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Monster Mash Release Week 2 - Day 5


Well we've reached the final day of our Monster Mash release weeks and we really hope that you have enjoyed seeing the creations and projects that our Design Team have created. They loved using this new collection and we know you will too!!

Today we have one last designer sharing projects with us to close up our 2-week release party.

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Cari Locken

Hi everyone!
I'm so glad that you've been enjoying the variety of projects that the Imaginisce Design Team has shared over the past 2 weeks.

When I received this collection I thought the colors and designs were just darling.
I knew right away that I wanted to create some table top decorations so I created some witches hats as centerpieces.



I used the die cuts to embellish each of the hats, added some Glam Rocks (to the bat's eyes) and decorated the edges/brims with rick rack. I hand cut some of the little figures from the patterned paper and added to the hats as well.


I also created a layout of my children in their halloween costumes from last year. They love dressing up (no matter what time of year it is!) and they look forward to wearing their costumers weeks before October 31st. (I admit it almost drives me nuts!)

I hand-cut one of the 'tree' images from the patterned paper to adhere beside my journaling (I adhered it using some foam tape for added dimension).
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Thanks Cari for sharing the cute hats and layout with us.

Again, we just want to say 'thanks' for joining us and we'd love to see your creations using the Monster Mash collection so please feel free to share your work with us on our Facebook page.

We're always looking for creations to share on our I-Spy feature!!

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Monster Mash Release Week 2 - Day 4


We're nearing the end of our Monster Mash release week and we hope you've been inspired.

As you will have noticed this collection is Halloween themed but there are also embellishments that will allow you to create 'fall' themed layouts and projects as you will see in today's projects.

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Tiffany Hood

Monster Mash is one of my favorite Imaginisce collections ever! I love Halloween, and I had a lot of fun playing with these cute characters. For my layout I used the pumpkins and leaves and made a fall themed layout about my children going to pick out their pumpkins. I used the die cuts and chipboard stickers for dimension and then added a bit of Canvas Corp burlap for texture.

My second project is a wall hanging that I made because I wanted to create something that used all the cute new Imaginisce Halloween characters. I think they're just darling. I'm excited to display these guys on my wall for Halloween.


I bought wood squares that already had routed edges and I painted them purple. I cut background paper to fit the squares and Mod-Podged them onto the front. I added the cute characters using Imaginisce dimensional foam adhesive. Then I hot glued a long ribbon to the backs of the squares using the I-Bond glue gun and tied lots of bright ribbons to it. To top it off, I used the I-Rock to add glam rocks to the characters.


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Thank you so much Tiffany for sharing your creations with us today.
That door hanger is just darling!

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Monster Mash Release Week 2 - Day 3



We're back with some more 'haunting' creations. The possibilities with this collection are endless and our designers keep coming up with so many fabulous ideas!

Today we have Regina Mangum sharing her work with us.

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I just LOVE this darling Halloween collection! I thought it would be fun to make a matching treat box and card set and I was inspired by the absolutely adorable Snag 'Em Stamps.



After die-cutting a pumpkin window box, I thought the pumpkin cut-out would make the perfect little window for the Eddy Snag' Em Stamp. I also took some of the cute stickers from the Magic Words Sticker Stacker apart to keep him company.



For my matching card, I used the same pumpkin window cut-out and nestled the super cute Frankenbride and Mummy in a "field" of pumpkins. The images included in the Fall Medley and Spook Alley 12 x 12 papers helped complete my scene and I added the spook-alicious Ghost Snag 'Em floating off to do some happy haunting!


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This would make a great party set wouldn't it?

Do you have Halloween parties?
If so, do you plan on making your own goodie bags for the party guests?
We'd love to hear your ideas.

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In closing today's post we also wanted to share with you this darling mini suitcase album that Xyron posted on their Facebook page this week. They used the Makin' Waves collection from Imaginisce and we just love it!

Thanks Xyron for sharing your love of Imaginisce with everyone!

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Monster Mash Release Week 2 - Day 2


Today we're back with
Rebecca Keppel
sharing her Monster Mash projects with us.

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For my layout I cut a large Monster Mash die cut into 3 pieces to make the title move diagonally across the page.

Once I had candy corns in several spots on the layout, I used orange i Rock bling to make them sparkle. I love how using the i Rock allows you to apply bling to stickers, die cuts and much more!


For my second project, I created a Halloween countdown. My kids love the Christmas advent calendar I made years ago, so I thought they would also have fun counting down the nights to Halloween.

Each day they can put the appropriate date onto the calendar and we end with the happy Stacked Sticker pumpkin.

I cut the calendar shape with my Cameo and used the large Monster Mash die cuts for the heading. I added numbers to the flip side of the cut out daily squares and of course everything needed a little i Rock bling too!


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Thanks Rebecca.
That calendar is a super fun idea to create with children.

What kinds of crafts would you be create with children for Hallween? We'd love to hear your ideas.

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We also want to let you know that we've got a new video up on youtube by Erin Bassett. She is showcasing the new CutBright tool. Have a look - it's so much fun!

If you'd like to watch more Imaginisce videos & learn more about our products you can find the videos listed on the right side bar. Enjoy!


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Monster Mash Release Week 2 - Day 1



We're back with another week of amazing Monster Mash projects to share with you!!

Did you enjoy the projects from last week?
We hope so because this week you won't be disappointed either!

With Halloween just a few months away it's always great to get ideas on projects to create for that goulish time of the year.
Today we have a couple designers sharing projects using our new release, Monster Mash. Let's get started.

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Rhonda Van Ginkel

The Monster Mash collection is so fun to work with, the colors and adorable characters just spoke to me! The first project is a layout. These fun photos were taken of my boys trying on their costumes from last year. I thought it would be a fun play on the "Boo" to add a few additional phrases.

The spiderweb style doily and "Pow!" and "Bam!" were cut using my Silhouette. The sentiments that I cut were accented with Crackle Accents and Glossy Accents. A few gems were added using my i-Rock to the tree's eyes and to the "Boo!" sentiment.


The mini tray was a fun little Halloween scene to create for some decor. The boys absolutely love it and can't wait to put it out!




Adora Concepcion

"Happy Halloween Banner"
I had so much fun creating this banner. The Monster Mash collection makes it easy, the die cuts big and small size make it perfect to embellish this banner. Now I can't wait for halloween to come so I can hang this on my front door.

Note: I used the packaging (black printed paper) for layering. :)


"Trick or Treat" layout
Here's another project I created using more of Monter Mash collection. I love the paper on this collection, the color contrast and the prints are gorgeous, really fun to work with!


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Thanks Rhonda & Adora for sharing these fabulous projects.

What kind of creations are you hoping to create for the upcoming Halloween season?
We'd love to hear your ideas.

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Monster Mash Release Week - Day 5


Ghosts & Goblins are everywhere!!!
It's just so spooky around here.

Welcome back.
It's Day 5 of our Monster Mash Release party!
Are you ready for some more amazing projects and ideas using this new collection?

Alright.
Then let's get started.

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Ro Philippsen

I decorated a black box of paper and turned it into a vase where I "planted" some lovely monsters using the die cuts from the Monster Mash Collection.


And for another project, I created a "Boo" card. Very scary ...
I really had fun and enjoyed all the beautiful monsters and ghosts from the adorable Monster Mash Collection.



Ilene Tell

This collection was so perfect for scrapping last year's Halloween photos. There were lots of neutral prints to pick from, and of course, lots of cute images. As always, the pack of die-cuts was my favorite. I just love opening it for the first time and sifting through all the titles and images - there's always so much to choose from, making embellishing fun and easy (it's my favorite part of scrapbooking :)


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We hope that you have an enjoyable weekend and make sure to stop by again next week as we continue our Monster Mash Release Party all week long!

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Monster Mash Release Week - Day 4


Welcome to Day 4 of our Monster Mash release party.

Today we have Heather Leopard sharing her talents with us.

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My layout today focuses on that moment when kids get home from trick or treating and can't wait to look at what they got. My girls always run in and immediately dump their candy out to ooh and ahh over it. Here's my sweet "princess kitty witch" with all her loot.

I distressed and layered coordinating paper and the journaling spot under my photo to frame it up. I topped off an accordion rosette with a cute little brad perched on a flower, which was punched from the small i-top punch.  The title and witch shoes die cuts are the perfect finish to the page.

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For my second project today, I thought it would be fun to stick with the "treat" theme and wrap up some candy in these cute little wrappers, which I cut with my CAMEO. I used the bat from the Monster Mash die-cuts for the cute face. I think these will be fun to send with my girls to give away to their friends at their school Halloween parties.


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Join us again tomorrow as we close this week off with a few more fabulous & stunning projects using the new Monster Mash collection.

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Monster Mash Release Week - Day 3



Oh have we got some more spooking creations to share with you today on our 3rd Day of the Monster Mash Release!!

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Diana Fisher

Who wouldn't love to get this cute goodie bag for Halloween?!
Filled with the new Candy Corn M&M's, this little bat is ready to make any little trick-or-treater's day.

The Monster Mash papers are so versatile! I love the variety in both dark papers and lighter styles. Great patterns and fun embellishments make it so easy to create a memorable layout marking the celebration.




Guiseppa Gubler

When I saw the new Monster Mash Collection...I immediately thought of the two twin cuties Blayke and London, the girls that I watch twice a week. This collection is perfect for scrapping the cutest little ones in your lives. I love the bright colors and fun die cuts. I used a little foam adhesive and it just made my projects pop.



I love the versatility of this collection...perfect for those Halloween cards too!


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So, ... are you enjoying the projects so far this week?
We sure hope so.

Stop by again tomorrow to see what Heather Leopard has created using this new collection.

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Monster Mash Release Week - Day 2


Welcome Back to Day 2 of our Monster Mash release party!!

Today we have Abby Laubentstein sharing some projects with us!

"Monster Mash is such a spooky cute collection and I had so much fun making some Halloween treat bags for the little ones in my family. They're going to love the bright colors and adorable characters as well as the treats I add inside :)


I also made a Halloween card which includes a sweet pumpkin.. I love the pumpkins in this collection!"



Super projects Abby! Thanks for sharing these with us!

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Join us again tomorrow for some goulish ideas!

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Monster Mash Release Week One - Day 1


BOO!!!!!!

Did I scare ya?

Well we hope that our Monster Mash projects over the next two weeks will have you howling and shrieking!!
This new halloween is absolutely adorable & so much fun to create with as you will clearly see from the variety of projects that our talented Design Team have created.

So please join us today (the 20th) thru to the 31st for some scarey fun!!

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Shellye McDaniel

BOO WALL HANGING
Imaginisce Die Cuts are so generous in size and can easily be layered with other matching elements such as pieces from the Sticker Stackers or Canvas Stickers. So don't be afraid to remove (gently) the witch's shoes from the sticker and try it out somewhere else...I just add a little dab of glue to the foam dot and you're good to go!


FACE PAINT LAYOUT
Note: For this layout I followed the gallon-quart-ounce theory. In design it is good to remember to keep things in proportion, whether it's color, photos or embellishments. The dominate color is purple (gallon), followed by the blue (quart) and then the green (ounce).

The main focus of embellishments is in the bottom 1/3 of the page, as well as at the right vertical 1/3 of the page. Proportion helps the flow of a layout, gives rest to the eye and keeps things pleasing to the viewer.




Mary Ann Jenkins

I love the new Monster Mash collection, and thought it would be perfect to make some Halloween Decor!

To make the cute little witches hat, I rolled the 12x12 paper into a cone shape, then cut off the excess edge from the bottom so it would sit level. I added the cone to a small circle cut from matching paper, then adhered to a larger black cardstock circle. I embellished the front of the hat, and added the flying bat with a pipe-cleaner.


I also made a layout to remember the year my son was Harry Potter.

For my layout, I die cut the chevron/zig zag designs directly from my base paper using my cricut, then backed it with a coordinating paper. I also cut a small chevron design and added it in between the larger shapes. I did a little layering of the Ghoulish Delights Die Cuts at the corner of my photo, then added the fun flying bat. A small piece of foam tape behind his wings will keep the dimension even after the layout is in my scrapbook.
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Thanks for joining us today.
Please stop by again tomorrow for Monster Mash creations!

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Back to School - Day 5


Well you made it & you passed with flying colors!
We've come to Day 5 and our final day of our "Back to School" feature.

Have you gained some ideas on ways to create for your children & teachers? We hope that we've been able to jump start your creativity.

And don't worry ... we're not done! We still have some great ideas to share with you today so let's get started.

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Mary Ann Jenkins

I always take a ton of photos the first day of school, including the usual pictures on the front porch to mark how much the kids have grown since the previous school year, pictures of them with their backpacks, and always a picture of them walking up to school. For my layout, I used one of the "walking up to school" pics that I enlarged.


Using my cricut die cutting machine, I cut out my title and backed it with a coordinating paper.


For the accent piece, I used the i-magicut Ribbon Cutter to cut and seal the end of the gray ribbon, then used my i-bond glue gun to adhere the ribbon to the paper. I love using the i-bond because it sticks instantly without having to wait for any drying time.

The number embellishment was made with my i-top brad maker, an extra large Brad Daddie, and a number sticker added to the top.


Supplies: papers - Celebrate You, Wish Big, Walking on Sunshine, Surprise! Sticker Stacker, i-magicut Ribbon Cutter, i-top brad maker, extra large Brad Daddie, number sticker, ribbon by Maya Road



Shellye McDaniel

Hi there!
I made up some really easy pencil holders for Back to School...my daughter is
giving these to her BFFs :)

For the pocket: Using the Rotary Cutter, Acrylic Ruler and 14x14 mat, cut 2x12" strips from the double-sided cardstock; makes six strips. Next, cut 1.75" x 11.75" strips from the Chit Chat Paper; center and attach to cardstock. Score the 12" strip at 4.5" mark and fold in half. Machine stitch (or glue) the folded area to create the pocket. Corner round the edges (as shown) if desired.

For the apple: punch a 1" circle from the back side of the Wish Big paper. For the stem, cut a small piece of the brown candle from the front side of the Wish Big paper. Free hand cut (or use a leaf punch) to create the leaf from the Celebrate You paper. Layer onto the stamped Scallop Frame and adhere to the front of the pencil holder. Tie on ribbon.

Supplies: Sole Sisters Chic Chat 12x12 Paper and Scallop Frame Snag 'em Stamp; Hello Cupcake Wish Big 12x12 Paper and Celebrate You 12x12 Paper.
Tools:
CutBright LED Rotary Cutter, CutRight Acrylic Ruler and i-mat 14x14
Misc: Core'dinations Double-Sided Cardstock, Ribbon, computer generated journal strips, 1" circle punch and corner rounder punch.

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We truly appreciate all of you thoughtful & kind comments this past week.
Thank YOU for stopping by!

We hope that you'll join us again for the next week as we being our TWO-week long release party for our Halloween collection, Monster Mash!!

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Back to School - Day 4


Welcome to Day 4 of our "Back to School" feature this week.

It's fun to see how our Designers use the various Imaginisce collections to create school-themed projects and today you will see what I'm talking about.

Today we have Ilene & Abby sharing their projects with us.

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Ilene Tell

I thought it would be fun to scrap my daughter's very first day of school for Imaginisce Back to School Week. That was definitely a very memorable day and nothing brings school to mind like the big yellow school bus.

Even though the Sole Sisters collection doesn't have much to do with school, it does have some great primary (especially that strong yellow!) colors that make it perfect for back to school scrapbooking. I also absolutely adore ,my I-Top for making coordinating brads. They were a really fun touch to add to this whimsical layout.



Supplies:
Paper, Canvas Sticker: Imaginisce (Sole Sisters), Brad-Making Tool, Brad Daddies: Imaginisce (I-Top), Paint: Kaisercraft, Color Spray: Maya Road, Marker: Sharpie, Letter Stickers: October Afternoon, Corrugated Chipboard Numbers: Jillibean Soup, Border Punch: Ek Success, Die-Cutting Machine: Sizzix (Big Shot), Die: Tim Holtz (Tattered Florals), Other: cardstock, felt embellishments, wooden school bus from Michael's.


Abby Laubenstein

This geeky bookworm card was created using the "Geek is Chic" collection. The little worm was drawn by yours truly, then traced onto patterned paper. I used several Imaginisce tools... the clicut to carve out the inside negative space of his eyeglasses, the i-rock for those classy gems on his eyeglasses, and lastly, the i-top for his buggy eyes.

Supplies
Imaginisce: Geek is Chic patterned papers and diecut shapes, clicut, i-top, 28mm punch, 28mm brad daddies, i-rock, hot rocks.
Other: Fiskars notebook punch, cardstock

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Thanks for joining us again today.
We hope that you getting lots of ideas that you can use for your children, students and teachers.

Please stop by again tomorrow for our final day of inspiration!

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Back to School - Day 3


It's Day 3 of our "Back to School" week and we hope that you've been enjoying the projects that our Design Team have been sharing with you.

Today we have some great gift ideas for teachers to share with you so let's get started.

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Tiffany Hood

I love the "Geek Is Chic" collection, so I was excited to use it to make a gift for my son's school teacher this year.

I made the magnets using clear pebbles from the floral section of the craft store, crystal effects, and black round magnets, and I made the wood base for the magnet board with Mod Podge and a 2x4. The metal sheet was bought at the hardware store, cut, and the edges rounded. You can also pick these up at some craft store already made.


The black glue sticks and the Imaginisce I-Bond cordless hot glue gun were perfect for the magnets. I'll have a full step-by-step tutorial on my blog on how I made this project.

Supplies:
Imaginisce I-Bond Cordless Glue Gun
Imaginisce Color Mini Glue Sticks- pink, black, white, brown assortment
Geek Is Chic 12x12 glossy cardstock- School Days
Geek Is Chic 12x12 glossy cardstock- Chalk Talk
Ribbon by May Arts


Ro Philippsen

For this desk organizer I used a small wooden box, where I painted only the edges with gesso.
After the gesso was completely dry, I started to glue the Imagisce Collection perfect for this Project: "Hello, Cupacke". first inside the box, and then out of the box.

This box can either be given as a gift to the teacher, or can serve as a desk organizer for the student.
I just filled it with candy and some of tags with pencil, but can be kept several things in it.



Supply List:
Birthday Hooray! 12x12 Paper
Party Time 12x12 Paper
Let's Party 12x12 Paper
Wish Big 12x12 Paper
Celebrate You 12x12
Hot! Hot! Hot! 12x12 Paper
Good Times Sticker Stacker



Guiseppa Gubler

I created this fun Teacher's Notes Hanging Notepad Holder using my Silhouette. This holder can hold a notepad and pen. Plus at the top...it has another pocket to store notes or anything else. This is a great idea for a teacher gift!


Imaginisce Supplies: Sole Sister's patterned paper and Chipboard Stickers; Hello Cupcake patterned paper.

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Please stop by again tomorrow for some more great ideas for Back to School!

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Back to School - Day 2

We're back with Day 2 of our "Back to School" themed projects.

For many finding the perfect supplies or making lunches is such a routine that we don't look forward to but our Design Team has got some great ideas to share with you today.

Adora Concepcion

I created this binder for my niece, Audrianna. She is a girly 11 year old and I'm pretty sure she will like this! It's a simple & quick way to dress up a regular inexpensive binder.

Supplies used: Imaginisce Hippity Hop, Hello Cupcake and Makin Waves, Soul Sisters Papers, Imaginisce Pop-Up Posies, and Making Memories CB Big Letter. Tool; Imaginisce I-Bond and Petal Roller.

Rebecca Keppel

I altered a small lunchbox and filled it with a bunch of lunch box notes to give my kids in their lunches each day.

Inside view of the lunch notes.
Using the Imagicut to trim the ribbon ends off nicely.
Close-up view of the lunch notes.
Supplies Used: Imaginisce Geek is Chic patterned paper, chipboard and die cuts, i Rock metal bling, i Magicut, i Bond.


Rhonda Van Ginkel

I thought it would be fun to create a teacher's card using the Sole Sisters line. It has such a fun and fresh look to the collection I thought it would work well.

I wanted to accent the musical nature of the sentiment so I added a bit of acrylic that I had, but some music paper would work too.


I don't know about you, but I need to have a few of these on hand for our kid's teachers. It's nice to have a few ready to go for special occasions.

Ingredients: Sole Sisters, i-Rock, i-Rock LED Lighted Tweezers, Pink Jewel Tray, Black Glam Rocks and Foam Tape, Imaginisce. Cardstock by Bazzill, Sentiment Stamp by A. Jillian Vance Designs, Dies by Spellbinders, Vagabond by Sizzix, Baker's Twine, The Twinery, Music Acetate, Hambly, Ink by Memento, Copics and Corner Chomper by We R Memory Keepers.

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We'd love for you to stop by again tomorrow for more "Back to School" inspiration!!

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Back to School - Day 1



Have you seen that Staples commercial on TV where the smiling Dad is pushing the shopping cart and has a bit of a 'skip' to his step with his children following behind with grumpy faces and all the while the familiar tune "It's the Most Wonderful Time of Year" is playing ???
I love that commercial and yes, ... it is that time of year again.

For many of you your kids have already started back to school and for others we still have a few more weeks left of summer vacation before the kids head back after Labor Day weekend. Either way we are all thinking about back to school, the school supplies we will have to get, the new clothes as I'm sure many kids have sprouted up over the summer months and signing up for fall activities. Everything is getting into full swing.

So with that theme in mind we challenged our Design Team to create some "Back to School" projects (layouts, cards, teacher gifts, student gifts, etc. ) and incorporate ONE Imaginisce tool as well.
We will be sharing projects all week long so we want to encourage you to stop by this week.

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Today we have Diana & Regina sharing some projects with us.

Diana Fisher

I wanted to make a layout that would hold Nate's Caring Kids awards from his teacher. Using an apple card cut from the Cameo, I created a folder that tucks away his little awards. Adding the picture of him and his teacher makes the awards all that more of a keepsake.



SUPPLIES: Imaginisce Makin' Waves, Christmas Cheer, Hello Cupcake pattern paper. Sole Sisters chipboard. Happy Harvest canvas sticker. i-rock and Hot Rocks Compact. foam alphas.

Regina Mangum

My mother-in-law has these wonderful frames in her home that show off her children's school pictures year by year and I've long admired them. I wanted to create one for my own little rugrat, who just finished his second year of school. Now, since my lil' guy has only 2 photos, I wanted to still be able to put up the frame so I filled it with the fun patterned paper from the Geek is Chic collection.

I cut out some of the darling school elements from the paper and popped them up in each frame window. (Tip: be sure to adhere this mat frame with removable adhesive so that you can take it out of the shadow box to insert new photos!)

I wanted some large brads but couldn't find any that really matched, so I decided to make my own -- I used the i-Top and Brad Daddies to make these cute, coordinating brads.


Supply List:

Patterned Paper: Geek is Chic collection (Imaginisce)

Cardstock: textured (American Crafts)

Tools: i-Top (Imaginisce)

Accents: Brad Daddies (Imaginisce)

Dies: Itty-Bitty Framelits (Stampin' Up!)

Electronic File: Love Page Layout (Alaa'K for Silhouette)

Other: Shadowbox (generic)


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So what do you think?
Are you ready for school??

Please join us again tomorrow as we share more Back to School projects.

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Cheery Lynn Designs & Imaginisce Swap - Winners!!



We want to thank everyone who joined us this past week as
we teamed up with Cheery Lynn Designs.

We hope that you enjoyed the creations from both
our Design Team and the Cheery Lynn team.



And now we have a lucky random winner to announce.

The winner of the Makin Waves collection is ...
ajmaluck
Congratulations ajmaluck!!!!

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To claim your prize:
Please email us at info@imaginisce.com with your mailing info no later than Fri., August 17th, 2012 and put Cheery Lynn Designs & Imaginisce Swap week in the Subject Heading.

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We hope that you're able to join us this coming week
because our Design Team has been very busy getting ready for school.

Our "Back to School" feature
will have you wishing you were a student again ... or even a teacher!

So make sure to stop by for another week of incredible inspiration!

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Cheery Lynn Designs & Imaginisce Swap - Day 7


If you've been following us this past week you will have (hopefully) been inspired by the amazing projects our designers have created with Imaginisce & Cheery Lynn products.
The possibilities with these products are truly endless.

We have some more inspiration for you today on our final day of our Blog Swap with Cheery Lynn Designs with designer Guiseppa Gubler.

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Guiseppa Gubler

I really love the the Tiffany Border die cut from Cheery Lynn. I made this layout using it and wanted to do something a little different.

So, instead of one border...I made several and layered them. Combined with the new Christmas Cheer Collection this made for a simple, but beautiful Christmas layout.

Supplies: Cheery Lynn Tiffany Border and Doily Die Cuts, Christmas Cheer Collection


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To make this week of inspiration even better
we are going to add in a
GIVEAWAY!!!

Here's what you need to do in order to be entered into the random draw to win:
  • Leave a comment HERE (on our blog) on every post during this blog swap (Aug.5th-11th)
  • Leave a comment on the Cheery Lynn Designs blog posts all week (Aug 5th-11th)

We will randomly select a winner to receive a
package of the Makin' Waves collection
(winner will be announced Sun., August 12th)

Good luck everyone!

Join us tomorrow (Sunday) as we announce the winner of the Makin' Waves collection!!

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Cheery Lynn Designs & Imaginisce Swap - Day 6



Today is Day 6 of our Blog Swap with Cheery Lynn Designs.
What a great week of inspiration it has been!

There are so many creative ways to use these dies as you can clearly see from the projects our designers have created with them combining them with the Imaginisce products.

Today we have designers Shellye and Ilene sharing their projects.

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Shellye McDaniel

Christmas Tags
For these, I used the standard shipping tags which can be found at most any office supply store.

For the "Santa" tag I framed him with two of the pretty Lace Corners (B165 Deco E) that I cut from "Christmas Cheer".

For the "tree" tag, I used three of the Lace Corners (B165 Deco E) to create the branches of the tree! I cut a small strip of "Christmas Cheer" paper for the trunk and then machine-stitched the 'branches' onto it. I embellished with punched circles, Glitter Hot Rocks and a hand-cut snowflake!

Supplies: Christmas Cheer patterned papers, Santa from one of the Sticker Stackers, I Rock Tool and Glitter Hot Rocks
Misc: baker's twine and computer generated greetings
Cheery Lynn: B165 Lace Corner Deco E Dies



TIERED PARTY DISPLAY:
I love the look of a scalloped cake stand, yet I don't own one...so, I dressed a tiered plate stand by embellishing the inner rims (below where the actual plate sits) with four lengths of the beautiful Francesca Border (B159) cut from "Hello Cupcake" patterned paper.

Using a 2" square punch, I created the triangle banner by folding the squares diagonally. I added a few of the fun "Hello Cupcake" die-cuts to the top with a couple of sticky dots! I'm thinking this would make a great idea for Halloween treats as well...hmmm, look-out "Monster Mash"!


Supplies: Hello Cupcake patterned papers, die cuts and party hat from one of the Sticker Stackers, I Bond Glue Gun
Misc: baker's twine, ribbon, pom poms
Cheery Lynn: B159 Francesca Border Die


Ilene Tell

I really loved paiting up the fun and vibrant Imaginisce collections with the Cheery Lynn dies. I am absolutely a die-cutting fantatic, so this was lots of fun for me. My favorite die from Cheery Lynn was the breathtaking French Pastry Doily Die...you have to see this in person - the level of detail is just amazing. I loved being able to make my own doilies out of paper that matched the collections I was working with. And if you notice on the tag and card, I used some of the round Imaginisce embellies - the chipboard stickers, dimensional sticker, etc, from most of the collections have round options, and those fit beutifully into the middle of the doily die.

Tag Supplies
Paper: Imaginisce (Makin' Waves), Chipboard Sticker: Imaginisce (Hippity Hop), Die: Cheery Lynn Designs (French Pastry Doily Die), Die Cutting Machine: Sizzix (Big Shot), Ribbon: May Arts, Letter Stickers: October Afternoon, Foam Letters: Pink Paislee, Flowers: Prima Marketing, Ink: Cat's Eye Chalk, Other: shipping tag.


Card Supplies
Paper, Dimensional Sticker: Imaginisce (Hello Cupcake), Tool, Brad Daddies: Imaginsice (I-Top), Die: Cheery Lynn Designs (French Pastry Doily Die, Dancing Doily Lace Border Die), Die Cutting Machine: Sizzix (Big Shot), Flowers: Heidi Grace, Ink: Cat's Eye Chalk.


"Sweet Treats" Layout Supplies
Paper: Imaginisce (Makin' Waves), Chipboard Stickers, Dimensional Stickers, Die-Cuts, Canvas Stickers: Imaginisce (Hippity Hop, Makin Waves), Tool, Brad Daddies: Imaginsice (I-Top), Die: Cheery Lynn Designs (French Pastry Doily Die), Die Cutting Machine: Sizzix (Big Shot), Flowers: Imaginisce, Prima Marketing, Color Spray: Tattered Angels, Maya Road, Liquid Enamel: Inkssentials, Buttons: The Girl's Paperie, Ink: Cat's Eye Chalk, Marker: Sharpie.

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To make this week of inspiration even better
we are going to add in a
GIVEAWAY!!!

Here's what you need to do in order to be entered into the random draw to win:
  • Leave a comment HERE (on our blog) on every post during this blog swap (Aug.5th-11th)
  • Leave a comment on the Cheery Lynn Designs blog posts all week (Aug 5th-11th)

We will randomly select a winner to receive a
package of the Makin' Waves collection
(winner will be announced Sun., August 12th)

Good luck everyone!
And thanks for joining us today.

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Cheery Lynn Designs & Imaginisce Swap - Day 5


We're at Day 5 of our fabulous Blog Swap with Cheery Lynn Designs.
Have you been enjoying the projects??
We certainly hope so.

Don't forget to check out the wonderful creations by the designers over at Cheery Lynn as well.
Today we have Tiffany and Rebecca sharing their projects with us.

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Tiffany Hood

The Cheery Lynn dies I received were a doily, a vine flourish and a ribbon eyelet border. I thought they would be perfect with the Christmas Cheer collection.

Supplies: Imaginisce (Christmas Cheer colletion); Cheery Lynn dies


Rebecca Keppel

I used the Cheery Lane Arabian Magic Veil frame to die cut two pieces of patterned paper from Imaginisce's Hello Cupcake.

I also cut 2 pieces of Hello Cupake with the Country Girl border die. One I layered under an Imaginisce die cut and the other I used as a border in between the patterned paper and the photo and title square.

Last but not least, I used the Imaginisce Cordless Glue Gun and glitter glue to give the title some sparkle.


Supplies Used:
Cheery Lane Arabian Magic Veil, Cheery Lane Country Girl Border, Imaginisce Hello Cupcake patterned papers, layered sticker and die cut, Imaginisce Cordless Glue Gun, Imaginisce Glitter Glue Gun Glue

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To make this week of inspiration even better
we are going to add in a
GIVEAWAY!!!

Here's what you need to do in order to be entered into the random draw to win:
  • Leave a comment HERE (on our blog) on every post during this blog swap (Aug.5th-11th)
  • Leave a comment on the Cheery Lynn Designs blog posts all week (Aug 5th-11th)

We will randomly select a winner to receive a
package of the Makin' Waves collection
(winner will be announced Sun., August 12th)

Good luck everyone!
And thanks for joining us today.

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Cheery Lynn Designs & Imaginisce Swap - Day 4


We've got another great day of projects for you today as we head into Day 4 of our Blog Swap with Cheery Lynn Designs.


Heather Leopard

When I got my dies I knew I wanted to use the butterfly as the key focal point for my project. What better way than to use it on a card. Sure, it won't fit in an envelope, but I often use my card as part of the decorative packaging so I'm okay with that.

I cut the die and just loved how intricate the details of it were but they were getting lost on the card so I cut a second butterfly out of coordinating blue paper and taped the back of it prior to removing it from the die. That kept it all intact. I adhered one behind the other and used my i-rock tool to add sparkle. Lastly, I cut decorative strips from the decorative edge die and finished it off with a chipboard sentiment, and more gems.

Supplies: Makin' Waves 09317, 3915, 3919, Chipboard Stickers, Cheery Lynn Butterfly Die and Queen Anne's Lace Die, Mr Huey mist, i-rock and gems.


Adora Concepcion

I created this layout of one of my kids favorite store, homemade candy and ice cream store!!! How sweet is that!

Here is a closer look at this Canadian Kaleidescope Doily and the Miniature Rose Dies.

I added handmade buttons using the i-Top tool and small brad daddies.

Supplies: Imaginisce (Hello Cupcake: Let's Party paper and sticker; Sole Sisters: Purse-onality; i-Top tool and brad daddies), Cheery Lynn Designs dies

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To make this week of inspiration even better
we are going to add in a
GIVEAWAY!!!

Here's what you need to do in order to be entered into the random draw to win:
  • Leave a comment HERE (on our blog) on every post during this blog swap (Aug.5th-11th)
  • Leave a comment on the Cheery Lynn Designs blog posts all week (Aug 5th-11th)

We will randomly select a winner to receive a
package of the Makin' Waves collection
(winner will be announced Sun., August 12th)

Good luck everyone!
And thanks for joining us today.

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Cheery Lynn Designs & Imaginisce Swap - Day 3



Welcome to Day 3 of our Blog Swap with Cheery Lynn Designs.
We've got another great day of projects to share with you so let's get started!

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Diana Fisher

I was so excited to get the Cheery Lynn Dies that I wanted to use them all on one layout! The Medium Rose die was great with the i-Top for making little flowers.


Supplies: Imaginisce (Sole Sisters pattern paper, canvas stickers, die cuts) i-top, small brads, Cheery Lynn (Medium Rose die, Lace Light Deco Border, Doilies and Exotic Dies), mist, buttons, white card stock

Using the Cheery Lynne lace border die and my Big Shot, I created a chevron pattern by staggering the border die as I cut it. With the border strips that were cut out while making the chevron pattern, I then made a wreath by folding the borders, adhering them to each other and then using the i-bond to glue them to a round base. A red button and ribbon finish off the wreath.


Supplies: Imaginisce (Christmas Cheer pattern paper, canvas sticker), i-bond, Cherry Lynn Lace Light Deco Border die, button, May Arts ribbon, The Twinery (maraschino twine)


Abby Laubenstein

I was so thrilled to create with Cheery Lynn dies, the selections I received are beautiful! I created a sweet card using the frame, butterfly and border dies. I used my Imaginisce petal roller for the border die to create a fun flower and also added some bling with my i-rock.

Supplies:
Imaginisce: Sole Sisters patterned papers, i-rock gem setter, hot rocks, petal roller.
Cheery Lynn: Mediterranean Lace Rectangle die, Exotic Butterflies dies, Cuties1 border die.
Other: Cardstock, Paper Smooches sentiment stamp, gems

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To make this week of inspiration even better
we are going to add in a
GIVEAWAY!!!

Here's what you need to do in order to be entered into the random draw to win:
  • Leave a comment HERE (on our blog) on every post during this blog swap (Aug.5th-11th)
  • Leave a comment on the Cheery Lynn Designs blog posts all week (Aug 5th-11th)

We will randomly select a winner to receive a
package of the Makin' Waves collection
(winner will be announced Sun., August 12th)

Good luck everyone!
And thanks for joining us today.

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Cheery Lynn Designs & Imaginisce Swap - Day 2


Welcome back to Day 2 of our Blog Swap with Cheery Lynn Designs.
We hope that you had a chance to pop over to their blog yesterday. If not make sure to check out their wonderful creations this week as well.

Today we have Regina & Ro sharing projects with you using Cheery Lynn and Imaginisce products.

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Regina Mangum

Noel Wall Hanging

I was still in the Christmas mood and so when I saw these darling dies from Cheery Lynn, I was inspired to create a wall hanging using the Christmas Cheer collection. The Sweetheart Frame was just perfect for the sweet wreath Sticker Stacker and I love the border die, which was a lovely compliment to the wonderful "Noel" Die-Cut.



Supply List: Patterned Paper: Christmas Cheer collection (Imaginisce); Cardstock: Wild Wasabi, Whisper White (Stampin' Up!); Die-cuts: Christmas Cheer Rejoice Die-Cuts (Imaginisce); Stickers: Christmas Cheer Gift Giving Sticker Stacker (Imaginisce); Fibers: ribbon (Stampin' Up!), Stitched Grosgrain (PTI), Baker's Twine (The Twinery); Accents: Button (PTI); Glam Rocks (Imaginisce); Tools: i-Rock; Dies: Sweetheart Frame, Border Carnivale (Cheery Lynn Designs)



Surf's Up Card

The Cheery Lynn floral dies I got to play with were so well-matched with the blooms in the Makin' Waves collection that I just had to make a happy, bright card using the patterned paper and Sun Kissed Die-Cuts. As a fun little detail, I used brown pipe cleaners for the flowers' centers!



Supply LIst: Patterned Paper: Makin' Waves collection (Imaginisce); Cardstock: Melon Mambo (Stampin' Up!); Die-cuts: Makin' Waves Sun Kissed Die-Cuts (Imaginisce); Dies: Judy's Blooms Floral Dies (Cheery Lynn Designs); Other: Pipe Cleaners (generic)




Ro Philippsen

The Cheery Lynn Designs dies are perfect for adding charm to your designs. I just love the beautiful and inspiring butterflies & frame for my "Spring" card.


Suppy List: Bloom' Hot 12x12 paper, Walking on Sunshine 12x12 Paper, Bunny Day Chipboard Sticker, White Cardstock, Cheery Lynn Designs Frame Die, Cheery Lynn Designs Exotic Butterfly

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To make this week of inspiration even better
we are going to add in a
GIVEAWAY!!!

Here's what you need to do in order to be entered into the random draw to win:
  • Leave a comment HERE (on our blog) on every post during this blog swap (Aug.5th-11th)
  • Leave a comment on the Cheery Lynn Designs blog posts all week (Aug 5th-11th)

We will randomly select a winner to receive a
package of the Makin' Waves collection
(winner will be announced Sun., August 12th)

Good luck everyone!
And thanks for joining us today.

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Welcome to our blog swap with Cheery Lynn Designs.
We are thrilled to have teamed up with this company and their fabulous product and designers.

We've a week filled with incredible inspiration, ideas and prizes.
Today we have Imaginisce Design Team member, Rhonda Van Ginkel sharing an amazing project with us.

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Happy Sunday to you!

Today kicks off an exciting week of hopping between Imaginisce and Cheery Lynn Designs! What a wonderful mix of perfect scrappy goodness!!!


My project is fairly large so let's kick this off!

First off, I have a secret... I have an *ahem* rather luxurious assortment of Cheery Lynn Dies. Some might say it's a habit of collection of sorts, but I just love them! They are so pretty and add so much to a project! When we received the products for our exchange, I was giddy!

I received the: Large Sunflower Doily, Olive Branches and Daisy Lace Bracelet to work with. What to create? As you may have seen, we recently released the all new Christmas Cheer collection. I've always wanted to create a "December Daily", but haven't attempted it. I thought this would be the perfect way to use these products together.

The first thing to do was to choose an album. I selected one of the divided page protector types along with one refill of regular full page protectors. It's a 6x8.





I used our i-Rock Mini Iron and i-Rock Motif to decorate the spine.


I also dug out some number pages from an older Imaginisce collection that I had. Ironically, I only had the numbers and some rub-ons left. The colors coordinated perfectly for this project, so I decided it was time to use those up! The photo's here are taken with the page protectors on.


This is the first interior page. I used the Cheery Lynn Window Frame A for this and trimmed beneath it with the Anastasia border. Santa and Rudolph are peeking through the window on the top.




Anastasia Border used here on the left 4x6.


Olive Branches decorates my "3".


Anastasia Border, Large Sunflower Doily, Daisy Lace Bracelet and Fanciful Flourish










Olive Branch decorates my "9".



Daisy Lace Bracelet peeks out under my layers.


The French Lattice Large die is used here on top of vellum and white cardstock.




Large Sunflower Doily and Mini Fanciful Flourish



Anastasia Border


Daisy Lace Bracelet


Anastasia Border





Sentiment is from Sole Sisters.


Fiona's Magic Mirror and Mega Holly Flourish, cut apart.






Mega Holly Flourish and Large Sunflower Doily



Anastasia Border and Daisy Lace Chain


Fiona's Magic Mirror


Large Fanciful Flourish


There are a variety of dies used throughout my pages and you'll see them accenting elements in addition to being a featured part of a page. I added others dies as I went along the way from my personal collection and noted them.

Some techniques used here are re-use of packaging as layers. The relief frames from our stickers were used on days for "9" and "13" I loved how nicely that worked to frame the numbers. I am going to embellish more with my i-Rock and i-Top as I work my photos and memorabilia in through the season.


Ingredients: Christmas Cheer papers, Chipboard, Sticker Stackers, Canvas Stickers and Die Cuts, Sole Sisters, Geek is Chic and Cottage Christmas (daily numbers and rub-ons), i-Magicut, i-Rock Mini Iron, i-Rock iron on motif, foam tape and Pogo by Imaginisce. Cardstock by Bazzill. Large Sunflower Doily, Olive Branches and Daisy Lace Bracelet, Anastasia Border, Fionas Magic Mirror, Mega Holly Flourish, Mini Fanciful Flourish, Fanciful Flourish, French Lattice Large and Window A. Snowflake punch by MS, Tab punch by Fiskars, Silhouette for number 1 and 16. Baker's twine by The Twinery, Snowflakes by Momenta, Album by Simple Stories, Technique Tuesday 3x4 cards, Archiver's 4x6 cards, 5" Creative Station and Adhesive by Xyron,. Inks, Mini Attacher and Glossy Accents by Ranger. Other: Sewing Machine, vellum, music paper and ribbon.

Thanks so much for stopping on over and spending some time with me today!

Have a super scrappity day!!!
~ Rhonda

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Thank you Rhonda!!
Wow!! What a fantastsic project that you are going to treasure for years to come.
Can't wait to see it all filled up with photos, etc.

To make this week of inspiration even better
we are going to add in a GIVEAWAY!!!

Here's what you need to do in order to be entered into the random draw to win:
  • Leave a comment HERE (on our blog) on every post during this blog swap (Aug.5th-11th)
  • Leave a comment on the Cheery Lynn Designs blog posts all week (Aug 5th-11th)

We will randomly select a winner to receive a
package of the Makin' Waves collection
(winner will be announced Sun., August 12th)

Good luck everyone!
And thanks for joining us today.

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i-spy


We love coming across crafter's work using our products. We look everywhere too from Facebook, blogs, challenges boards/blogs, inspirational sites (i.e. Pinterest) so please keep posting your creations. We really do enjoy seeing your work.

Today we'd like to share some cards that we found on
Kerys Sharrock's blog - Scrappin' n' Happy.

We just love what she made with our Sole Sisters collection.

Here's a look at a few cards that she made.



Congrats Kerys on being spied today!!

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We hope that you'll join us next week starting on Sunday, August 5th for a fun-filled, inspirational week as we team up with Cheery Lynn Designs.

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Monthly Challenge & July's Winner!

Wow!!! What a fabulous July - so many wonderful submissions
for our July Challenge.

Thank you everyone!! We love going through each & every one of them & it was so fun to see everyone's version of a sun. It just makes it so difficult when picking a winner though.

Our July Monthly Challenge winner is ...


Here's her winning layout.
Congratulations Mary Pat!!!

To claim your prize:
Please email us at info@imaginisce.com with your mailing info no later than
Fri., August 10th, 2012 and put "July Monthly Challenge Winner" in the Subject Heading.
Please include your top 2 choices from our most current collections.


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Now on to our new challenge.

We hope you're ready because we want to see a lot of our followers and readers participate in this challenge.

AUGUST MONTHLY CHALLENGE

Create a layout, card or other project using the Inspiration below and ....
  • 3 different Imaginisce patterned papers
  • 2 sticker-type Imaginisce embellishments
  • use an Imaginisce tool on your project
  • must use at least 75% Imaginisce product on your entry
  • upload submission using the link tool at the bottom of this post
  • deadline is August 25th, 2012
Inspiration piece

Prize:
One lucky winner will be chosen from the entries submitted to win a CutBright LED Rotary Cutter , the CutRight 6x12 Acrylic Ruler and a 14x14 i-mat.

Now let's take a look and see what our Design Team created for this challenge.

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Adora Concepcion

Adora created this super fun card and used the i-top punch to create the 'pom-pom' on the party hat and as an embellishment backer for one of the Sticker Stackers.



Guiseppa Gubler

"I really look forward to long summer days. The picture of the berries reminded me of summer and some of the yummy things that come along with it. It inspired me to create something that I enjoy about summer. I love family time and spending time with the ones I love. My little niece Abbi is a joy to be around and these cute pictures remind me of the good things summer has to offer."

Guiseppa used her i-top tool to create the center brads for her floral embellishments.


Rebecca Keppel

Rebecca used THREE different Makin' Waves patterned papers, a chipboard sticker, a Stacked journaling sticker and the i-rock tool to create this super fun layout. The tilted bowl of berries inspired her to tilt her photos on her layout and all of the white was inspired by the whipped cream!



Shellye McDaniel

I purchased this cute splattered tin bucket from the $1 bin and embellished the top with I-top punches. The large Santa die-cut was simply glued to the handle. A quick and easy little gift and fun for children to help with as well.



Have fun creating.
We can't wait to see what you create for this challenge!

Submissions are due August 25th!






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