am sad to hear this! I love prism cardstock. It has such a nice texture and color assortment. It’s sad to see such a great company leave our crafting industry.

  7. You showed off the prism papers BEAUTIFULLY! Was sad to hear they are exiting the craft world.

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