Friday, November 28, 2014

Imaginisce tools and Familiy Fun!

To finish off this week & month of our Family Fun reveal we have these gorgeous cards to share with you.

Stephanie Dang

Family Fun Card Set

Hello! Hello! It's me again, Stephanie Dang!! 
Can you believe it- it is almost Thanksgiving?! And what's more better than celebrating the joy of giving thanks than to spend quality bonding time with all of your love ones! 

Speaking of spending time with family, Imaginisce's latest collection, "Family Fun," is perfect to scrap the time spent with all your love ones through this holiday season!

If you have got the Imaginisce's portable glue gun or the Imaginisce's i-Rock tool , it is the perfect gift for any scrapbooker, card maker, or paper crafter! 

Imaginisce: Family Fun collection (patterned papers, stickers), i-Rock gem setter with hot rocks.
American Crafts: card stock, twine.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Big Winner!

This new release 'Family Fun' is sure to please all everyone who loves playing games, going to arcades, family fun amusement parks, etc.  The papers & designs will work perfectly with your photos and help you relive those great times again!

Suzanna Lee

Big Winner with Family Fun!

Hi there! Suzanna here to share with you some more Family Fun inspiration! We all win with this collection it's so varied and diverse! Something for everyone! Today I focused my layout using the arcade themed papers and embellishments with some of the neutrals on the "b" sides of other papers to compliment. 

As the pictures were taken indoors, in a dark room, as one would expect for arcades, I used black cardstock as my background, just as the arcade patterned paper has a black background too. The bright colors of the pictures and patterned papers really contrast nicely and pop from the black background!

The bottom of the layout was a cinch to put together! I stamped the clear acrylic token stamp on the "b" side of the matinee paper then used a circle cutter to punch the tokens out. Layer with the stickers and stars from the letter stickers and you have a fun border that screams arcade fun!

Have you created anything with the new Family Fun collection? What do you think? Link us up or share it on FaceBook and let us see your creations!

Supply List
Imaginisce - Family Fun; patterned paper, stamps, stickers, die cuts, epoxy dots
American Crafts - letter stickers

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Movie Night Cards

Check out this super fun cards!!

Michelle Philippi

Movie Night Cards

Hello Imaginisce fans!
We had a mess of a snow storm come through these parts last week, and it created some of the bestest family time!  Friday night, the whole family in our jammies, eating grilled cheese sammies and tomato soup, in the living room, in front of the fireplace and watching Christmas movies.  

It was so quiet outside with everyone barricaded in their homes, and it was such a peaceful scene inside of ours.  We love our movie nights and this particular one during the first snow of the year was almost magical.
Today I’m sharing some fun movie night theme cards that I made using Imaginisce’s new Family Fun collection.  Bright patterned paper, super fun die-cuts, and Thickers!

When asked for advice on cardmaking, I have always told people to buy the entire collection.  It’s so easy to put cards together when you have all the fun coordinating bits.  Much easier than trying to match things yourself – in my opnion.

These would be great to pop some movie tickets in to, or package up all cutesy with popcorn and Junior Mints and a good old-fashioned DVD.

Here’s to lots of family time this wonderful holiday season!
Supply List -  
Imaginisce:  Family Fun patterned paper, cardstock die-cut, Thickers

Monday, November 24, 2014

Family Fun ideas!

As we finish off this month of November we're going to share some more amazing projects created by our Design Team using the new Family Fun collection.  A collection that we hope you have really enjoyed!

"Movie Night"

Hello Imaginisce fans! It’s Monique again with another “Family Fun” layout. The more I use this collection the more I love it!! Every time I discover more fun details, embellishments and thus possibilities. For today’s blog post I decided to use the cinema theme (“matinee” sheet). I had these crazy “selfie” photos of my youngest and I wearing 3D cinema glasses. We love to go to the cinema (not only because I love children’s movies, but above all because I love seeing my youngest’s delight when he watches the film) and so I’ve got quite a couple of photos like these to scrap. This collection was just what I was waiting for!

I started with one of the wonderful Snag ‘em stamps belonging to this collection: “movie”. Not long ago on the Creating Keepsakes blog I saw an example of a stamp being used on a piece of burlap and I knew I wanted to try that technique too. I think it’s awesome how it turned out! I love the extra texture the burlap adds to the page and I love the beautiful crisp image that I managed to stamp!  

Next I wanted to try some of the “mysterious” Imaginisce milk paints (well, mysterious to me at least) and chose the yellow one. I shook a bit of the dry powder in a cup and added a bit of water (I used one part of powder on one part of water) and used a paint brush to stir it a bit, so the powder dissolved. Then I chose a Tim Holtz stencil and got started. I love love love how this turned out!!! It dried pretty quickly (I did use my heat tool a bit) and when I rubbed it afterwards it didn’t come off or anything! It’s awesome! 

(photo movie night 6,7 and 4)

A while ago a magazine asked me to scrap a layout with a “bold line of embellishments”. This threw me a bit, as I had never done this before. But of course I gave it a try and I really loved the result! So when I saw the many fabulous die-cuts and stickers in this collection I knew straight away what I was going to do: create a layout with a “bold line of embellishments”! Apart from the die-cuts and stickers provided, I also created a couple of brads myself (using Imaginisce’s awesome I-Top tool) as I just wanted to use more of those awesome “b-side” designs. I’m in love the with black and white chequered paper! I really love the end result and I can’t wait to hear what you think of it! 

 Again, I just can’t wait to see what you’ll do with this collection!! If you use it, don’t forget to share your project on our facebook page so we can admire it too! 

Have a great day and thank you so much for visiting Imaginisce’s blog today! 

Imaginisce: patterned paper, die-cuts, stickers, sticker stacker, movie stamp (Family Fun), brad daddies 16mm, milk paints; American Crafts: cardstock. Imaginisce I-Top tool, I-Top punch. 

Friday, November 21, 2014

Made with Love

We've got another gorgeous layout to share with you today using the new Family Fun collection!

Amanda Johnson

I absolutely loved the Family Fun collection. So many fun possibilities! I was also a little worried though, I am not much of a theme scrapper, and I wasn't sure how I was going to make this work for my style.

I had some older photos that I hadn't scrapped yet of my daughters and a gingerbread man they decorated a few Christmases back...I thought they would be perfect to use with the baking themed products from this line!

I loved the Made With Love patterned paper in this collection, and knew I wanted to use it for a larger area of my layout, I didn't want it to over power the rest of the layout with its busy pattern, so I used it to block a section on my layout. It helped to bring in color and pattern, and also gave some depth to my layout when I layered it in with a few other papers.

The "Made With Love" sticker was the perfect title for this layout...and the gingerbread man is the actual gingerbread man my girls decorated...I simply scaled down and fussy cut the photo to use as an embellishment.

Then, I just clustered in a few of the fun icon sticker and enamel dots to draw some interest to my smaller photo. The word phrases on here, I cut from the branding strip on the Made With Love pattern paper.

This is such a fun collection to play with, and I think it was perfect for me to use to get my feet wet on using more themed product. Can't wait to pull it out again for another fun layout!!

Supply List:

Imaginisce: Family Fun; patterned paper, enamel dots, buttons, stickers
American Crafts: white cardstock
Studio Calico: spray mist


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