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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Fall is in the air!

Have you tried out i-top tool yet?  Looking for some fun ways to use this fun tool?
Then check out this amazing layout & tutorial by DT member, Monique!




"Fall is in the Air"

Hello Imaginisce fans! It’s Monique today sharing a Fall (pumpkin) layout on which I used a brad I created with the I-Top tool. In this post I’ll show you how very easy it is to make these! 

But first things first, here’s my layout using the fabulous Bushel o’ Fall collection.



Now let me show you how I made this brad: 




Step 1: Choose a size for your punch and brad. I used the 22 mm (medium).



Step 2: Place the punched out paper shape on top of the shell (I always use a glue dot to keep my paper shape in place, but you don’t have to) and place them on your tool.



Step 3: Squeeze your tool and release:



Step 4: Fold the paper tabs inside the shell.




Step 5: Turn your tool around and place the brad base in the tool 



Step 6: Squeeze until you hear a popping sound which means the brad clicked together.



And that’s it. Now you have the perfect – coordinating – brads!!




Easy Peasy! Hope you found this helpful, if you have any questions just let me know! 

Now I have a few more photos, a couple of close-ups from the rest of the page: 





This is it! Thank you so much for letting me share and for stopping by our blog today! Happy scrapping!

Supplies Used: 
Imaginisce Bushel o’ Fall: patterned paper, die-cuts; Brad Daddies; American Crafts: cardstock (black). Tools: Imaginisce I-Top tool, Silhouette Cameo, Martha Stewart leave punch. 

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Gift Packaging

Today we've got another great gift packaging project by design team member, Michelle!



Little Princess Gift Packaging

Hello Imaginisce fans!
Today I’m sharing with you some more quick and easy gift packaging.  I love using paper sacks for gift wrap – so perfect for those odd shaped things like nail polish, for example.  But I do like to dress up the packaging with a little crafty-action.  Layering various die cut pieces of patterned paper can add so much and look so fun with very little effort.


I starting by diecutting a big tag, a smaller tag, a long banner piece, and the word happy.

And then I topped them with either a cardstock die-cut or a dimensional sticker stacker from the Little Princess collection.


Finally, I added an American Crafts glittered clothespin to add some sparkle.



Christmas is coming – now is the perfect time to die cut some shapes to get ready for some quick, crafty wrapping!
xoxo
Michelle
Supply List -  
Imaginisce:  Little Princess patterned paper, cardstock die-cut, dimensional sticker stacker

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Turkey Table Talk!!

Looking for some Thanksgiving table decor ideas?
Check out this project by Marcia!! Adorable!!






'Thanksgiving Turkeys For Your Table'
Are you looking for some Thanksgiving table decor? I love decorating for a party! These turkeys are going to look great on my Thanksgiving tables. The inspiration for these came from a Minnesota scrapbook store in Pine City. 



I saw rosette turkeys while on a girl's outing last Spring and thought to myself... I need to make something similar to that!  The Imaginisce Bushel O' Fall pattern papers were a perfect choice. I love those yellow, orange, and reds mixed with a touch of teal blue. 

These turkeys were easy to make. I created 3 rosettes using 1", 1.25", and 1.5" strips of pattern papers. I used my i-Top punches to cover the middle of the rosette, so it still looks like turkey feathers. Use a small in the front and a large one in the back to cover the hole in the middle. You want them to look nice from a back view too. 





Supplies:
Imaginisce : Pattern Papers (Bushel O'Fall), i-Top, small, large punches, i-Bond Hot Glue Gun

Monday, October 27, 2014

You make me so very happy!

Our design team has been creating some fabulous projects this past month and showcasing the various tools that Imaginisce has.  Today Lanette shares this great project using the i-top and i-rock tools!



"Happy"

Hello All Lanette here! Today I wanted to take a moment  to share  a quick little card using two of my favorite Imaginisce Tools. But first I wanted to let you know a bit about these tools.

First in no particular order is the I-Rock tool. With this too you can permanently affix rhinestones, jewels, pearls, or mirrors to paper, fabric, or even furniture to create a dazzling masterpiece! It's so easy! No need for messy glue. Each package includes one cordless heat setting tool. It truly rocks!

Next is the I Top with it you can transform an ordinary brad into a custom accent in an easy two step process. Just place your paper and blank brads and give a little squeeze.

Now lets take a peek at the card I created using these two fabulous tools!



Here you can see the dimension that the I-Top adds. 



And all the sparkle that the I-Rock adds.






Thanks so much for stopping by today!
-Lanette

 If you would like to find out more about all the fabulous tools Imaginisce has to over just hop on over to the Imaginisce Website


Supplies used:
Imaginisce Products: Pattern Paper -Welcome Spring Pattern Paper & Little Princess,  Rock tool & Rhinestones, I-Top & Brads.

American Crafts- Cardstock, Foam Dots, Mister Hueys Mist.

Thursday, October 23, 2014

The D-stres tool hard at work!!

The d-stress tool is such a fun little tool and can add so much interest to your projects!



"Oksar" layout


I started my page by painting a white frame around a plain piece of tan card stock



I junked up the edges of a 6.5x8.5 piece of patterned paper with the paper distressor for my grounding piece, and tucked a couple different sized circles around the photos. 



After adding my title and journaling, I embellished with the i-Rock and i-Top tools to add dimension.




Supply List
Imaginisce: Perfect Vacation (You Are Here, World Traveler, Memories Captured, Die Cut Journaling Tags ); Little Princess (Secret Garden ); i-Top Tool & Brads; Distress Tool; i-Rock tool & Rocks
American Crafts: Tan Cardstock

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