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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Country Girl

Have you seen the Bandana paper in our new collection?  It's so much fun and DT member Marcia shows it off perfectly in this layout.

Marcia Dehn-Nix


'Country Girl'

I must be a country girl at heart, because I am loving the new Heartland Farm collection! Aren't you?  I loved visiting my cousins on their dairy farms when I was growing up. This collection just brings back all those fond memories. 



In this layout, I am playing up the bandana paper and die cuts. The circle bandana die cuts mixed with wooden pieces are quick and easy embellishments to add across my layout ...  and how cute are those barn and ducks die cuts in the bottom corner!  



I used my favorite Imaginisce tool, the i-Rock, to add some rhinestones around the title.  The rhinestones help give my layout more of a girly look. It's so easy to add some bling with the i-Rock!



This collection is perfect for your country girls and boys, even if it is just at heart.




Supplies:
Imaginisce : Pattern Papers, Die Cuts, Wooden Pieces (Heartland Farm), I-Rock, Assorted Rhinestones
American Crafts: Cardstock, Red Homestead Alphabet Thickers

Monday, May 25, 2015

Happy Birthday!

Our Design Team is having so much fun creating with our new collection Heartland Farm!  And we can't wait for you to get your hands on it and play with it too. Make sure to share your creations with us and tag us on Facebook and Instagram.

Let's take a look at this super fun & creative layout!



Suzanna Lee


There ain't nothin' Country about this layout but Heartland Farm sure does make for a bright, fun filled birthday layout! It's easy to take this farm, country themed collection and use it for something else as I've done here.




The eye catching element of this layout is the black background with my custom created cut file that is then backed with four of the patterned papers from the collection. The plaid is the perfect compliment that ties all the colors together around the edge.



I pulled apart this pennant banner sticker and used it for another purpose, putting my husband's age in instead. He's going to be thrilled that I shared such information with you! As far as he's concerned, this is his 39 plus 6 birthday! LOL!



I love that there are cut aparts for journaling as Imaginisce collection's have always had! Fussy cut some of the quilt pattern stars and they make embellishments that compliment your layout (or card)!



Thanks for stopping today!

Supplies
Imaginisce - Patterned paper, enamel dots, dimensional stickers, die cuts - Heartland Farm
American Crafts - cardstock, Thickers

Friday, May 22, 2015

"Heartland Farm" card set

How adorable are these cards?? We love the fun shapes & designs.
The Heartland Farm collection is so versatile!


Stephanie Dang


Howdy ya'll!! It's Stephanie from paperANDi, here to share you a few inspiration for Imaginisce's latest release, "Heartland Farm."



I cut out the base for my card on solid paper with my electronic cutting machine. I hand cut and trimmed a few of my favorite patterned papers from The Heartland Farm collection. I added a bit of glittered sparkles on the solid part of my card by using clear glossy accents and my favorite stash of clear glitter. 




I finished up my card with die cuts from The Heartland Farm collection. And, I added some ribbons/bows and adhered it to my card by using Imaginisce's cordless glue gun. I hope you've gotten a bit of inspiration and please make sure to check out Imaginisce's latest release, "Heartland Farm." 


Supplies: 
Imaginisce: Heartland Farm Collection (patterned papers and die cuts); i-Rock tool with hot rocks; i-Bond cordless hot glue gun. American Crafts: pop dots adhesive, ribbon.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Always

Check out this inspiring layout by Guiseppa - full of fun details!

Guiseppa Gubler


Good morning all...Guiseppa here with another layout featuring the new Heartland Farm Collection and my I-Rock!  If you haven't had a chance to get a good look at this collection...it is a must.  It has a fun farm theme, but can be used for more than just your farm or animal pictures.  This picture is of me and my hubs.  I wanted the layout to be bright and cheery, so I used white cardstock for the background to make my pictures and embellishments stand out.




So, how do you love my grid background?  I used my Silhouette Cameo and some Sketch Pens to created this.  



This collection has some really fun die cuts.  I love the circle ones, so in combination with the new Enamel Dots, the I-Rock and Hot Rocks; I dressed my page up.  I love how it turned out and how they ended up framing the picture on my layout.




So, if you haven't picked up this collection...what are you waiting for?  This collection is really perfect for anything summer and I look forward to using it more.  Thanks for stopping in and I hope I've inspired you to get crafty with Imaginisce!

Supplies:
Imaginisce: Patterned Papers, Die -Cut Cardstock Shapes, Adhesive Enamel Dots (Heartland Farm), I-Rock and I-Rock Gems
American Crafts: Cardstock, Thickers and Adhesive Foam Dots

Monday, May 18, 2015

Sweet

We are just loving the creations that our Design Team keep coming up with using our new Heartland Farm collection.
You should be seeing it arriving in your LSS anytime now!

Today Monique is sharing this adorable layout of her puppy!


Monique Liedtke


Hi everyone! It's Monique with another "Heartland Farm" layout for you. This time I decided to use a photo of my dog from way back when she was still a puppy.


I started my layout with some pastel pink Milk Paint and a 12x12 stencil. Because I wanted the background to stay light I used just a little bit of the Milk Paint and a lot of water:



And here's how it looked after I used the stencil:


Love how this turned out! To flatten the paper I put something heavy on it for a couple of hours and only then used it. 

Here're a few close-ups of my layout: the denim pockets are so awesome! 


I was certain I wanted to use the beautiful blue journaling card, but because the words "wildflower seeds" didn't apply to my photo I just adhered a die-cut on top:


And isn't this duck die-cut sweet? I know, it's got nothing to do with my dog, but it's so cute!


You might wonder where I got the bright green paper from (left side of my layout), but it's actually the cardstock packaging sheet from the wooden bottle caps. I just loved the color and decided to use a small strip of it. 

Supplies:
Imaginisce: patterned paper, cardstock die-cuts, enamel dots, denim pockets (Heartland Farm), Milk Paint; American Crafts: cardstock. Other: Silhouette Cameo, TCW Stencil.

Thank you so much for visiting our blog today. Hope you'll have a wonderful week!
Monique

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