Tuesday, March 06, 2012

Paris in Pink - Imaginarium Designs


I have an Imaginarium Designs project to share today. Actually it's for tomorrow, but it's already tomorrow in Australia, so here you go! For those of you looking to buy the Imaginarium Designs Chipboard, visit HERE for information. These chippies are NOT yet available in the USA, but hopefully they will be soon!

Here is my layout for today. What I love about being on this team is that I get to just "let it all hang out" in the creativity department. I can use whatever products I desire, as long as I use the ID chipboard. I had myself a blast with this Paris-themed layout!


I created a project with many layers, including a pocket. The long rectangle piece on the left side...that is Prima packaging! It was too pretty to toss, so I inked it up and used it!


To create the butterfly (IDS0001) and Paris word (IDW0002), I painted the chipboard with white acrylic paint. Then I sprayed the chipboard with Goosebumps Texture Spray. Once the spray dried, I inked with chalk ink.


I really had fun cutting out bits and pieces from Graphic 45 and 7 Gypsies papers, plus digging into my stash of flowers for just the right buds to accent my page! All the pink works great with the photo - which my husband took, and he framed those roses perfectly! So pretty!


I created some contrast by adding bits of black here and there. To make the scrolls, I used a frame (IDT0006), and cut it apart. I then inked it with black ink. Love the using black with the cream, kraft, and pink.


This layout reminds me of an old fashioned scrapbook or memo board. Photos and odds and ends. Romantic and soft and vintage.

Thanks for looking. Make sure to hop over to the Imaginarium Designs Blog to see what the other designers have been making!

Supplies:
Imaginarium Designs Chipboard: Medium Butterfly, Tiny Frames, Paris
Graphic 45 Papers: Kraft Reflections Glimpse of Paris; Curtain Call Tour de France, Moulin Rouge, Curtain Call Borders; Once Upon a Springtime Spellbound, Woodland Fantasy
7 Gypsies Papers: Lille
American Crafts: Peach Cardstock
Bazzill Basics: Sugar Cream Cardstock
Prima: product packaging
Clearsnap: Colorbox Graphic 45 Decades Antiquing Ink Dark Cashmere, Venetian Lace, Triumphant Red; Colorbox Fluid Chalk Ink Rose Coral, Rouge
Tattered Angels: Glimmer Mist Peach Delight, Crushed Shells
Close to My Heart: Archival Ink True Black
Tsukineko: Goosebumps Clear Texture Spray
Deco Art: White Acrylic Paint
Wild Orchid Crafts: Flowers
Teresa Collins: Clock
Craft supply: Glue
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L: Foam squares
Scotch 3M: Tape runner, foam tape

7 comments:

Sandie Edwards said...

Gorgeous Layout Gloria. Love the layers and how you put everything together, it is extremely classy. x

Lori C said...

Why is it you always want what you can't get? lol...those chippes are fantastic...so is you use of them. It all looks wonderful. TFS

Dolly B said...

Loving Paris and all things Paris, this layout jumped out at me. LOVE all the layering and all the bits and pieces you have used . Love the PP and the soft colours. Just a beautiful layout

Mary

Rose said...

gasp!! this is sooooo pretty!!!!

cat lacigale said...

this is grogeous ! I love the several layers of paper with little bits hiding behind

Nancy Wethington said...

This may be one of my favorite layouts in the history of man. Gloria, this is gorgeous!

sharon Ong said...

Hi Gloria! Its so lovely to meet you! :) and thank you for your kind words on my blog! You do such lovely work! I'll certainly be popping by every now and then for a peek!