Thursday, October 30, 2014

Last post from our Guest .... Amanda

Hi everyone!  

Welcome back for more Imaginarium Designs chipboard delights!
Amanda Baldwin here today, sharing my final Guest Designer project with you!


I have absolutely loved sharing some of my creations with you this month 
& I thankyou for making me feel so welcome!
Lately, I have been super busy creating some exciting projects for CHA - 
including sampling a gorgeous new heritage collection.
This has been loads of fun but left my artistic, more colourful & creative side
a lil desperate for some serious play time. ..

Hence today's layout, 
"Super Cool" is an explosion of color,  paint and chipboard fun!

 Here it is.............


Yep, desperate for paint and chipboard goodness!
(and truly - this lil  man is Super Cool!)
Lots of chippie love going on here too! 
Railway tracks, cogs - just perfect for a boy page!
Let's take a closer look......


Red ink & Glossy Accents highlights my chipboard title.
To add interest to my cogs, I've positioned 2 of them into old metal buttons & used resin to cover them. Such a cool technique and result! 
I've also layered a few of the larger cogs to add dimension.


A lot of gesso, paint and splatter mess! Love it! 
Boy pages should be all about fun and mischief!

Here are the fabulous chippies I used on this layout......






And there you have it! 
My 'Super Cool' layout that celebrates those incredible chippies that we looooove!

It's been a fantastic opportunity for me to Guest Design for Imaginarium Designs 
 & I hope my creations have inspired you!

Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment,

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Layouts by Tanya Palamarchuk.

Hello, dear friends!
It is Tanya.
And today I show  2 layouts with Imaginarium Chipboards!
Both projects with the same photo :)

First LO on the white background with bright pink color. Love it)
Tittle I covered by black ink.


All stars I paint with white gesso and add some pink spray


I used such ID chipboards:



And the second LO with the same photo but in orange)


All ID chipboards are covered by black archival ink.

 


I used:


Have a great day:)

Tanya


Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Fairy and winter cards from Olga Znamenskaya 'Pastila'

Hi all!

Here is Olga with two cards today.

First one is about close winter:

I cut fence chipboard and made "shabby" fence



I have taken my inspiration from view near my house... he he he...
here is what I see when I go outside...

And the second one about fairy:



Have a nice day and welcome to my blog!
~Olga~

Monday, October 27, 2014

Fall & Christmas Projects

Hi!

Today it's my turn to show you my projects for October. I decided to dedicate this post to both the beautiful season of fall and the wonderful Christmas celebrations. Imaginarium Designs definitely has the perfect chipboard pieces for both occassions! 

First, I have a fall lay-out to show you that I made about my boyfriend, Jeroen. 


On this lay-out, I framed my photo with the beautiful Anna Frame. It's definitely my favourite frame from Imaginarium, because it looks so whimsical and detailed. 

I lightly inked the frame with brown distress ink to make it suit the fall colour scheme.





 I also used a few hexagons, three lovely hot-air balloons and the 'Sweet' title from Imaginarium Designs. They were all altered in the same way as the photo frame. I also added pearls to some of the chipboard pieces to give them an elegant finishing touch. 




My second and third project are two Christmas cards. They both have the same design, but I used different materials and colours to make sure that they still looked different. 


These tiny frames from Imaginarium Designs are just perfect for cardmaking. I have quite a stash of them and love to use them on my cards. On the Christmas card above, I heat embossed two of these frames and incorporated them on the left and right side of a resin frame.  



My second card also showcases two chipboard frames, but this time I heat embossed them with gold embossing powder to give them a metallic shine. 



I also added a resin cherub for a little sweet touch. 


 That was it for today!
I hope you enjoyed my blogpost!

Please don't forget to leave me a comment on this post in order to win a package full of Imaginarium Designs goodies! Wouldn't it be nice to receive a lovely package of chipboard pieces on your doorstep? :)

 Hugs,


Saturday, October 25, 2014

Layout inspiration from Brit

Hi there.  I have made two layouts to show you today.
On the first one " A Magic Day", I have used Fluid chalk, acrylic paint, mist, and 
ceramic stucco to paint the chipboards.


The dragonfly was painted with grey, black and beige fluid chalks.
On the word Magic I first used ceramic stucco, then I sprayed it with brown and yellow mist.

On the fern leaf and flourish I used the sorbet acrylic paint from Art Anthology.

Chipboards used:





On the "Flower power" layout I have used Uni posca pens and fluid chalk to paint the chipboards.

On the flower I used green and yellow fluid chalk. 

 On the triangles I used Uni Posca pens.

Chipboards used:



Have a nice day :)


Please leave a comment to go into the draw to win a pack  of chipboard!

Brit