Imaginisce Blog Challenge

I found this blog by total accident and boy am I glad I did! The timing couldn't have been better as I had just received my Imaginisce Twitterpated Collection. All I can say is WOW! How cute is this paper!

Imaginisce is hosting their very first sketch challenge and I jumped at the chance to use my new goodies. It also helped me pop the card-making bubble I have been in lately and do some good-ole scrapbooking. (My pictures have been crying out to me from their box).

This is the first time I have used rub-ons and I have to say I'm hooked! I love the look! They are so easy to use and have a fresh, clean look. I will definitely be shopping for more :)

The flowers are called Foxy Flowers, also from the Twitterpated Collection, and they're so beautiful!

The paper is double-sided, giving lots of versatility. The picture doesn't show it, but the paper has a glassy aspect to it that's really nice. I guess it's time to invest in a photography box (can I talk the hubby into building me one? hint, hint) as these pictures don't capture all of the fine detail.

I would love to hear what you all think. Leave a comment and then jump on over to the Imaginisce Blog.

Thanks for looking!

My First Explosion Box...............

.................but definitely not my last! This was so much fun to do, a little labor intensive, but fun none the less.

The box itself is textured cardstock. I used the That's Amore paper pack from CTMH to cover it. The flowers were made from Cricut cartridges Accent Essentials and Walk in My Garden. Some of the leaves behind the flowers were cut using SCAL files. The leaves on top of the box I cut free hand and then ran it through my paper crimper. Love how that turned out!

Okay, so most of you came here to find the pattern for the pink baby shoe. To find the pattern, I just googled for a paper baby shoe which led me here. This site gave me some cool ideas for another project.

You can find instructions for the Explosion Box by visiting SCS.

As always, thanks for looking and would love to hear what you think!

A Get Well Soon card

Define Spolied

Hang In There!

So what is Flower Soft?

I'm glad you asked! Flower Soft is a product sold by this company that adds dimension to your projects. It's really fun to work with and I love the look.

But even better, now we can make our own! How cool is that! I can customize my "flower soft" to the colors that I want and they will match my Close To My Heart papers perfectly. How Fun!

(I will share the instructions here after my workshop)