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Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Making your Pop Art POP with the i-rock!

Pinky here with another fun idea for your i-rock tool from Imaginisce.

I love Pop Art and I am always thinking of easy ways to be more artistic and have fun while creating. I love making a card using my pile of scraps that just sit here.
This card was simple and fun to make and it used nothing but scraps!
I began with a bunch of cardstock scraps in bright vivid colors.
I used my Cricut Expression and the Wall Decor and More cartridge to cut out 2 (including layers) coffee cups from each color. (I used 2" but you could use any size)
After I finished cutting the coffee cups, I glued them all down and it needed something to make it pop! That is where to i-rock came in handy. I chose the Glam Rocks in Metallic Pearl because the colors reminded me of coffee and coffee steam.
After I added my POP with the i-rock, I cut 1/4" strips in black to make a frame, then I inked the edges.
I also cut a 8"x 6" card and adhere it to the back. It can be framed or just set on the table.
It was a fun project, I bet any cut would do...butterfly, stars, anything you can think of!
We would love to see what you create using your i-rock.

I hope you enjoyed my POP of fun blog today.

For more ideas and projects you can visit my blog


~Pinky~
Imaginisce Design Team



9 comments:

Manhattan Mandie said...

Love this card, Pinky!!! Very cool idea :)

Dolores said...

love the card what a great idea!

Sandra said...

love it!
Sandra

Vanessa said...

Adorable card Pinky! Love it!!

Dawn said...

Adorable card Pinky, love your spin on your creations-always fun

Court said...

Great project! :) Thanks for sharing. I love that Wall Decor and More cartridge. It's on my short list!

Nicole Laird said...

I think this is so cool!! You rock chica!! Can't wait to get mine and use it!

Maureen Reiss said...

This is really cool!!! Love it!

NANA R NASSAR said...

I loved....Pop art is just awesome right?! This is Andy Warhol style! xoxoxo

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