Sunday, July 15, 2018

Project Life pages with Solange Marques

It's Solange Marques here. Today I'll share with you some project life pages using the beautiful Imaginarium Designs chipboards. They give a special charming on the project life pages!

 I've applied embossing powder on all of the chipboards:

On the buttons I've applied crackle paint:

 On the others chipboards I've used embossing powder:

 More one page:

Double pages:

 Here I've used embossing powder on the chipboards:

I hope it can inspire you!

ID Supplies;
IDAUC001 Capital Letters
IDFL0031 Rufus Embellishment
IDS0031 12 Buttons on board
IDT0031 Monarch Butterfly
IDS0078 Two Dragonflies in a board
IDT0018 Bicycle Small
IDFR0015 Double Oval Frame
IDFR0031 Oval Swirly Edge
IDFR0034 Leah Frame
IDW0051 Travel Snap Shots
IDB0003 Four Circle Border
IDD0073 Loolabelle1s Nested Arrows
IDD0038 Nat’s Squares Medium

BoBunny papers
Lindy's Stamp Gang embossing Powder
Crackle paint

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Chipboard Post-It-Note Holder

Hi All

It's Wendy back today and to share a functional little project using sheets of chipboard.  Some of you know that I love my score-pal and use it for everything (I actually have 2 x scor-pals, 2  x scor- buddies and another brand so let me see ....... yep 5 scoring tools).  I am always checking out the tutorials on-line around gift boxes and I came across the instructions for making a post-it-note holder which uses sheets of chipboard.  Perfect!  I paired this with one of my favourite Graphic 45 papers "Bird Song" and it all came together - not quickly but I got there in the end!

So first up the post it note holder - by using the chipboard it makes it super sturdy and looks great covered with the paper.

The link is here if you would like to tutorial to make this little holder.  Post It Note Tutorial

To compliment the note holder I have done a card using the same paper and used Adirondak Paint in Butterscotch to cover the chipboard.

I hope you enjoyed this months projects - don't forget our monthly challenge which is "Orange" email a picture of your project using Imaginarium Chipboard to Jane to go into the draw to win a chipboard pack.

Keep Creating!

Chipboard Used is below:-

12 x 12 Sheet 

The Flourish on the card is a newbie and I am sure if you contacted Jane she would be able to help you out with ordering this item.

Monday, July 9, 2018

July Projects - With Karyn Schultz!

Hi Imaginarium Designs lovelies!!

It's Karyn here and today I have a scrapbook page and cards to share with you.

The July Colour of the month at Imaginarium Designs chipboard is "Orange"!!! We would love for you to join in the challenge and create a project using Imaginarium Designs chipboard that is inspired by the colours back and white then send a photo to Jane at (before 24th July)  and you will be in the running to win a fabulous chipboard prize pack!! 

This first project is a scrapbook page - of me :)
I started with a sheet & Dots Studio Paint Chips "Underpaper" and swiped DWM paint (Tangerine, Sedona, Black, Buff) across in places.
I coloured my chipboard using Lindy's embossing powder in "Kaiser Russet Red" (this was as orange as I had lol).
Here are some close-ups. I've also added some flowers, a white paper doilie, orange muslin and a torn piece of dressmakers pattern.

I love these word stickers from 7 Dots Studio - Paint Chips collection.
Imaginarium Designs chipboard I've used includes 

flourishes and titles - new design see instore soon!

Next I have 2 cards.

For the first card I have used a card base of 14cm x 14cm. Then I've added Paper Arts "Colour explosion 3" paper (a fabulous New Zealand company). I've added some orange coloured muslin and left the chipboard raw. 
For the second card I used a 14cm x 14cm card base again, then I matted more of the "Colour Exposion 3" paper and some painted white cardstock - swiped with DWM paint (Tangerine, Sedona, Lapis) across in places. I coloured my chipboard using the same paints.
Imaginarium Designs chipboard I've used includes 

Thanks so much for stopping by
Crafty Hugs xx