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Member Since September 2009, 3 forum posts, 110 public projects

Location: Salt Lake City, Utah

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i-Space: Aphra Bolyer

Hi there Imaginisce fans!  Welcome to my scraproom.  Before I show you around, let me just say that my scrapbook space has evolved many MANY times over the last several years.  Let me show you where I started.


My husband converted our half-bath (60" x 48").  Tiny, hun?  Oh, but it was cute.  And it had shelves all the way up to the 10' ceiling.  What it lacked, though, was good light and electrical outlets.  So, I moved in to the corner of my husband's office.



More shelves all the way up to the ceiling and lots of plastic!  Loved it again.  Then, I found a discount cabinet from Pottery Barn and decided to take over the whole room and make it pretty.  I love it, and I am so thankful to my sweet husband for sharing.  LOL!  Here's the view from the door. 


This is my computer desk and work table.  I plan to add a skirt to the table (as soon as I enlist the help of someone who can actually sew) to add a little more color to the space and hide the trash can and rolling cart.


Here's a close up of my Making Memories carousel.  LOVE this.  It holds a ton of pencils, pens, and scissors. 


Ok, this might be my favorite area -- two Making Memories shelves and a giant pic of my kiddos over my Cricut shelves.  The baskets on the shelves hold my embossing folders, printer supplies, Imaginisce tools, etc.


This basket contains all my Imaginisce tools and accessories.  The top tray contains my i-Rock and the bling compacts.  Underneath it are three plastic bead boxes containing more bling, brad daddies, and glue sticks.




I use my Clip It Up to hold various 3D embelllishments and my ridiculous stash of Thickers.  I still have the first pack that I bought.  I just can't get rid of them.  Good thing the Clip It Up has so much space!


And here's the Pottery Barn cabinet that started it all.  It was designed for a child's bedroom, but the color got me.  And it holds a TON of stuff.


In the bottom left cabinet, I keep my Cricut cartridges in Art Bin boxes.  Each box holds 16 cartridges and the books and overlays.  Awesome storage find!

 


Here's my vertical paper holders.  I keep my paper stored by manufacturer in alphabetical order.  I put like lines together in 12 x 12 plastic ziplock bags.  Then, it's very easy to grab a bag to take over to my table.


In the bottom center cabinet, I store metal embellishments, extra adhesive, and My Mind's Eye embellishments.  These are some of the same plastic bins and buckets that I started with.  Love that they are so versatile!


The bottom right cabinet holds my pain and stamps on the top shelf.  I'm not a big stamper, so that is plenty of room.  The bottm shelf is full of 12 x 12 Iris boxes.  I store a variety of embellishments in these. 


The top shelves of the cabinet are full of these canvas bins and totes that my husband found at Office Depot on clearance.  They hold pictures, assorted tools, extra ribbon, and card making supplies.


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Thanks for stopping by today.  And I hope you enjoyed the tour of my space.  I think it's safe to say that there will be no more remodeling or reorganizing.  At least not any time soon! 

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i-spy is back!



With all our new lines and product releases, we've been busy showing off the amazing work of our designers. But we've also noticed lots of fabulous Imaginisce projects popping up on blogs and online galleries over the past few weeks, so we thought we'd shine a bit of the spotlight on some talented designers that have caught our eye.

Who will it be? Let's see!

Diana Fisher used our Happy Harvest line to create this adorable layout. The buttons she added really bring those die-cuts to life!



Face Paint by Diana Fisher
Spied on Diana's blog by DT member Heather Leopard


The Live Loud line was a perfect choice for this layout from Beth Hallgren about her son teaching himself to play guitar. Her grid-based layout was inspired by Melinda's September sketch.


Music Man by Beth Hallgren
Spied in the 2Peas Gallery by DT member Cari Locken


Brook Stewart got her hands on our new Geek Is Chic line and used it to create this adorable layout that lists all the books her son read.



107 Books by Brook Stewart
Spied on her blog by DT member Robyn Schaub

Jana Eubank paired our Animal Crackers collection with the County Fair Cricut Cartridge to create this fun and colorful layout. Don't you love the i-Rock jewels added to the banner?

Lagoon by Jana Eubank
Spied on her blog by DT member Michelle Unruh



Nice work ladies!


If you would like to have your work spied then start posting it all over the web... the more places your post the more chance you have of being spied by our design team members. Next time it might be you! Good luck!

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New Product Video with Erin + Giveaway!

Introducing the new i-top 2.0!!!





Give-Away!!!
We know everyone has been waiting for this tool to arrive... well the wait is over! And we are going to give away the new i-top 2.0 with a few fun accessories thrown in for good measure. And because this is such a fabulous give-away we're going to make you do a little bit of work:
- Head over to Erin's blog HERE and become a follower
- Spread the word, tell as many people as you can about the competition
- Leave a comment telling us what you thought of Erin's wonderful video.

Winner announced at the end of the week!

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Last Weeks Winners!



COMPETITION:
Bon Voyage Release Party Day 1
PRIZE:
 Bon Voyage Sample Pack
WINNER:
jan farnworth said...
my favorite holiday place to travel to would be new york city at christmas time never been there think it be fun to see.

COMPETITION:
Bon Voyage Release Party Day 2
PRIZE:
 Bon Voyage Sample Pack
WINNER:

Tracey McNeely said...
What is not to love about this line and all the grat dt projects. So inspiring.

COMPETITION:
Bon Voyage Release Party Day 3
PRIZE:
 Bon Voyage Sample Pack
WINNER:


Lillian Child said...
Oh my, but these ladies are SO talented. Such delightful projects. I especially like Robyn's card creations! And I am definitely spoiled, but I blame my mom for this (grin). My dad bought this fabulous winnebego complete with bedrooms and kitchen, etc. But when we took it on the road, my mom would insist on getting a hotel room at night ... so I was conditioned from a young age to enjoy creature comforts!

COMPETITION:
Bon Voyage Release Party Day 4
PRIZE:
 Bon Voyage Sample Pack
WINNER:

Rosalynd Kelly said...
Another great post featuring gorgeous cards and layouts, and I love those luggage tags - so cute. I would love to win a pack of this awesome collection! PLEASE :-)


Please email your shipping information to:  Contact.imaginisce@gmail.com
no later than midnight Monday, 3rd October 2011 and put
the giveaway name in the Subject Line. We will get your prize package out to you as soon as we can.
Congratulations!!

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Bon Voyage Release Party - Day 4

We've journed through the week and have now come to the final day of our Bon Voyage Release Party!
We have loved sharing all the fabulous projects from our design team, but never fear, we still have one more show and tell with today's amazing array of Bon Voyage creations.


We can always count on our Courtney to come up with the most amazing and unique cards and this one is no exception.

Another wonderful card from Courtney which would be perfect for any age boy!





Okay, we are totally jealous of this pic because Marielle is holding her U2 ticket! She has created this fun layout to mark the special occasion of a flight to Chicago to see one of the world's most famous bands!

Shiver me timbers... Marielle has created this wonderful page with a pirate theme and blends perfectly with the Bon Voyage collection.

Don't the postage stamps look so fun on this card?


Keely's delightful card has a cloud feel to it with the shaped cardstock and we're loving that little extra touch with the navy and white bakers twine!
A beautiful layout with a sentimental theme... Keely and her son share a hug and a wish that this moment could be frozen in time. Awwww!

This adorable layout takes on the effect of a giant postage stamp with the 'cut-out' background!


Melinda has added a feminine touch to her layout by creating some rolled paper roses using the Bon Voyage patterned papers and she has even added a hint of burlap for extra interest. And how fun... a glamrock cloud!

Heather Leopard

Someone's having fun taking a helicopter ride... Just look at the amazing stitching Heather has added to her layout. We love it!



Guess who is away at the moment and has her luggage tags in use? Yes, Heather is away working and her Bon Voyage luggage tags are taking pride of place on her cases.


Penny Smith

A weekend away creating timeless memories!

Penny has designed this amazing background to her layout by using a clear emboss resist with the cloud stamps and the little airplane stamp has been colour in to give it that extra pop!

GIVEAWAY
Our very last give-away for the Bon Voyage release party!!!
Who would like to own their very own sample pack of this super versatile collection?
Well all you have to do is leave a comment telling us how much you've enjoyed about this week's projects!

Winner announced at the end of the week!

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Bon Voyage Release Party - Day 3

Well we've made it to the middle of the week!

The past two days we've been sharing projects from our design team that really show how versatile the Bon Voyage collection can be and it's because we've incorporated two sides of wonderful patterns and warm colours to the papers. That means we've not only incorporated a travel theme but also a neutral theme that leaves your options open for creating your own style of projects.

Today our design team share a wonderful array of holiday projects that will make you head for your passports.



Tracey has created this amazing travel diary and we're just loving the new iron-on flourishes that she has applied to the front and back cover using the new Imaginisce mini-iron.




A fun layout of beautifully painted toes that are being eye-off by some curious little fish. Tracey's snapped this adorable photo on a recent vacation and knew it just had to be scrapped.




Robyn has designed this amazing double page spread that tells such a wonderful story of a wonderful cruisy holiday over the high seas. And look at all that hand-cutting of the stamp collection patterned paper!




A sentimental 'For You' with that postcard feel... complete with it's very own postage stamp!


Cari has put together this wonderful diary style layout their family get-away and it certainly looks like that had lots of adventurous fun!
The rich and warm colour tones to the bon voyage collection are ideal for boy layouts, especially with the super cute vintage airplanes throughout the design.

Cari has created this very romantic card that could either be hidden away until Valentine's Day or simply given to someone special any day of the week. We think this is just adorable!
Cari has already begun preparing for an impending cruise the family are taking next Summer with the beginnings of what is set to be a wonderful travel journal. Here is the front cover of her mini album!

Lydia Jackson

WOW... what a hotel room view!!! Lydia decided to document her recent trip to Brisbane, Australia and the wonderful view from her room. We are totally jealous!!!



A travel journal is such a wonderful idea when going away because it means you have a daily account of all the sights, sounds, smells of the places you experience and then re-live by pouring through the precious pages of manuscript.


Rhonda Van Ginkel

Such a happy chap having a wonderful time rolling in the hay! Rolling has created a wonderful eclectic display of photos, papers and embellishments to give the feeling of movement and fun all rolled into one layout. And Rhonda was very excited to note that she even STAMPED on her layout!!! We love it!

Giveaway
Such fun projects today with lots and lots of inspiration so you are definitely going to need your own pack of Bon Voyage. To be in the running for this wonderful prize all we ask is that you leave a comment telling us what you thought of today's fabulous projects by our creative design team and also when you go on holidays to you like to 'rough it' or 'five star all the way'.

Winner announced at the end of the week!

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Bon Voyage Release Party - Day 2

It's Tuesday!
Thankyou to everyone for stopping by our first day of the Bon Voyage Release party and for the wonderful comments you all left in regards to our newest collection and also sharing your favourite holiday destinations.

We certainly love that you are enjoying the different style of the Bon Voyage travel range, we think it's pretty special too!

Today we have another wonderful day of diverse projects from our design team who again reveal the different ways in which this line of products can be used.


Kim has created this wonderful travel layout for a recent cruise she took... looks like they had a fabulous time!!!

A super cute bon voyage card!

Another clever bon voyage card by Kim!

Erin Bassett

Could this layout be any more romantic?
Erin shows how the Bon Voyage collection can also be used to create wonderful layouts with a romantic approach. We love it!

You can always be assured that a little doily or piece of lace is going to appear on atleast one of Erin's projects... and how wonderful does her little extra touches look with the Bon Voyage collection.





Sophia has created a wonderful layout and incorporated little pops of embellishments including the use of the Circle Frame Snag 'Em Stamp and red glamrocks.



A bon voyage card with a romantic twist.


Sophia has designed this adorable mini travel passport album for a friend. What a really lovely idea for someone who is about to embark on a journey.


A little girl and her 'buttons'! Samantha has created this very sweet layout about the her's daughters treasured toy who doesn't like to be left behind from family vacations.

Okay, we couldn't go past sharing the journaling on this layout... "Emma was horrified when the tour guide on the old sailing ship showed us the toilet area, and told us that instead of toilet paper, the crew would use the end of a piece of rope, and that it would be simply dipped in water  before the next person used it. So gross!!"... yes we agree, totally gross! What an interesting subject and a fun way to capture this amusing subject in a layout.

Bon Voyage is definitely a wonderful range for making cards for dad!

Giveaway!
Today we are going to give away another Bon Voyage sample pack to one lucky follower and all you have to do is let us know which of the patterned paper is your favourite... you can find them all HERE.

Winner announced at the end of the week!

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Bon Voyage Release Party - Day 1


It's release week for Bon Voyage,  our newest travel range and we are so excited!!!
This collection is something a little different, something a little more mature with a rich, romantic colour scheme and nostalgic images that will have you running for those holiday photos.

However, Bon Voyage has the versatility to not only be used to showcase all your holdidays snaps, but so many other different occasions as our design team will show you this week with their wonderful projects.
Michelle has used the Bon Voyage collection to mark the arrival of a little bundle of joy and how precious is this photo of a proud grandpa and his little grandson! Awww!
Another theme with a difference... a birthday card! Michelle has also added some little glamrocks using her i-rock to accentuate the punched border.

A trip to Disneyland... could the location be any more perfect!!! We love how Aphra has added the embroidery thread plane trails!

A sentimental 'Miss You' card!

Such a perfect idea for someone going on a holiday... a travel journal.



Shemaine has used the dark hues for a perfect boy page to document the momentus occasion of her son's first day at high school.


Shemaine has lovingly made this wonderful journal for her teenage son so he can begin to document his life.



Cristal 'Pinky' Hobbs

Cristal always comes up with the cutest Clear Scraps pieces and decorates them in Imaginisce products to create the perfect duo. We just love this clear mini vacation book and all it's little tags!

A masculine congratulations card!

'Ouch' - that looks like a very sore nose! Cristal has used another Clear Scraps product to create this wonderful layout using lots of tags from the Bon Voyage collection!

Giveaway!
After all these wonderful projects from our design team we think you will be well on your way to being inspired to start working on those travel projects or perhaps a blokey page or two. Well we're going to give one lucky followers the chance to take home their very own Bon Voyage Sample pack!!!
Who wants to win???
Well all you have to do is tell us what your favourite holiday destination is to be in the running.

Winner announced at the end of the week!




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Weekly Winners!

 
 Competition: Snag 'Em Stamps Giveaway - Day 1
Prize: Snag 'Em Stamp Assortment
WINNER:

Anita Braddock said...
How cute is this. love them all but my fav. would be the little gorl. thanks for the chance to win. great giveaway.

Competition: Snag 'Em Stamps Giveaway - Day 2
Prize: Snag 'Em Stamp Assortment
WINNER:

littlen said...
great projects. i like small journaling stamps.
 
Competition: Snag 'Em Stamps Giveaway - Day 3
Prize: Snag 'Em Stamp Assortment
WINNER:

Jamie said...
i love to use my stamps on cards i also sometimes cut out the stamped image and put it on a scrabook page. thanks for the chance to win.-jamiebabyblueangel_30@yahoo.com
 
 
Competition: Snag 'Em Stamps Tutorial - Day 4
Prize: Snag 'Em Stamp Assortment
WINNER:
andrea said...
Loved the new idea for using MS glitters, took a trip to Shemaine's blog, took a look around at her fab style and came back to say so and to put a bid in for the Snag'em stamps! I love the price and size is perfect for so many quick cards! Keep'em coming!
 
Please email us your shipping information
no later than midnight Friday, 25th September 2011 and put
the giveaway name in the Subject Line. We will get your prize package out to you as soon as we can.
Congratulations!!

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Snag Em Stamps Tutorial + GiveAway



Well we've finally come to the close of our Snag 'Em Stamp intensive and we thought it might be nice to finish with a little tutorial by design team member Shemaine. So we will hand over to Shemaine for the rest of the post... don't forget we have one last give-away today!

Hi it's Shemaine with you today and I have put together a quick picture tutorial with some tips to help you stamp beyond black ink.

Many stampers don't own many colored ink pads because Copics are very popular for coloring in stamped images. I've been told by friends that they feel it would be too expensive to purchase colored inks because there are so many varieties of colors and you'd spend a fortune on all those ink pads. This is true but there are ink pads out there that are very affordable. The ones I using today can be found at most scrapbooking and crafts stores for only $1 and stamp nicely. Let's get stated!

Stamp your image using whatever shade of color ink you like. I stamped this on with Studio G's chalk ink in aqua blue.



Using the Quickie Glue pen trace the stamped image and sprinkle the glitter all over the image. I am loving Martha Stewart's Iridescent glitter kit. Not only are the colors fabulous but this glitter is made to show the image thru the glitter which accents your colored inked images beautifully!

 

Here's a closer look at the image with glitter. Pretty huh!


For even more fun, try stamping your images with more than one color ink.

 

Now just sprinkle your glitter again. I had yellow in the kit but no blue so just use clear




Now take your images and create some fun mini cards! These are 3 1/2 X 5 in size with some of our Geek is Chic collection, the lacey circles and circle dies from Spellbinders and some of my favorite baker's twine colors .


I hope you'll enjoy giving this technique a try with your favorite Snag Em' Stamps!


GIVEAWAY
There is one final Snag 'Em Stamp Bundle to give away today and all you have to do is pop over to Shemaine's blog HERE and become a follower and then pop back here to enter.

Winner will be announced at the end of the week!


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We are nearing the end of the week and coming to an end of our Snag 'Em Stamp Intensive but we still have a few more fun projects to share.
So, has anyone noticed the little plane and cloud used on today's logo? Yes, they are two of our newest arrivals from the Bon Voyage Collection and very handsome little stamps indeed! We are very excited to share that next week will be our release party on the blog for the new travel collection and we cannot wait to showcase all the fabulous projects from the design team.

Again we would like to thank our friends over at
for supplying our team with the fabulous coloured pigment inks.

Let's get down to business, shall we?

Lydia Jackson


Well just look at these fun little 'Mini Colouring Books'. Lydia said her son just loves it when she stamps an extra image for him to colour so she decided to create the cutest little colouring books using lots of different Snag 'Em Stamps. How perfect would these be in the car on a long trip?


Sophia Allison


These little Apple Snag 'Em Stamps from the Happy Harvest collection are just perfect for a teacher card.



How adorable is this Happy Day card from Sophia. She has used a collage of the little Owl Snag 'Em Stamp from the Happy Harvest Collection and added a couple of tiny butterflies for extra cuteness! We love it!


  Giveaway
 We have another fabulous Snag 'Em Stamp bundle with an amazing assortement of all our favourite stamps to give to one lucky follower and all you have to do is leave a comment on today's post telling us how you love to use your stamps!

Winner will be announced at the end of the week!





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Day 2 Snag 'Em Stamps + Giveaway

Welcome back to another day of Snag 'Em Stamp fun with some wonderfully cute ideas from our talented design team on how they love to use their little Snag 'Em Stamps.

Again we would like to thank our friends over at
for supplying our team with the fabulous coloured pigment inks.

Now onto today's super cute projects!

How adorable is this altered picture frame with the Snag 'Em Stamp Owl from the Happy Harvest Collection stamped over the black background using the white American Crafts Pigment Ink. It sure does make the photo and the cute little leaves and owl pop right out of the frame.






Rhonda has created this darling 'A little thankful' Mini Album using both red and yellow pigment inks from American Crafts and added a hint of glitter embossing powder to add that extra sparkle.
Rhonda's choice of stamps for this sweet album was the ever popular Mr Fox and the Swirling Leaves, both from the Happy Harvest collection.



Just take a look at this fun idea... an invitation for 'movie night'!
Robyn used the Ticket and Koala Stamps from the Animal Crackers collection in combination with Cherry and Mustard Pigment inks from American Crafts.



Happy Camper... such a great card for the outdoorsie kinda guy!
Marielle has created this wonderful card using two the cloud stamp and the happy camper stamp from the Happy Camper collection.

  Giveaway
 Another day of fun projects and now that you are inspired to do some stamping... you're going to need some stamps.
We have a fabulous Snag 'Em Stamp bundle with an amazing assortement of all our favourite stamps to give to one lucky follower and all you have to do is leave a comment on today's post telling us what stamp you would love to see made!

Winner will be announced at the end of the week!



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Snag 'Em Stamps + Giveaway!


Little pieces of artwork... that's the way we like to think of our Snag 'Em Stamps!
They are fun, cute, versatile and complimentary to their collection.
They can be used on layouts, cards, home decor projects, gifts, the possibilities are endless!

Each collection we design comes with six carefully crafted Snag 'Em Stamps and we asked our design team to have a play and see what they could come up with using these itty bitty creations!

Now, before we jump in and start showcasing some fun projects, we would like put a big thankyou out to
who kindly supplied our team with a rainbow of coloured pigment ink.
So what have our team been up to with the Snag 'Em Stamps?

Tracey Taylor

Tracey has created a unique game of memory for her girls using the Enchanted and Bon Voyage Snag 'Em Stamp collections in conjunction with  Leaf and Chestnut American Crafts ink and the Enchanted collection patterned papers


This darling little Princess acrylic stamp was used by Tracey for her memory game and is one of six from the Enchanted collection!



Courtney Lee


Courtney is one of our resident card guru's and this little stunner is no exception! Don't you just love the vellum clouds using the white American Crafts ink and our fun little cloud stamp from the Happy Camper Collection!!! Courtney has used the very popular Snag 'Em Stamps Bear also from the Happy Camper collection and given him a super cute coat of fur using the grape ink from American Crafts.

Don't forget to pop over to Courtney's blog HERE to enter her give-away!!!


Cari Locken


Cari has created this darling little 'Guess Hoo' card using Tree Cluster Snag 'Em Stamp from the Happy Camper collection and another favourite stamp - the Owl Snag 'Em Stamp from the Happy Harvest Collection.

Cari stamped the tree cluster image using the American Crafts leaf green ink and she stamped the owl with the American Crafts chestnut ink and then used a sponge tip to fill in parts of the owl.



 Giveaway
 We hope you enjoyed today's beautiful projects by some of our design team and we also know that you are going to need some of your own Snag 'Em Stamps if you want to get creative and make your own wonderful projets... that we would love to see, so don't forget to post them on our facebook page.
We have a fabulous Snag 'Em Stamp bundle with an amazing assortement of all our favourite stamps to give to one lucky follower and all you have to do is leave a comment on today's post telling us your all-time favourite stamp and then pop over to the American Crafts facebook page HERE and tell them Imaginisce sent you!

Winner will be announced at the end of the week!

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Cari Locken's Geek is Chic clipboard on TV

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Last Week's Winner!


Competition: New Product Video with Erin
Prize: d-stress package
Winner:
Pamelammasaid...
I ink the edges of projects and scrapbook pages frequently. Oh, how I would love to use that tool to do it! I adore your back-to-school tag. Here in NYC, our kids just went back to school on Thursday, so we are in back-to-school mode here. Thanks for the great project tutorials and inspiration!

Please email us your shipping information
no later than midnight Friday, 16th September 2011 and put
the giveaway name in the Subject Line. We will get your prize package out to you as soon as we can.
Congratulations!!

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New Product Video with Erin



Giveaway
So, hands up who would love to win their very own d-stress tool with all the new tips and the super cute new carry case? We are going to give one lucky follower their very own d-stress package and all you have to do is  leave a comment telling us which of Erin's gorgeous projects you would love to make at home.

Winner will be announced at the end of the week!

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New Challenge + August Winner!


It's September and the start of Fall for everyone living in the Northern Hemisphere and the beginning of Spring for our friends South of the Equator. We have so much fun comparing our weather patterns amongst our design team members as we have a couple of gals from Australia and South Africa who are always opposite with their weather patterns.

Well it's time to announce our August monthly challenge winner and it was a very tough decision, our design team pondered on the decision and finally came up with a very deserving winner!
Congratulations
Megan A.
Megan could you please send us an email to contact.imaginisce@gmail.com with your details and also the two current collections you would like to recieve by no later than Friday, 9th September, 2011.

New Monthly Sketch Challenge!
So this month's challenge is easy, simply create a layout or card using our sketch created by design team member Melinda Spinks and using atleast 75% of Imaginisce products. Upload your sketch into the Link at the bottom of this post before September 25 and you will be in the running to win two full collections of your choice!
And now we have some wonderful inspiration from some of our design team!



 Keely Yowler 


 Courtney Lee



 Heather Leopard



 Sophia Allison



Cari Locken



 Frances Sylvia


Now that our design have created some fabulous inspiration for you to get started with your entry into this month's challenge. Don't forget you have until September 25 to have your entry uploaded into the link below. Good luck!

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Weekly Winners!



Competition: Product Spotlight (Sticker Stackers)
Prize: Sticker Stacker Bundle
Winner:
OneScrapHappyMommasaid...
SO many things to love about them - their versatility, the dimension, and that they are just flat out adorable!
Thanks for the chance at an awesome giveaway!

Please email us your shipping information
no later than midnight Saturday, 10th September 2011 and put
the giveaway name in the Subject Line. We will get your prize package out to you as soon as we can.
Congratulations!!

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Sticker Stacker Product Spotlight + Giveaway!


Where did the week go? Can you believe it is Friday already and we have reached the end of another week. However, we will be finishing off with a fun look at Sticker Stackers and the great ways to use these versatile little embellishments.

What is a Sticker Stacker you may ask?
Well take a cute cardstock picture add a few foam pop-dots and then stick another cute cardstock picture or word over the top. There you have it! And not only can they be used as great embellishments, but we also have fun sticker stacker tags that are ideal for journaling!

Geek is Chic Sticker Stacker Sheet!

Bon Voyage Sticker Stacker Sheet!

Bon Voyage Luggage Tag Sticker Stackers

Today we asked three of our talented design team members to create a few cards and tags using the Sticker Stackers and we love what they've come up with!


Kim Holmes

Kim has made this adorable little give tag set and embellished each one with a Sticker Stacker Tag from our 'Sata's Little Helper' Collection.
Imaginisce Products Used: Santa's Little Helper Patterned Paper - All Spruced Up, Peppermint Stick, Holiday Hoopla; Santa's Little Helper Christmas Sentiments Sticker Stackers. Other products used: Bazzill Cardstock, Tim Holtz tiny Attacher and Staples, May Arts Ribbon.



A very sweet Christmas card using the Sticker Stacker as the sentiment.
Imaginisce Products Used: Santa's Little Helper Patterned Paper - Jingle All the Way, All Spruced Up; Santa's Little Helper Winter Wonderland Sticker Stackers. Other products used: Bazzill Cardstock, May Arts Ribbon.


Kim has created this cheerful 'welcome' to school card and added a sticker stacker to embellish the front and add to the school theme.
Imaginisce products used: Geek is Chic Patterned Paper - Geek Speak, School Days; Geek is Chic Back to School Sticker Stackers. Other products used: Bazzill cardstock, Basic Grey Alphas.

Sophia Allison

Sophia has been busy making sure she isn't rushed at Christmas time and has added to her festive tag collection with two adorable little tags using Stickers Stackers as the main focus.

Imaginisce products used:  Santa's Little Helper patterned paper - Jingle All the Way, Peppermint Stick; Winter Wonderland Sticker Stackers. Other products used: Corrugated Board, WRMK Glitter Lace, ColorBox Fluid Chalk, Chiffon Ribbon, Green Satin Ribbon.

Imaginisce Products Used: Santa's Little Helper patterned paper - Jingle All the Way, Peppermint Stick; Winter wonderland Sticker Stackers. Other Products used: Corrugated board, white cardstock, WRMK Glitter Lace, Colorbox fluid Chalk, Chiffon ribbon.

Penny Smith

Penny has created this wonderful little Christmas card that not only comes in a unique shape but also has a little extra surprise hiding away, just waiting to be spotted, isn't he cute!

Imaginisce Products Used: Santa's Little Helper patterned paper - Christmas Magic, Jingle All the Way; Santa's Little Helper Winter Wonderland Sticker Stackers, Snag 'Em Stamps - Reindeer. Other Products Used: American Crafts Kraft Cardstock, American Crafts Ink.
Giveaway
We'd love to give someone a fabulous bundle of Sticker Stackers from our current collections so if you'd like to have a play and create your own tags, cards or layouts then leave a comment on today's post telling us what you love about our sticker stackers.

Winner will be announced at the end of the week!

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New Product Video with Erin

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