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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Love You More Release Party - Day 3





Welcome to Day 3 our release party for our Love You More collection.

Imaginisce has a couple of other new goodies in this collection that you are sure to love!!

Push My Button Pack
Stuck on You Washi Tape
The Design Team have been inspiring us already with their creativity using the Washi Tape. 
Let's take a look at what they have to share with us today.

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My Sweets
I created this layout with my hubby in mind.  I really wanted to focus on the picture.  So, I decided to created a lot framing and layers.  There are so many fun patterns in this collection that the layering and framing really worked with all of the patterned papers.




I decided that the fun patterned paper with all kinds of frames and journaling spots would be perfect for a mini album.  I cut them all up, adding places for journaling and photos.  This is a fun way to create a mini album really fast.








Supplies: Love You More- patterned paper, stickers and letter stickers, I-Top
Other Supplies: wood embelishments, brads, buttons, Silhoutte and twine





Scalloped Heart Treat BoxI happened to run across this chipboard heart while digging through my stash...I've had it for quite some time, but you could create something similar using a favorite die-cutting system or those thin wooden hearts would work too!  


At the center of the scalloped heart was a smaller, pop-out heart.  I thought it would be a fun idea to make a little pocket between the two so that candies, trinkets or small valentine cards could be stored there.  This was as easy as tracing, cutting and gluing :) 


 For the banner, I wrapped bits of washi tape around baker's twine and then trimmed and added on sticker letters.  


Supplies: Love You More- Brave Heart 12 x 12 Paper; Love Letters 12 x 12 Alphabet Sticker Sheet; Love Birds 12 x 12 Sticker Sheet; Push My Button Pack; Stuck on You Washi Tape, Tools- d-stress; clicut


Sydnee's First Wedding LayoutSydnee attended her very first wedding in 2006...it's now almost 2013 and I have been waiting for the perfect papers to scrap this photo!  Because it is a single 5x7, I wanted to add lots of layering below the picture.  



After cutting her name out with apersonal die-cutting machine, I was able to build the rest of the title using different sticker alphas.  I'm so happy that Love You More came about...this sweet photo now has a home in our scrapbook :)


Supplies: Love You More- Love Notes 12 x 12 Paper; Groovy Love 12 x 12 Paper; Heart Attach 12 x 12 Paper; Bee Mine 12 x 12 Paper; Push My Button Pack; Love Birds 12 x 12 Sticker Sheet; Love Letters 12 x 12 Alphabet Sticker Sheet



This picture was taken at a casual home wedding we went to in October, and I could think of nothing better than the Love You More line to scrap this photo. With love on our minds that day, we'll always remember where we were when this picture was taken.



Supplies: Imaginisce: Love You More pattern paper, stickers, letter stickers, washi. May Arts ribbon, mists, white card stock, foam pop dots, TomBow adhesive dot runner


No better way to show your love than with a card! I love the hexagon paper in the Love You More collection and the sentiments on the stickers are so easy to use for cards.



Supplies: Imaginisce: Love You More pattern paper, stickers, washi, foam pop dots, twine


Cari Locken

I think that my most favorite thing about this collection is the gray patterned papers and the different embellishments that Imaginisce created with this line.  They are so striking, so versatile and just so much fun to work with.


I used my Cricut Expression to cut out the heart designs on the spotted paper. I traced the heart shapes onto the gray paper and then placed small scraps of different patterned papers.  I adhered the spotted paper (with the cut out heart shapes) using some foam tape. This gave a bit of dimension which I love.
Please feel free to hop over to my blog for more pics and details about my layout.


Supplies: Imaginisce (Love You More collection : papers, stickers, Washi tape)

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Would you like to be the lucky winner of this fabulous collection?


Just leave us a comment on the blog post today and 
tell us what you use the Washi tape for.
We will randomly select a winner from all the comments posted throughout the week.
(The winner will be announced here on the blog Friday, Nov. 16th)

Join us again tomorrow for Day 4 of our LYM release party!

36 comments:

Beatrice Lawson said...

This collection is a must have! I really loved the be mine card - it has all my loves - the pretty wash, the hexagons, the lovely sentiment...

Michelle McClure said...

Thanks for sharing so many great projects this week. I've wanted to try making banners with the washi tapes.

Darcy said...

I have never used washi tape! I would love to try it out as there are so many different ways to use it!

Anita said...

I would make a heart out of the washi tape. Putting it across and in different directions and then trimming around

Charlotte Brochu said...

Washi Tape is so fun for making borders on your layouts! Really adds a fun feel!

PamSpradlin said...

I have used Washi Tape to re-enforce the edges of mini books. It works wonders for the added strength.

Gregsgirl's crafty corner said...

what fabulous inspiration with this collection, love it. I would use the washi tape in stripes behind a heart cut out on a card

Raven B said...

I just love the new washi tape. I have been using washi tape a lot in my layouts lately!!! What beautiful projects Dt!!!!

jj said...

I have not tried washi tape yet, but I think it is about time to experiment with it as there are so many great ideas from the DT.

Nikki said...

I just got my 1st roll of washi tape a little while ago So far I've added it into Cards I've been making now I want to get some more it's so pretty to use :)

Amanda said...

Well, haven't used washi tape yet.. If you had some I would use it on my cards, layouts, and other crafty projects..

Scrappy hugs,
Amanda :0)
amandascraftsandmore(at)hotmail(dot)com

Miriam Prantner said...

Loving the new additions to your line up! I use washi on cards and layouts. Often when I'm stuck it's just the right bit of something that I need.

kaboo bag said...

Amazingly delicious array of pinks, grey and white. (no wonder they all look so great1) Really great job ladies! These ideas will be scraplifted liberally!

Suzy said...

Love love love Cari's layout! The buttons and washi are great additions to your collections. I would use washi as border strips :)
Suzanne suzyq28024@Gmail.com

Sue D said...

Fabulous creations today! I use washi tape for a touch of color on my cards.

Carla said...

Love Washi tape! I've used it on cards, made a couple of mini albums, made flowers and designs with it. Love it.

Carla from Utah

Dawn said...

I have not tried Washi tape so I'm not sure yet what my first attempt will be but I'm sure I'll be picking this one up to try!!

Sandi said...

Cari's layout is amazing...I too love the gray papers. I love to use washi as a quick way to embellish cards and tags.

Regina Hamilton said...

I've never used Washi tape. But I think it would make wonderful borders for cards and scrapbook layouts.

Holly and little people said...

I've not yet had the opportunity to play with washi tape. I love the look of it though.

Rea said...

I would use the Washi Tape for cards and layouts. I think it would even be fun to use in mini books. Love this collection.

{VICKI} said...

To be honest, I haven't used washi tape yet
But I know it would be great on cards, layouts, home decor projects---just about anything

Iris said...

I have not tried Washi tape yet but would like to incorporate it into my stamping projects. Iris

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

love all of today's projects. I just started using Washi tape. Currently I use it for cards.

littlen said...

believe it or not i haven't used washi tape yet, but i think it would be great to use on cards & lo's.

Romy said...

More gorgeousness! I love that you do washi tape now too. I would love to use it for some fun details on my lay-outs.

st_mccall said...

I love this layout. My daughter just got married in June and I am working on her wedding album! The washi tape would be perfect for this! Thanks for the inspiration and the great products!

Kimberly S said...

Oh wow, even Washi tape to match! Just fabulous. :) hugs, Kimberly

DonnaSue said...

Love the colors in this new collection! Washi tape is great for cards--so many uses.

Robin B. said...

I love to use washi tape on cards, layouts and mini albums.

Jill Rugg said...

Love that you have washi tape! I have admired it on other blog projects and can't wait to give it a try!

Big Mamma~ a.k.a. Mary S said...

I like to add it to envelopes to dress them up a little. I hate just plain white envelopes.

Kim H said...

another beautiful collection, and very inspiring projects. I would use the washi tape for scrapbook pages of my new baby girl. the tapes would make great borders and tags. thanks!

Marcia Dehn-Nix said...

Really love to use washi tape on the edges of my layouts. This is such a fabulous collection!

Marlene said...

Loving this collection more everyday!!! I just discovered the fun of using washi tape. I would use it as a corner accent on a layout or border strip on a card. I've also used it to close up a glassine bag filled with candy, add a little ribbon and button and your done.

Thanks for the chance to win!!

Lisa P said...

I'm just learning the ways that washi can be used. I want to use some for cardmaking and as border strips.

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