We here at Imaginisce want to wish you a blessed holiday.
We are back with Day 4 of our Release party for Colors of Christmas.
We sure hope that you've been enjoying the creations our design team have created using this new collection.
Here's a look at the Sticker Stackers and set of rhinestones that are a part of the collection.
We have a few more projects to share with you on this final day.
Imaginisce Supplies: Colors of Christmas (paper, die cuts, die cut tags, Sticker Stackers, Bling Pack, Snag ‘em Stamp)
Other Supplies: The Twinery Twine, Silhouette
Holiday Cheer card
Christmas cards are without a doubt my favorite ones to make! And making them with the new Colors of Christmas collection are a joy! I wanted to replicate a quilt pattern for this card so I cut out some diamond shapes from the different pattern papers and pieced them together in a circle to create the star pattern. Then all I had to do was layer some of the fun die cuts from the collection. If you’re curious where the corner pieces came from just check out the owl journaling spot from the ”Holiday Wishes” paper.
Imaginisce Supplies: Colors of Christmas (paper, die cuts)
Other Supplies: Silhouette
Merry Christmas card
Cards are a breeze to put together using the Colors of Christmas collection! Just layer a few of the die cuts and Sticker Stackers, add some stamped images and bling and you have your Christmas cards done in a snap!
Don't you just love the bright cheery colors in the Imaginisce Colors of Christmas collection? I know I do! so I just had to pull out a favorite photo of my daughter Naomi visiting Santa. In my layout I wanted to evoke the feeling that this visit actually took place at the oh so magical North Pole. This collection has a Journal Paper pad that I used to layer under my photo. These would be so great on a cards too. I also love these Die Cut Tags. I hung this one to look like an ornament. My i-Rock and the Christmas Bling add the touch of sparkle I needed for the North Pole.Imaginisce Supplies: Pattern Paper, Die Cuts, Bling, Journal Paper : Colors of Christmas; i-Rock; Metallic Hot Rocks; Foam Adhesive;
American Crafts cardstock, Silhouette studio file
'Home Is Where The Heart Is'
If you are traveling for the Holidays you might want to make a Thanks for the Hospitality card. It's just a nice way to sayThank You to friends and family that you visit.
American Crafts cardstock, Silhouette studio file, Hemp, Seam Binding, Ruby Rock-It Fundamentals Chipboard, Maya Road pins, Glue Dots
These photos were taken during the Christmas shown in our garden and home décor centre. The Christmas show there is known everywhere and we go there several times every year! I always bring my camera to take lots of photos of the kids, but this time my daughter insisted to take a pic of me too. As this is the first time I decided to scrap it and because I had Imaginisce’s new Color of Christmas collection on my desk so I got started straight away. I love using lots of layers and different patterned papers on my layouts and with this collection that is so easy; all patterns and colors match perfectly!
Supplies: Imaginsce (Color of Christmas collection: patterned paper, die-cuts, bling. Bushel o’ Fall collection: button). Other supplies: cardstock: Bazzill Basics; staples: V&D. Tools: Silhouette Cameo; Corner & Border Punch: Fiskars.
I am SO excited to get to work with the colors in this collection! They are just FUN + festive! The critters are cute and the images? Fantastic.
I knew that the overall bright and cheery feel would look great with a black and white photo. I think I was right!
Patterned Paper and Die Cuts: Imaginisce
Alphabet stickers: From my stash
We'd love to giveaway a collection pack of this new release!
All you have to do is leave us a comment on today's post. Let us know why you like this collection.
A randomly selected winner will be announced on Fri., Nov.29th, 2013.