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i-Space with Abby

We're back again today with another fun room to share with you. This time we have Design Team member, Abby Laubenstein, sharing her room with us.


Hi crafty friends! I'm so happy to be sharing my work area with you. In a perfect world, I would have a big beautiful scraproom with all the pretties, bells and whistles. It's my dream to someday have my own craft room to get away, relax and do what I love with paper and glue. But reality is, I live in a small apartment with little space for anything. Maybe some of you can relate to my limited space dilemma? But I'm proud to say I was able to put together my scrap space within a 6ft x 5.5ft area in the corner of my livingroom. It's quite compact and stuffed, but not too shabby.. it works for me! :)

Against the only wall is where I keep stacked drawers and shelves that are completely filled with cardstock, tools, embellishments, stamps, inks, embossing supplies etc.

I rarely ever use my scanner, so on top of my printer is where I keep a caddy of some Imaginisce tools. I love how all my i-Top, i-Rock and d-stress tools and accessories fit so perfectly in there!

Underneath my desk, I have 2 shelf/drawer towers on each side of my chair. I put all of my loose patterned paper in 2gal Ziploc bags below with coordinating embellishments in the drawers above. I have pets and the bags help keep pet dander off my paper, and also, they help in organizing my paper by manufacturer, color, theme etc.

There isn't sufficient lighting in this area of the room and it can get pretty dim, so I installed some lights under each side of my desk so I can easily see and locate my supplies. At the right side of my chair, I keep most of my Imaginisce paper collections and supplies.. like my i-Magicut, i-Bond, sticker stackers, chipboard, diecuts, etc. I like it all there in one place because it's so easy for me to grab anything and everything I need. I was a HUGE fan of Imaginisce way before joining the team, so these drawers are jam packed with many many great Imaginisce collections! :)

On top of my desk is where I keep my pens, markers, scissors, sewing floss, buttons etc and awesome Imaginisce tools.

Well, that's pretty much the entire tour ;) As you can see, it is a bit cramped.. but, what I love most about having a small space is that everything is in reach. My computer is near for inspiration, all of my supplies and tools are either right beside me or directly behind me, and I have enough elbow room to create and make messes :) I also have a little bit of wall space to display some of my favorite projects.

Having a small space isn't so bad after all :) If you have a small work area like mine, I'd love if you shared it with me in comments. I'm always looking for suggestions on how to maximize my space even more :)

Thanks for letting me share with you!

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i-Space with Ilene

It's always a treat to get a glimpse into designers creative spaces. Some have big rooms while others have a closet or a kitchen table. Whatever space it is it becomes a place where we are left to create and bring papers, embellishments and photos to life! It's our little oasis.

Today we are thrilled to have Ilene share her space with us. Take it away Ilene!!


I'm lucky enough to have a whole scraproom to myself, and I love that I can get all my stuff out and leave it overnight (or more ;) if need be. The previous owners of our house put a 2-story addition on, and my scraproom is on the 2nd floor of the addition. You enter it through our bedroom, and I think it was meant to be a little "sitting room". There's a skylight, and windows on all three walls - double windows on either side and a triple window on the front. So it's a very sunny and bright room.

This is what you see when you enter through the doors that connect it to the bedroom. I recently removed a lounge chair and rearranged things to be able to add the kids' table and two chairs. I cleared off some storage space for all their art supplies, so now they can always come and join me so we can craft together. I also have a hanging embellishment center from Making Memories. On the floor, you can see a couple paper storage units and two Renee Clip-It-Ups on them - I love these for hanging my letter, rub-ons, stickers, etc. The lamp is a metal torchiere that you touch to turn on. As such, it's magnetic and the perfect way to store all my mini-movers and shakers dies. I kept the furniture light, for the most part, and the floor is light wood, and the walls a pale lavender. With all the natural light, it makes the room a pretty bright and peaceful place.

This is the table I scrap on. It's a really big fold-able party table that I covered it with a lavender sheet. I have a Making Memories table caddy where I keep markers, paint brushes, scissors, etc, within easy reach. I keep a desk calendar there to scrap on, and when it gets old, I simply rip off the top sheet. I also have my cutting mats there (the cute pink one is my adorable Imaginisce cutting mat :) I also recently got an Ott Light (found it at a Tuesday Morning for a great price), and I love how well it works and how little space it takes up. It's especially great for coloring with Copics at night.

This is actually a baker's rack that used to be in the kitchen in our old house. It has a really great stainless steel top, which is a perfect surface for more artsy, dirty type of work. I keep a non-stick craft sheet on it for heat embossing, misting, etc. I keep all my art supplies on the rack - you can see my mists, mediums, penicls, markers, paints, and such here. In the little plastic baskets I have my collection of 6"x6" paper pads.

This tower is from Ikea and I got it specifically for all my embellishments. It's very tall (a good deal thaller than me!) and the plastic baskets are relatively shallow but longer than 12" so they are absolutely perfect for storing scrapbook supplies. I have more letter sticker here, as well as trims, flowers, Christmas-themed and Halloween-themed embellishments, adhesives, and metal embellishments. As far as furniture goes, this was very reasonably priced and easy to assemble. Next to it is a little vintage-looking storage center where I keep all my mini albums waiting to be altered - I have amassed a very respectable collection :) And next to that (you can see a little of it) is a shabby-chic looking little white table.

When you walk in the room, on either side of the double doors, I have put a bookcase. These used to be in our office in our old house and when we moved here, I decided to make good use of them, even though they didn't quite match. But they're nice and spacious. This is one of them, and you can see how much stuff it fits. I have brads and all my punches on one shelf. On the top shelf, all the way to the right are two purple photo boxes. I store all my I-Rock supplies in one, and all my I-Top supplies in the other. My dies are in this bookcase, as well as 8.5"x11" cardstock, and much more. The 2nd bookcase is identical to this one, and in that one I store my stamp binders, my kids' art and scrapbooking supplies, and much more.


Thanks so much Ilene for sharing your creative space with us.
We loved seeing where you work and creative your beautiful pieces of artwork.

Join us again tomorrow as we peek into another designer's crafty room!

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Christmas Cheer Winners!

I do believe that we have some lucky winners to announce today don't we??

This past week our awesome Design Team shared with you so many incredible projects during our "Christmas in July" week.
Weren't they just amazing??

We thank YOU for stopping by our blog and we appreciate all of your comments for the new holiday release and the designers creations.

So would you like to know if you're a winner of our
Christmas Cheer collection?


We have TWO lucky winners this week and they are ....

Christmas Cheer collection pack

Winner #1:

Winner #2:

Congratulations Cindy & TeenBugg38!!
Enjoy your new goodies.

To claim your prize:
Please email us at with your mailing info no later than August 3rd, 2012 and put "Christmas Cheer Release Winner" in the Subject Heading


Have a wonderful weekend!!

We look forward to joining us again next week for a peek at some of our Designer's creative spaces and a new monthly challenge!!

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Christmas in July - Day 4

Welcome to our final day of the Christmas Cheer release party!!!

We hope that you've been inspired by these festive creations from our Design Team and that you've found a ton of ideas that you can use for your holiday crafts this year.

Let's take a look at some more gorgeous projects from our DT!


Rebecca Keppel

I loved working with Christmas Cheer and found it very easy to use for both holiday layouts and decor. There is a perfect mix of basic patterns and adorable patterns. The large die cuts always make great titles and the smaller stickers are perfect for embellishing ornaments or other home decor items. The i Rock adds the perfect touch of dimension and bling.

Holiday Ornaments

"Merry Christmas"

Adora Concepcion

I was so excited to do some "Christmas in July" projects! The collection is just gorgeous and I love it!!!

"Christmas Cookies"

For my first project I created this simple 'yummy' layout! Sweets are a big part of every homes' Christmas tradition & it would not be the same without it right?! :). I thought the paper and the traditional Christmas colors were so fitting for this layout ... and so festive.

I also added a little bit of crystal randomly on the page for sparkle.

Paper Cone Ornaments

For my second project, I created these little ornaments. It's super easy and fun to make.

As a paper crafter, I collect all kind of templates that will work on paper projects.

Trace shape onto the paper, cut out the shape, with bone folder, score paper on fold lines, fold into shape then close along one side using hot glue gun. Decorate with trim and cut out images from the paper.

Rhonda Van Ginkel

My layout was inspired the Christmas Eve pictures that I attempted to get of our boys in their "Christmas Pajamas" last year. They were so excited about Santa and their Superman pajamas they could not sit still.

I decided to do a couple of photo collages to help tell the story. I pieced my title together to become "Be Jolly, Merry & Bright" using a sticker stacker and one of the die cuts. I added a holly flourish die cut using a Cheery Lynn Designs die, then some finishing touches of bling with my i-Rock of course!

The coordinating elements in this line really make creating a beautiful page so effortless!

Spinner Card
The card that I created was cut using my Silhouette. I loved the idea of the spinner with "Naughty" or "Nice" as choices, so I used my Dymo labeler to create them.

The i-Top 2.0 was the perfect anchor for my wheel. The bow on top was cut apart from the wreath die cut.

I hope you've enjoyed my projects!



We're going to Giveaway TWO collections of our new Christmas Cheer release!

All you have to do is leave a comment on every post this week (Monday through Thursday) and let the Design Team know how they've inspired you with their holiday themed creations!
(Winners will be announced Friday, July 27th)

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Christmas in July - Day 3

Welcome back to Day 3 of our Release Party for the new Christmas collection!
We've got many more incredible projects to share with you today so let's just get right to it!


Regina Mangum

Merry Christmas Santa Layout
I created this layout for my little guy's first "successful" (i.e. no tears or screaming) visit to see Santa. I love the big, happy die-cuts in this collection, which helped me to use just a single photo of the big moment.

Days 'Til Christmas Countdown Calendar
The wonderful "B-sides" in this collection were the perfect patterns for this countdown calendar -- perfect complimentary colors and patterns for something a bit more elegant.

The word "Christmas" is actually cut from one of the border sides of the paper and it was exactly what I was looking for to finish off my project.

Heather Leopard

Though some might think that celebrating Christmas in July is a bit too early, I actually really love it. It gets me into the mindset to start my planning. There are a few things I like to start thinking about early...Christmas dress attire and gifts for teachers and neighborhood pals. Thanks to Imaginisce, I've got a good head start...

Mistletoe Earrings
I'm always on the hunt for handmade jewelry. These earrings are the perfect accessory for a fun night in on Christmas Eve!

I cut them from a pine cone file using my Silhouette CAMEO. My twist to them was using my Magni-top Magnet Earring Kit and a bit of twine to turn them into earrings. I made a coordinating box so that I can give them as a gift.

Christmas Treat Bags
Each year I try to think of something cute to give to the 15 kids who live on our cul-de-sac as well as to the teachers and administrative staff at my daughters' schools. This year I am going to give them homemade s'mores kits packaged neatly in this little gift tote.

I used my CAMEO again to cut the file and then I used my i-Punch to punch holes in the inside baggie. I them threaded the ribbon through the baggie and the back of the gift bag, tying it and sealing the edges in a chevron cut using my i-Magicut. I'm pretty happy, it's only July and I know what we'll be giving out this year!

Cari Locken

I really enjoyed using the new Christmas Cheer collection to scrapbook layouts of our Christmas holidays from last year. The colors & patterns worked so well with my photos and the designs are super cute!

"Tis the Season"
I added some red Glam Rocks to the Christmas Tree die-cut & a small silver stud to the bell ornament. I also used some Foam Tape to add dimension to the title die-cut, "Tis the Season".

"Be Jolly"
I really had fun creating this layout for two reasons.

I first of all wanted to bring one of the hottest trends into my layout - chevrons. I cut strips of patterned paper and then used my square punch along each strip (on both sides) to create the chevron design. I adhered all of these strips to a green cardstock piece.

I then wanted to have fun with some snowflakes so I designed the placement of the snowflakes using the Cricut Craftroom software & the Graphically Speaking cartridge. I then cut it out using my Cricut Expression 2. I adhered patterned paper behind the cut out snowflakes and used some of the smaller snowflakes on the top of my layout & adhered with foam tape.
I adhered some red Glam Rocks to the centers of the snowflakes for a bit of added bling & visual interest/color.

Diana Fisher

"Merry & Bright"
I love the classic look to the Christmas Cheer collection. I especially liked the larger die cuts for the title and the ornaments. They really pop off the page and add fantastic depth to the layout.

All of the papers coordinate so well in the Christmas Cheer collection. I love how the red, green, white and even the patterns are work flawlessly together.

This little wooden birdhouse ornament was made using a few different pieces of the paper as well as the Clicut Retractable Pen Knife to help with fitting each piece perfectly on the sides of the birdhouse. I can't wait to hang this on my tree this year!



We're going to Giveaway TWO collections of our new Christmas Cheer release!

All you have to do is leave a comment on every post this week (Monday through Thursday) and let the Design Team know how they've inspired you with their holiday themed creations!
(Winners will be announced Friday, July 27th)

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Christmas in July - Day 2

So how are those gingerbread cookies tasting?
Did you get that cup of hot cocoa yet?
I actually made some for my kids yesterday afternoon because it was a rainy & cooler day here. Not cold enough to feel like Christmas yet but definitely made me start to think about it.

We're thrilled that you enjoyed yesterday projects from some of our Design Team members and we're excited to share some more projects over the next few days.

So let's continue with the inspiration!


Tiffany Hood

I absolutely loved working with the Christmas Cheer collection. The cute characters make me so excited for Christmas time! For my projects, I decided to "bling" them out by adding I-Rock jewels and hot rocks to all my projects. In my layout I used them on all the border strips, the ornaments, and the three to add some extra sparkle. I also added I-Rock jewels in red for my cards.

For the wall hanging, I used white hot rocks to embellish the clock, and used more jewels on the tree. The base is a pre-made wood plaque I got from the craft store. I painted it red, mod-podged paper onto the front, and added ribbon, the bell, and all the cute characters using lots of dimensional foam adhesive.

Mary Ann Jenkins

I love the traditional Christmas colors in the new Christmas Cheer collection!

"Christmas Eve" layout

"Happy Holidays" layout
The beautiful patterned papers along with the cute die cuts work perfectly with my photos from 2010 just as well as they do with this old black and white from 1951.

Ilene Tell

I loved using "Christmas Cheer" to scrap pictures of my kids opening their gifts on Christmas morning. The colors and patterns made the collection really easy to scrap with, and it's a very versatile collection - there are so many directions you can go with it, depending on which colors you pull on. My favorite part had to be the new die-cut collection pack. They've gotten even bigger and fuller, if that's possible - the titles, as well as the images on both layouts came from that package. Whereas before, you had one pack for the titles and one for the shapes, not it's all combined and there's so much to choose from. It was hard to restrain myself from using the flowers and cute reindeer, and Santa, and so on :)

"Merry & Bright" layout

"December 25th" layout



We're going to Giveaway TWO collections of our new Christmas Cheer release!

All you have to do is leave a comment on every post this week (Monday through Thursday) and let the Design Team know how they've inspired you with their holiday themed creations!
(Winners will be announced Friday, July 27th)

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Christmas in July - Day 1

Ho! Ho! Ho!!!

It's time to put on the holiday tunes, bake some gingerbread cookies and sit by the crackling fire!

That's right! We're celebrating Christmas in July this week and we'd love for you to join us!!
We are so excited to share with you the new Christmas Cheer collection.

The Design Team have been working very hard on their creations and we can't wait to share them with you.
So let's get started!


Shellye McDaniel

Altered Frame: "Be Jolly"
I purchased an inexpensive baroque frame, removed the glass and added my own altered photo using Christmas Cheer! I have a special place in my kitchen where I hang a little something for each holiday or season...this will fit there perfectly.

The large die-cuts are wonderful for projects like this one; they're a piece of art-work in themselves. I stamped the snowflakes, and then cut them out before adding them to the art.

I also added a few red Glam Rocks with the I Rock Tool...just right for holly berries!

Of course, a project wouldn't be complete with a nice big bow on top! I used the I-Magi-Cut to quickly cut and seal the ends of the ribbon.

"Ho, Ho, Ho"
I wanted to showcase several of the different patterns on this layout, so I used various lengths
of strips in forming my photo mat.

You will notice that one strip goes completely from the top to bottom of the page and has been machine-stitched; I made this my vertical focal point and accentuated it with the placement of the tree die-cut. I cut down one of the scrolled journal Sticker Stackers and tucked it behind the top photo. After adding a couple of I Top Brads, the layout was complete!

Abby Laubenstein

Christmas is my favorite holiday so Christmas Cheer topped my wishlist! I absolutely love all the little cheerful characters and images, as well as the tradition color scheme. I created a fun holiday layout which includes many different patterns, i-top brads and lots of i-rock bling :)

"Merry Christmas"

I also used the i-rock on a holiday card in addition to the Snag 'em stamps. Such a cute stamp collection in this new line!

"Holiday Cheer"

When using my i-rock on projects, I have a hard time picking up the tiny hot rocks with my fingertips. Imaginisce's LED lighted tweezers have become my new best friend! They're so very helpful, easy to hold and the LED light is a big bonus.

Guiseppa Gubler

When I saw the new Christmas Cheer Collection by heart skipped a beat. I love the gorgeous papers and fun die cuts.
This collection is classic and will work for any Christmas project. I decided to do a couple of my favorites...a layout and a card, but I am sure there are many more fun projects to come using this Christmasy collection.

"Christmas Cheer"

"Merry Christmas"

Ro Philippsen

The Christmas Imaginisce Collection is one of the beautiful I've ever had the pleasure to have in my hands. The colors are beautiful and classic, just the way I like, and the prints are amazing!

Door Hanger
I loved creating this door hanger, rich in detail and can not wait to arrive in December to use it on my Christmas decorations.

This year I will make many cards with this beautiful collection!



I bet you know what's coming next huh?
Well, of course it is!!

We're going to Giveaway TWO collections of our new Christmas Cheer release!

All you have to do is leave a comment on every post this week (Monday through Thursday) and let the Design Team know how they've inspired you with their holiday themed creations!
(Winners will be announced Friday, July 27th)

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New Release Winners!!

We've got some lucky WINNERS to announce today.

This past our designers shared some fabulous projects that they created from Everyday items and we also shared with you THREE new collections that were released this past week at CHA.

So, today we're announcing 3 winners of those collections.

Giveaway #1:
Christmas Cheer collection pack



Giveaway #2:
Monster Mash collection pack



Giveaway #3:
Love You More collection pack


Congratulations to our 3 lucky winners!!!

To claim your prize:
Please email us at with your mailing info no later than July 27th, 2012 and put "CHA New Releases #1, #2 or #3" in the Subject Heading.

Thanks again for joining us this past week!


Next week (July 23rd - 26th) - our Designers will be sharing with you some
festive holiday ideas.
So if you're sweltering from the heat this summer come join us next week and cool off a bit as we celebrate Christmas in July!!

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Everyday Inspiration - Day 5

Thanks for joining us this past week. We hope that we have inspired you to find inspiration from things that you normally just take for granted and don't even notice.

Today we have just a couple more amazing projects to share with you.


I was inspired by the lamp in my son's room to create this layout about the first time we took him to a tide pool.

I wanted to capture the stitched and dotted feel of the stars and discovered that the d-Stress was the perfect tool for the job.

Also, I love the white dots all over the lamp and used the i-Rock and white glam rocks to re-create that design element.

Patterned Paper: Bon Voyage, Sole Sisters, Apple Cider (Imaginisce)
Tools: i-Rock and d-Stress (Imaginisce)
Cardstock: Textured white (American Crafts); White Washed (Core'dinations)
Accents: white glam rocks (Imaginisce); packing tape (generic)
Stickers: Blue High Five Alphabet Stickers (Bella Blvd)
Dies: Lollipop Alphabet (Lifestyle Crafts)

I was inspired by a movie I watched recently, Little Miss Sunshine.

I specifically focused in on the sunny aspect of the inspiration piece and aptly used the same title of my Little Miss Sunshine contemplating getting in the Gulf Coast water.

I mixed in Kraft cardstock to mimic the sand and then brought in various suns and misting to give it a warm, sunny feel.

Supplies: Imaginisce (Makin' Waves collection: Walking on Sunshine 12x12 Paper, Bloomin' Hot 12x12 Paper, Keepin Cool 12x12 Paper; Berrylicious collection: Cherry Lemonade, Die-cuts); Maya Road How's the Weather mini chipboard set; My Little Shoebox mini alpha stickers chiffon, AdornIt mini alpha stickers Radiant.


Thank you again for joining us this past week.

We'd love to see what has inspired you to create lately.
Please feel free to share your work with us on our Facebook wall.


Now we did say that we would announce some winners today of our new releases but ....

You'll have to join us again tomorrow for that because
we have ONE more AWESOME collection that we want to share with you today!!

It's called

How adorable is that??
Plus there's some fabulous new embellishments and stickers in this collection that you are sure to LOVE! :)

Ok here's a look at the 12x12 papers.

Border Love
Love Notes
Heart Attack
Make a Wish
Bee Mine
Hugs & Kisses
Cupids Arrow
Groovy Love
Brave Heart

The Embellishments/Stickers

Love Letters Alphabet 12x12 Sticker Sheet

Love Birds 12x12 Sticker Sheet

Push My Button Pack
Stuck on You Washi Tape
(2 rolls of tape in two patterns)
Lovely Lace Doilies
(8 pieces per pack, 3 different colors)

Lotsa Hearts Mesh Hearts
(3 different size hearts, 12 pieces)
So, what do you think of this collection??

We'll pick ONE lucky winner to receive this new collection.
Just leave us a comment on this post today telling us what you thought of the designers creations above & this new release.

(Winner will be announced Sat., July 21st)

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Everyday Inspiration - Day 4

Welcome back to Day 4 of our Everyday Inspiration!

Another day filled with creative ideas.
Let's take a look at what the Design Team members prepared for us today.


Besides scrapbooking, I love to quilt.
Well, since I've only made one quilt, you can't really say I quilt, but you can say I love to look at quilts. I am mesmerized by all the colors, patterns and designs. I like looking at quilt blogs too, which is where I found the inspiration for my layout.
I love the part chevron/part arrow design.
( This is the website where I found this beautiful quilt. Notice where her inspiration for the quilt came from?? A rubber stamp set!
For my layout, I followed the arrow/chevron design and included some pictures from our mini getaway in Monterey.

I did a little machine stitching to add the arrows to my cardstock, then added the photos and the title.

There are so many places to find inspiration for your layouts. Where have you found ideas for your scrapbooking??

Supplies: Imaginisce (Makin' Waves: Keepin' Cool & Hello Cupcake: Wish Big, Oversized Die-cuts)

My inspiration came from the bike tires. Since we've been helping Nate practice riding his bike without training wheels every day, I can't help but dream about bike tires (lol)!

They were an obvious inspiration for this layout — the circles and the little black bike tires, too.

Supplies: Pattern Paper: Makin' Waves and Hello Cupcake, Die Cut: Hello Cupcake, Clicut pen knife, Silhouette Cameo, black card stock

I used a collage art piece that sits in my bathroom as inspiration. It's a print by Kelly Rae Roberts.
My inspiration were the descriptive strips that were placed across the front of the girl's dress. I took the same concept and used it on this 8x11 layout of my son. I wanted to be able to use several strips and large enough so that each one could be read easily...because of that I went with a 5x7 photo.

Supplies: Imaginisce (Hello Cupcake & Makin' Waves patterned papers, Hello Cupcake Stickers, i-Top Small Brad Daddies, i-Top 2.0 tool)


Pop by our blog tomorrow for more inspiring & eye-catching projects!


We've got another great collection to share with you that's being released at CHA right now.

It's called

Here's a look at the 12x12 papers.

Fall Medley

Haunted Forest

Tricks & Treats

Spook Alley

Pick of the Patch


The Snag 'em Stamp collection.





Sugar Skull


The sticker & embellishments.

Fright Night Canvas Stickers

Boo-tiful Friends Sticker Stacker

Magic Words Sticker Stacker

Chopboard Treats chipboard Stickers

Ghoulish Delights Die Cuts

So .... who would like to win this fun collection???

Just leave us a comment today and let us know what you think of this new collection and leave a comment letting us know what you liked about the Designer's projects today.

(winner will be announced on Friday, July 20th)

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Everyday Inspiration - Day 3

It's Day 3 of our Everyday Feature. Welcome Back!

So, ... what have you been inspired by lately?
The coffee mug you use everyday?
The comforter on your bed?
The clothing ad in your favorite magazine?
Whatever it is that catches your eye you can use bits & pieces of that to help you with your next creation whether it be the colors, the basic design or even the textures.

Let's take a look at some more projects that our Design Team girls have created.


Like a lot of crafty people, I love to look around for inspiration for my projects. I usually find a lot of inspiration online. Now, I have discovered Pinterest...whether that's good or bad, I don't know. Lately, it has been my favorite place to look. One of my favorite boards (besides the crafty ones) is the jewelry. I have always been drawn to jewelry, so when I saw this amazing necklace, I knew I wanted to create my Everyday Inspiration project from it.

I love the flowers on this necklace and how they are all clustered together. So, I decided to make some of my own and clustered them on the layout.

There is also a little bit of bling on this necklace so I added some to my project as well. I used the I-Rock and Hot Rocks along with the stencil kit to create these blingy flowers. They remind me of the flowers on the necklace.

As an added touch, I added the flower doily, cut from my Silhouette, to help give the page a little more of a vintage feel since the necklace looks vintage itself.

Finally, the picture! Do you recognize some of these pretty ladies? Yep...some amazing girls form the Imaginisce Design Team!

Supplies: Imaginisce (Making Waves Patterned Paper, Hello Cupcake Patterned Paper, Fabric Roly Rosies, Paper Roly Rosies, Petal Roller, I-Rock, I-Rock Stencil, Hot Rocks, Glam Rocks, Bitty Blossoms, Cupcake Flowers)

My inspiration for todays project was this tapestry from India that hangs on my bedroom wall. I love the combination of elements together.

What I created is an oversize card for one of my nieces birthday. Perfect way to use my Imaginisce paper scraps. It's an 8X8 wall hanging card. I ripped pieces of paper to create the background. Then I embellished it with punch out butterflies and the birthday message die cuts.

Supplies: Imaginisce Papers; Sole Sisters; Personality, I pick you, Sole Mates, Girl Stuff; Fabric Roly Rosies Denim and Hello Cupcake Wish Come True Die Cuts.
Other supplies; Martha Stewart Butterfly punch.

You know those days when the sky is gray and chocolate seems to have no taste?
Maybe you just need a nice pair of high heels and lipstick to feel better & beautiful!

This was my inspiration for my Everyday Inspiration project.

... and here is a card that I created from my inspiration.

Supplies: Imaginisce (Sole Sisters collection: Purse-onality & Girl Stuff patterned papers, Girly Girl Sticker Stacker, Picture This Canvas Sticker)


Thanks for joining us again today.
We'll have plenty more inspiration again tomorrow so come back & join us!


CHA opened yesterday in Chicago and the isles were bustling.
Imaginisce has a couple new collections that we're releasing and one of them is called ....

Here are the 12x12 papers.


Candy Cane Forest

Christmas Joy

Be Jolly

Happy Winter

Warm Wishes

The collection of Snag 'em Stamps.

Candle Tree

Gingerbread Boy

Gingerbread Girl


Partridge & Pear Tree

The collection of Stickers.

Christmas Cheer Canvas Stickers

Gift Giving Sticker Stacker

Happy Holidays Sticker Stacker

Peace on Earth Chipboard Stickers

Rejoice Die Cuts
Would you like to win this collection?

Then leave us a comment here today letting us know what you thought of the DT's projects and what you like best about the new christmas collection.

(winner will be announced Fri., July 20th)

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Everyday Inspiration - Day 2

Welcome back to Day Two of our Everyday Inspiration feature.
We've got some more fabulous projects to share with you today.


I have a bright & happy bathroom with a fun and colorful shower curtain.

Inspiration can be found anywhere! Will your shower curtain inspire you? ;)

Supplies: Imaginisce (Makin' Waves, Sole Sisters & Happy Camper patterned papers); Other: Fiskars border punch, alpha stickers, cardstock

I had a pinboard at a local scrapbook store years ago and used the design, some colors and idea of a pin board as inspiration.

Supplies: Imaginisce (Makin' Waves, Geek is Chic, Hello Cupcake patterned papers), i-Top brads & i-Top 2.0 tool, Geek is Chic (die cuts & journaling stacked sticker); Other: Cameo, Bazzill Cardstock, Therm-o-web Adhesives, Making Memories clip, American Crafts alphas

When we were challenged to use an everyday item for inspiration, I just had to use my can of Red Bull. It's certainly an everyday item for me, and it does inspire :)

My LO is titled "Life At The Speed Of Light", and I think it fits the Red Bull theme perfectly - life is always "go,go,go".

I added a vintage clock to emphasize the theme of time flying (as well as the butterflies).

I also used the look of the can for inspiration - more streamlined lines, and a combination of sliver, red, and blue. I think this LO serves nicely as my ode to my very favorite day-starter.

Supplies: Paper, Recycled Packaging: Imaginisce (Sole Sisters Collection), Mini Iron: Imaginisce, Iron-On Flourish: Imaginisce, I-Rock, I-Rock Silver Studs: Imaginisce, Die-Cutting Machine: Sizzix, Die: Tim Holtz (Sizzix), Film Strip Ribbon: Tim Holtz, Heat Gun: Marvy Uchida, Embossing Powder: WOW Embossing Powder, Flowers, Butterfly: Creative Charms, Brads: My Mind's Eye, Mask: Crafter's Workshop, Color Spray: Tattered Angels, Foam Letters: American Crafts, Letter Stickers: My Little Shoebox, Ink: Cat's Eye Chalk, Other: cardstock


Thanks for joining us today!
We hope you were inspired to take a look around you and find inspiration from the everyday.

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Everday Inspiration - Day 1

This week we are going to be filling your world with so much inspiration it will blow your mind. The Design Team gals have been challenged to find some everyday item and use it for inspiration to create a layout, card or other type of project. And wow!!! Their projects are amazing!!!!

Let's take a look at what they've been working on.


For my everyday inspiration, I selected the children's book The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Currently it's a big favorite of the little guy who is 3. In looking at the cover, I saw our i-Top 2.0 and brad daddies come to life with a variety of cool paper colors.

The yellow Makin' Waves paper was used and I stamped the center of the Sun Snag' Em Stamp on it. A 28mm i-Top punch was used to punch the shape. Next, I used my d-Stress tool to give the edges a bit of wear and texture. I used a circle die to give my sun the relief area so I could feature the "HI" letters in my alphabet strip.

Every caterpillar needs a set of antennae and to create mine, I use one of my favorite tools, the Fabric Petal Roller. Simply use this tool with either florist wire or fine gauge jewelry wire and creating antennae for your butterflies or creatures is a breeze! I finished off Mr. Caterpillar with the Silver Tear gems.

What have you seen today that inspires you? Sometimes the simplest things can trigger inspiration!

Makin' Waves Paper, Imaginisce
Geek is Chic Paper, Imaginisce
Hello Cupcake Paper, Imaginisce
Sun Snag' Em Stamp - Makin' Waves, Imaginisce
i-Top 2.0
i-Top Brad Daddies: 34mm (1), 28mm (2), 22mm (3), 16mm (1)
i-Top Punches: 34mm, 28mm, 22mm, 16mm
Fabric Petal Roller, Imaginisce
Glam Rocks - Silver Tears
Glam Rocks - Black
Cardstock - Bazzill
Olive Branch Die - Cheery Lynn Designs
Fence Die - Cheery Lynn Designs
Squiggle Die - MFT
Circle Die - Spellbinders
Vagabond - Sizzix
Black Ink - Memento
Other: Jewelry Wire, Wire Snips, Googley Eyes, Sewing Machine, Thread

I found my inspiration from a photo frame that hangs on a wall in my scrapbook room. Pictures of my 3 children and the basic frame design really captured my creativity.

I used the basic rectangle design of the frame and repeated it in white cardstock on my layout. I used the CutBright rotary cutter, mat and ruler to cut out the two 'windows' on the cardstock.

I designed the words "sibling smiles" in the Cricut Craft Room and cut it out on my Cricut Expressions 2.
I continued the heart theme by cutting out a larger heart shape from red patterned paper (Bon Voyage collection) and surrounded the edges with white Glam Rocks.

I added a few more Glam Rocks on the white frame and used my i-top 2.0 tool to make some medium sized brads for the center of 2 of my flowers.

Supplies: Imaginisce (Bon Voyage collection: papers and sitckers; fabric flowers; i-Top 2.0 tool, med. brad daddies, i-rock tool & Glam Rocks (white)); Other - Core'dinations Colorcore Cardstock, Cricut Expressions 2 machine

My layout was inspired by a logo I saw. It's so colorful, which I love! :)

I used papers from the Makin' Waves collection for all the stars, and I misted the background with Glimmer Mist.

Then I misted some scrap paper and used it to make the I-Top brads, and added I-Rock gems for even more bling!

Supplies: Imaginisce (Makin' Waves patterned papers, Berrylicious patterned paper, i-Top 2.0 tool,i-Top brads (22mm and 16mm), i-rock tool, i-rock Rhinestuds , i-rock Glitter Hot Rocks , i-rock Jewels, i-rock Bracket & Border Stencil Set jewels, i-rock Swirl Stencil set jewels , Other: Glimmer Mist


Why not take a look around you and really look at things in a creative way. What inspires you? Is it nature? Is it the plaid pattern on a new shirt? Is it a pair of earrings?
Whatever it is use it as inspiration for your next project.

What did you think of today's projects?

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MIx & Match - Day 5

Welcome to our final day of MIX & MATCH week!

We hope that you've enjoyed it and we look forward to seeing your work and sharing your projects on our blog tomorrow so remember to share your work on our Facebook page (no later than today at 12 midnight PST)

Today we have a couple more projects to share with you.


Abby created this super fun layout using Hello Cupcake, Makin' Waves and Hippity Hop collections. We love the dimension that the punched circles create and how the colored papers just pop off the white background! So much fun!!

The Imaginisce collections are beautiful individually, but are lovely to mix and create amazing layouts. Ro mixed three collections (Makin' Waves, Hippity Hop and Hello Cupcake) and she was thrilled with the result!


Thanks for stopping by & have a fabulous weekend!

Tomorrow we will share some of your projects on our blog so remember share, share, share (on our Facebook wall).

We have a few winners from previous contests/giveaway here on our blog that have not emailed us yet with their mailing info.

Here's a list of winners that we still haven't heard from:

1. Tool Extravaganza Winners: Kimberli, jennyplace2, and SharonDoesBaskets

2. Magni-top Jewelry Prize: Got2BCrafting

** If you have sent us an email could you please re-send us another email to OR and put the Giveaway title in the Subject Heading.

Thanks so much!!

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Mix & Match - Day 4

It's Day 4 of our fun MIX & MATCH week and we hope that you've been enjoying it as well as being inspired by all of these projects.
(remember ... check the Designers blog for more pictures & project details)

Isn't this fabulous? Rebecca used Hello Cupcake, Makin' Waves and Geek is Chic ( and a smidge of Hippity Hop) to create this incredible design.

This layout is about Tiffany's two boys' accomplishments on the 4th of July... they "waterskied" for the first time! (on a ski trainer, but still so super cool). She used Hello Cupcake, Makin' Waves, and Animal Crackers to commemorate their event. :)

Cari captured her children's smiles on their 1st & last day of school and created a fun layout using patterned papers & embellishments from the Sole Sisters, Hello Cupcake and Makin' Waves collections.

Remember to share your Mix & Match projects with us on our Facebook Wall.
We will be choosing a few projects to share on our blog.

See you tomorrow for our final day!

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MIx & Match - Day 3

We're back with Day 3 of our MIX & MATCH feature.
It's been so much fun to see how the Design Team have been mixing up our collections. So many wonderful ideas & so much inspiration!

And ... we've got more for you today!


For Mary Ann's layout she used a mix of the Hippity Hop, Makin' Waves & Hello, Cupcake collections. The bright colors all mix and match and work great with these neutral beach photos. For the fun cloud strip, she punched clouds from vellum, then machine stitched it along with the polka dot paper directly to the cardstock.

On this striking layout Shellye used patterned papers from the Makin' Waves, Hello Cupcake and Sole Sisters collections.

This fun layout was created using Animal Crackers, Hello Cupcake and Geek is Chic. If you take a close look you'll notice Rhonda's creativity as she used some of the packaging (from collections) on this layout as well the moustache (from Animal Crackers collection) which she cut in half.


If you click on a Designer's name it will take you to their blog where you can read more details about their project and see more pictures.

Remember to share your Mix & Match projects with us on our Facebook Wall.
We will be choosing a few projects to share on our blog.

See you tomorrow!

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Mix & Match - Day 2

So were you inspired yesterday to try and mix our collections up?
We sure hope so.

We've got more wonderful creations to share with you today
on our 2nd Day of MIX & MATCH week.
(remember ... check the Designers blog for more pictures & project details)


Guiseppa used Hello Cupcake, Sole Sisters and
Makin' Waves to create this stunning layout.

To create this fabulous floral page Ilene used papers and other embellishments from the Makin' Waves, Hippity Hop and Hello Cupcake collections.

Heather created this adorable birthday gift box for her Grandma's 88th birthday mixing up elements from the Hello Cupcake, Makin' Waves and Sole Sisters collections.


Remember to share your Mix & Match projects with us on our Facebook Wall.
We will be choosing a few projects to share on our blog.

See you tomorrow!

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Mix & Match - Day 1

We've got a fun week planned for you!
It's our 1st ever MIX & MATCH feature!

The Design Team gals were challenged to mix 3 Imaginisce collections together to create a project and let me tell you ... they are all amazing!!!

These projects are intended to show how easy it is to incorporate & mix various elements together from different collections. I'm quite positive that you will be inspired!

Let's take a look at today's projects
and make sure to hop on over to the Designers blogs this week as well as they often share more detailed photos and other helpful information about their creations.


Diana used Sole Sisters, Makin' Waves & Hello Cupcake
to create this layout.

Regina used Makin' Waves, Hippity Hop and Hello Cupcake
to create this fabulous mini album.

Adora created this layout using patterned papers & other elements from the Makin' Waves, Hello Cupcake and Sole Sisters collections.

We'd love to see what you come up with when you mix up THREE of our
Imaginisce collections and create one project.

Please share you project on our Facebook wall and we will pick a few to share on our blog at the end of the week!!

Join us again tomorrow!

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It's that time of the week again where we share creations that we've spied on the interent (through various scrapbook galleries, blogs, our Facebook wall, etc.) So please keep sharing your work - we love seeing what you create with Imaginisce!!

Today we're sharing a super cute card using our Snag'em Stamps
from the Happy Harvest collection.

This fun card was created by ScrapsationKate and spotted on's gallery.

Congrats Kate on being spied!

We hope that you have a fabulous weekend and will come back next week
for our Mix & Match projects!!

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July 4th Celebration

Today we wrap up our July 4th Celebration Ideas and we hope that you have enjoyed the various projects and gained some inspiration for next year's holiday!

Today we have Abby Laubenstein sharing her talents with us.

It all started with a fun holiday card for a friend. Soon the fun colors and designs prompted me to also wrap licorice sticks and create some fun poppers! This party set was a big holiday success at my home. My family not only loved the creative presentation, but also breaking open those poppers to find hidden treats inside.
Imaginisce: Hello Cupcake "Cheers" & "Wish Big" papers, Animal Crackers "Under the Big Top" paper, i-Magicut ribbon cutter, i-Top punches (16mm, 22mm and 28mm)
Other: Cuttlebug and embossing folder, tissue paper, ribbon, Fiskars border punch, Paper Smooches stamp set, hemp cord and cardstock


We hope that you have enjoyed these festive celebratory ideas this past week. Keep them in mind for next year as you celebrate the red, white & blue!!

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July 4th Celebration

We've got another day of fabulous projects for you so let's take a look at what Adora & Rhonda have created.


I wanted to create a background that will mimic the color contrast of the photo. The red and white polka dots papers I thought was the perfect match. I then embellished the page with a cut out kites as a banner, some buttons and a punch out paper.

Supplies used: Imaginisce; Hello Cupcake Wish Big & Celebrate You paper, Hippity Hop Fly a Kite Paper and Sole Sisters Girl Stuff paper; I-top tool.

The inspiration for this was the leftover "Ladies & Gentlemen" brad daddy that I had made for a different project but was not used.

I pulled some papers from a few of my collections to get a nice variety of red white and blue colors.

Bon Voyage Paper - Imaginisce
Geek is Chic Paper - Imaginisce
Animal Crackers Paper, Banner and Ticket - Imaginisce
i-Rock - Imaginisce
Hot Rocks Compact, Crystal - Imaginisce
Hot Rocks Compact, Jewel - Imaginisce
i-Top 2.0 - Imaginisce
16mm i-Top punch - Imaginisce
16mm brad daddy (1) - Imaginisce
White Cardstock, American Crafts
Blue Cardstock, Coredinations
Small Scalloped Punch, Martha Stewart
Star Die, Spellbinders
Star Embossing Folder, Cuttlebug
Vagabond, Sizzix
Bingo Card, Jenni Bowlin Studios
'Freedom' Rub On and Eyelets, Making Memories
Other: Florist Wire, Sewing Machine and Thread
Twine, The Twinery


We want to wish all of you have very Happy 4th of July!!!
Tomorrow we will have one more project for you in honor of this holiday so please join us!

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July 4th Celebrations

We're back with some more incredible ideas to celebrate the 4th of July!
Today we have Diana & Tiffany sharing their talents with us.


Description: I used the Silhouette Cameo to cut out stars and a sun on white card stock. I then backed the pattern papers underneath the die cuts to show through the spaces. The final look is layered and colorful for showing off the festiveness of the July 4th holiday!

SUPPLIES: Imaginisce (Makin' Waves and/or Hello Cupcake papers, stickers, canvas stickers and die cuts), Silhouette Cameo, gel pens, mist.

I had a lot of fun creating a "4th of July" themed party- complete with fireworks! For these items I used the "Cheers" and "Wish Big" cardstock from the Hello Cupcake collection, as well as my I-Rock and gems to add some "bling." I used my Cricut and the Stand and Salute cartridge as well as some Lifestyle Crafts/QuicKutz dies for the shapes.

Here are some collage pictures to showcase the details of Tiffany's project.
Supplies: Cheers cardstock, Wish Big cardstock, I-Rock tool, Hot Rocks Compact-Rhinestuds,
Hot Rocks Compact-Crystal


We'll be back tomorrow with some more creative ideas. Please join us!

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July 4th Celebrations

Backyard BBQ's, celebrations with friends & family and watching the incredible fireworks at night are memories that many of us create during this holiday time.

A few of our Design Team members have created some stunning projects that help celebrate this special day and honor those who serve our country!

Today we have Regina & Guiseppa sharing projects with us.


To thank our hardworking and brave troops, I created a card using a postcard image trimmed from a sheet of patterned paper from the Bon Voyage collection. It worked out great that many of the colors turned out to be shades of red, white, and blue -- I love when I can use a collection for many different themes!

Supplies used: Patterned Paper: from Bon Voyage collection (Imaginisce), Cardstock: Crumb Cake (Stampin' Up!), Ink: Not Quite Navy (Stampin' Up!), Stamps: sentiment from Think Big Favorites #2 (PTI), Dies: Nesting Stars (Spellbinders), Fibers: Rope Twine (Canvas Corp)

I made these fun 4th of July firework treats simply by using toilet paper rolls. I covered the toilet paper rolls in tissue paper and then covered them again using papers from the Hello Cupcake Collection. I then filled them with candy, The fuse was made from floral wire that I painted gold. Finally, I tied them off with some twine and decorated them to look 4th of July festive. What a fun treat to give away on the 4th of July!

Supplies used: Imaginisce (Hello Cupcake Patterned paper, Hot Rocks, I-rock tool); Other: May Arts (trim), The Twinery (twine), Bazzill Basics (cardstock), Tissue paper, Flower Craft Wire, Candy


Join us again tomorrow for more July 4th Inspiration!

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Monthly Challenge & June's Winner!

Another month ... another challenge.
Thanks to all who submitted to last month's challenge!
They were all fabulous!

The winner of June's Monthly Challenge is ...

And here's her winning layout.
Congratulations Vanessa!

To claim your prize:
Please email us at with your mailing info no later than July 6th, 2012 and put "June Monthly Challenge Winner" in the Subject Heading.
We'll send you an i-top package & accessories (valued at $75)



With summer now here we thought it would be fitting to have a summery kind of theme for this month's challenge.

So this month's challenge is to:
  • Create a layout/card/altered project with the word "SUN" (or sunshine) OR the object of a SUN in your project.
  • You must use at least 75% Imaginisce product on your project
  • Upload your entry at the bottom of this post
  • Deadline for submissions is July 25th, 2012
One lucky winner will be chosen from the monthly entries submitted
and win 2 current collections of their choice.


Here's a look at what a few of our Design Team members created for this challenge.

We can't wait to see what you come up with for this month's challenge.
Upload your entries using the link tool at the bottom of this post.
(deadline for submissions is July 25, 2012)

Join us again tomorrow and the next few days for some amazing July 4th project ideas!

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