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Wednesday, September 11, 2013

"Fur-ever Friends" with Monique

We've got another great project to share with you today.
Design Team member Monique Liedtke created this stunning layout using the Good Dog collection and featured the use of the i-top tool.



One of my favorite Imaginisce collections is the “Good Dog” collection. I love the warm colors and all the super cute stickers and embellishments. For today I decided to use this collection for a layout about my 8 year old Cocker Spaniel. Except for the Good Dog papers and stickers I also created some brads with my I-Top tool. They provided the perfect finishing touch!

This is the layout I created: One Two Three Snap!



And here’s a photo of two of the brads I created:




Do you want to see how easy it is to create these brads with the I-Top? Here’s how I made them:

Step 1: Choose a size for your punches and brads. I used the 16 mm (small) and 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: Place the brad base in the tool and squeeze until you hear a popping sound which means the brad clicked together.




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




Thank you so much for letting me share! Hope you found this helpful, if you have any questions just let me know!

Supplies Used: Imaginisce (Good Dog: patterned paper, sticker stackers, chipboard stickers; Childhood Memories: ABC stickers; Brad Daddies).
Other Supplies used: Bazzill cardstock, Studio Calico: cork embellishments. Tools: Imaginisce I-Top tool, Silhouette Cameo, Aigger sewing machine




3 comments:

Guiseppa said...

So cute Monique! I love this!

Karen L K said...

Love this layout!!

Mendi said...

This turned out super cute Monique! Love all the little details you've added! :)

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