Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Dream Big ......

Hello again.

 Today I am sharing a couple of amazing projects created by our girls.

Dina has covered a beautiful shabby Notebook and this is nothing short of DIVINE
She has covered the chipboard leaves in white crackle paint - I LOVE THIS!!!!

And Amanda has created this great Canvas!
 
Hot Air Balloon Canvas Art, "Dream Big" - collage, gesso wash, gelatos & stamped background. Chipboard painted & inked. Clouds coated in gesso then collaged. Wire for wind. ...



Ahhhhh.... mazing stuff girls!


 Have a great night
xxxx
Natalie 

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Three projects by Romy

Hi!
It's Romy  here today and I'm here to show you two lay-outs and a card. 

My first lay-out is a mixture of clean and elegant:


I used a gorgeous Imaginarium clock on this lay-out above and below my photo. I cut it into two halves and heat embossed it with white embossing powder. 



I also used a couple of mini gears, a heart and a tiny arrow from Imaginarium Designs. They were all slightly inked with distress ink 'Walnut Stain'.




My second project is a sweet baby card.

On this card I used my all time favourite chipboard embellishment from Imaginarium Designs: this lovely ornate frame.


I heat embossed this frame with white embossing powder too. 
I jus love the rich look that embossing powder gives. I think it makes the beautiful Imaginarium chippies look even more elegant. 



My third project is a lay-out that I recently made for a magazine publication in Scrapbook Magazine UK. I framed my photo with a gorgeous clock frame from Imaginarium Designs, that I also heat embossed with white embossing powder. 


I attached my photo on top of a doily to accentuate the clock. 


Thank you for visiting the blog today!
I hope you enjoyed my projects. 
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Monday, January 26, 2015

Imaginarium Love .....


 How is your Monday going?
It's a long weekend here in Australia - celebrating Australia Day!
 
Today I'm sharing a few more projects from our super talented team....

How awesome is this tag Julianne created?
This would be great on the front of a card or on a layout! 

Olga created these cards - I don't know about you but I'd be more than happy to receive something as beautiful as these! - Incredible.

 

  And finally ... the most incredible tag that Chitos created.
This is just divine!


Thanks so much for sharing ladies and I hope you all find these projects inspiring!

Natalie May


Saturday, January 24, 2015

January LayOuts by Tanya

Hello friends!
I hope your year begin very success)
And today I show you my LOs with Imaginarium Design chipboards.
This pages I made last summer!!! I took part in russian competition and can not show my projects anywhere. In December this works was published in russian magazine. And finally I can share with you  my LOs.
First page I made for my friend Julia. Her photo is so inspirational!!! And really fantastic colors!

I used such ID chipboards:




Second LO with my lovely daughter, she is very special for me - my little girl...
ID chipboard I covered by black archival ink and then I used LuminArts Silks


I used:

Hope you enjoy my projects.

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Friday, January 23, 2015

Sweet and Cute!

Hi, Carol here sharing my projects for the first time. So excited and honored to be part of the team. I adore dollhouses so my first project here is an altered Tim Holtz clock.

"Timely Fashion Shop"


Created a window display for miniature fashion shop. I painted the dressform chipboards with cream acrylic paint and added glitter. For the bigger dressform, I adhered lace as dress. To make these dressforms stand, I cut out the negative (as shown below) and adhered to the dressform legs.



Then I cut out the bottom part.


I added 2 mini bolts of fabric, some resin flowers and sequins into the "window display".


Used Loolabelle's Nested Hexagons as picture frames after painted them red. Love the 3 different sized hexagons.


For the shop name, I painted the tiny alphas white and put glitter on it. The black frame is painted black before add black glitter paint. I added the corner chipboards behind the black frame to extend it.

I started scrapbooking when I was pregnant with my first child. So naturally most of my layouts I do are about them. And here's my second project on my son when he's still a baby.

"Cute As A Cupcake"


I love these photos of my boy.  He was so chubby then. And he seemed to enjoy putting his cute little fingers into his mouth. Yummy!! That's how the title came about: Cute As A Cupcake & Taste Like One Too!!


I got the inspiration for the background from Melissa Frances Sweet Life paper collection. But I wanted something more 3D. So I watercolored the white cardstock grey, added blots of acrylic paint and texture paste mixture before add some brown paint spatters and sequins.


For the chipboard title, "Cute As A Cupcake", I painted the bottom part brown and painted the top part with Shimmerz Paints Dazzelerz Tutti Frutti. Before the Shimmerz Paints Dazzelerz dries, I sprinkled some clay "toppings"on it to make it look more like frosting.

Here's the chipboards I used:

2 Mannequins and Hoop

Corner with Four Circles

Looplabelle's Nested Hexagons

Cute As A Cupcake

Isobel Lower Case Alpha 

Isobel Upper Case Alpha

Hope you enjoy my projects and thanks for dropping by.

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