Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Two lay-outs by Romy

Hi! Happy Tuesday!
It's Romy here and today's it's my turn to show you two of my latest Imaginarium Design creations. I made two lay-outs for today's post: a romantic and feminine lay-out and a more masculine one. 

Let's start with my feminine lay-out. I used lots pink elements and whimsical touches on this one and of course Imaginarium Design's chippies made a perfect finishing touch. 

These are the gorgeous chipboard pieces that I used on my lay-out. To frame my photo I used a large oval frame and a clock frame. I cut out the inner part of the clock to turn it into a frame. Both chipboard pieces were covered with pink embossing powder to give them a soft look.

Oval Frame with Brackets Large

Clock Face (3 inch)

 I also used two tiny oval frames on the left and right side of the doily. I think these tiny frames are always a cute finishing touch on your lay-out when you feel like something's missing. 

Oval Frames (3 per board)

I also based a lay-out upon this gorgeous page draft:

I turned it into a masculine lay-out with dark colours and some awesome chipboard pieces:

I used the three pretty banners below my photo. I layered the scallop border upon another border and decorated it with liquid pearls to make it stand out more. 


I also used these beautiful corners as details in the corners on my lay-out. 

Swirl Corners

In the right lower corner of my lay-out I used the beautiful "Memories Last Forever" title. Just like the banners and corners I gave it a vintage look with distress embossing powder.

Memories Last Forever

I used some of the awesome chevrons on a few random places on my lay-out as a finishing touch. 
Loolabelle's Single Chevrons

I hope you enjoyed my blogpost. Don't forget to leave me a comment for a chance to win a package full of gorgeous Imaginarium Design chippies! 

Who wouldn't love to win that? :)

Thank you for your visit to the Imaginarium Design blog today.
Have a great week!



  1. These are both totally gorgeous, Romy! I especially love the look of the pink embossing powder on the chippies, as well as that beautiful seam binding bow, on your first one!

  2. Hi Romy, both layouts are stunning but I especially love the masculine one with Jeroen on it! I really like what you did with the banners they are such a eyecatcher! ❤ hugs Amy