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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

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Baby Blessing

With all the bold colours & designs,  design team member Stephanie,  still managed to create a darling pastel colored layout using the Family Fun collection! Adorable!!



Happy FALL everyone! I am absolutely loving this weather! Don't you?! 

I have a layout to share with you featuring Imaginisce's latest collection called, "Family Fun,"  along with one of their many choices of awesome tools called the I-ROCK CRYSTAL HEAT SETTING TOOL.






If you haven't checked out the Imaginisce "Family Fun" collection- you are missing out! The collection is filled with lots of goodies for all sorts of projects! And, make sure you check out the I-Rock Crystal Heat Setting Tool  along with all their many varieties of great tools!



Supplies:
Imaginisce: Family Fun Collection (die cuts, enamel, thickers, & buttons) and Imaginisce i-Rock crystal heat setting tool along with hot rocks.
American Crafts: acetate

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Busy Box

Need some ideas for children when you go on long trips?
Then check out this adorable project by Marcia!!  It is sure to please any child!!





'Busy Box'

How many of you are planning a road trip around Thanksgiving or Christmas? Do you need ideas for keeping your little ones entertained?  Maybe hear, "Are we there yet?"  a little less. Well I've got a great idea for you. I put together a busy box. 






I decorated my box with paper and die cuts from the Family Fun collection. It's about a 9"x9" tin. 






This box can hold plenty of snacks, games, crayons... I decided to make some magnetic dolls to put inside mine with the Family Fun die cuts. Since my box is actually a tin I am upcycling, so the magnets will stick right to it!. To create the magnets, I ran the dolls and accessories I chose through my 9" Creative Station with a Laminate Magnet cartridge inside. 



I chose accessories that were not too small so their little fingers would not get too frustrated, lol. Then I cut the pieces out. 




Since the Safari hat had a slit cut in it for the doll head, I used my Clicut to cut through the laminate and magnetic sheets. The Clicut is one of the newer tools for Imaginisce. It's a retractable pen knife. Make sure to use it with a self healing mat so as not to cut into your table top.




I organized my box with the girl doll and accessories on the inside of the lid and the boy doll and his accessories on the bottom of my tin. They can be moved around easily and dressed and undressed. I may need to add some of those adorable zoo animal die cuts to my busy box. 







To add to the creativity, I got a small dry erase board. The magnets will stick to this board too! and Did you know you can get dry erase crayons? No tops to get lost! No mess if they happen to fall out of little hands! Where were these when my kids were little! They work great and can be stowed away inside the busy box!  


Supplies:
Imaginisce : Pattern Papers, Die Cuts (Family Fun),Clicut, Self Healing Mat
American Crafts - Thickers

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Strike!

This collection is so delightful. Perfect for creating layouts about all of your family adventures, games nights and times together!





Hello All Lanette Here!!

Today I get a to share a super fun new collection from Imaginisce! I am so in love with the Family Fun Collection! It truly is the perfect family collection!

I picked t, he Bumper Lane paper to focus on for my layout, it was perfect for Sydney's Bowling Birthday Bash!



I really love all the die cuts that this collection comes with here you can see I added a bit of dimension with a foam dot.



And who doesn't love layered stickers!! They make the perfect titles :)


But no layout (at least mine :)) is complete with out a bit of bling and the IRock tool is perfect for adding a little sparkle.


Make sure you stop in tomorrow for more projects with this collection!! Its sure to be FUN!
Thanks so much for stopping by today!
Supplies:
Imaginisce Products Used: Family Fun Collection- Pattern Paper, Die Cuts & Layered Stickers. I-Rock Tool & Stones.
American Crafts Products Used: Cardstock, Adhesive, Foam dots & Mister Huey's Mist

Monday, November 17, 2014

Twin Chefs using Family Fun collection

We've got another week full of fabulous projects using our new Family Fun collection! The DT is loving this new release and have been creating some wonderful projects.






My Twin Chefs


When I saw that there were both a blond and a brunette long haired girl paper dolls, I couldn't resist doing a page like this. My very fraternal twins love to help me out in the kitchen, and of course...I love to document it! 




The paper doll embellishments are quite large, so I made use of the chefs hats for my title space. Also, keeping the background simple keeps the page from looking too busy so everything can stand out.





Supply List
Imaginisce: Family Fun (Baking, Die Cut Cardstock shapes); i-Rock Tool and Rocks
American Crafts: Black Fun & Games Thickers

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