Monday, 11 September 2017

Wonderful Wednesday - Imaginarium Designs DT

 and Welcome to my September blog post - 
tentatively titled,
Wonderful Wednesday!!
Well, okay I obviously couldn't think of something better so kept it - 
as Wednesday are a wonderful...

I was going to make Christmas cards, bought some beautiful red papers,
had some fabulous chipboard pieces ready and then...
I was at a scrapbook store and saw a small paper pad with lovely images and soft colours, so
here you have the cards created from those papers with just a little chipboard - 

I can never have too many CARDS
 - it's always handy to have a variety ready at short notice!!

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they are all very simple,
Inked chipboard to add some colour

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this title inked with Oxides and then sprinkled with water - love that effect!

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The paper was so lovely I just added a chipboard frame for the sentiment -

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...and a little camera!

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How lovely are these little frames on cards - such a good size!!

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The frames hold a little flower perfectly on a bed of crackle medium - 

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A little bonus stamping for the background

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Do you love Oxides for colouring chipboard?
It just looks so good!!

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I was loving these funny photos,
so did a bit of scrapping too!

The Great Escape... from reality?

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Take 2 silly photos
2 beautiful daughters,
add a doiley, or two, 
a couple of handmade embellishments (Thanks Shaneen)

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a sprinkling of blooms

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some beautiful flourish chipboard pieces to go with the title

I recently visited SENZ in New Zealand, while I was there my friend Melissa and I had a little adventure on Sunday morning, we had a civilised coffee and cake in Centrepoint - 
we enjoyed the 360' views of Auckland and,
then there was an opportunity for some photos with an optical illusion,
of course Melissa had to get a funny photo...
and I documented the 'green screen' action - 

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I even included a squashed penny we rolled while we were there as a memento!!



Rufus Embellishments                    Leah Frame


Chevron Border                   Forever and Always

Chipboard is so easy to include on any papercrafting projects,
what piece will you choose for your next project?

Perhaps next month I'll get those Christmas cards completed?
Hope you'll come back to check...

Thank you for visiting,
Alison xx

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