Thursday, September 13, 2012

Imaginisce Product Spotlight And Core Guest Designer

Today I am home with a sick boy :( Only 5 weeks into the school year and already home with a fever. But I had to share a few things today. My Snag 'em Stamps Imaginisce layout is up on the Imaginisce blog today:
I stamped each of the monster mash stamps on white cardstock, colored them in with Spica and Copic markers, popped them up with Therm O Web 3D Adhesive Zots, and gave them a coating of Glossy Accents to give them an epoxy look:
I am also super excited to share one of my Core'dinations Guest Designer layouts that was up on the Core'dinations blog yesterday:
I used Core'dinations Vintage Cardstock for the sun (distressed with the Imaginisce d-stresser and torn Jenni Bowlin Core Impressions. I added the fabulous Echo Park For the Record 2 Documented. I love this new line! You can pick it up at Scrapbook.com HERE.
♥Rebecca

9 comments:

  1. Your Halloween page is so fun. Each of those little characters looks great. You did a great job stamping and coloring. Cool huge sun element on your second page!

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  2. Beautiful layouts!! I really love the 2nd one and how you made that sun. Such a fantastic page design!! I hope your boy gets better soon!!

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  3. oh i hate this time of year- hope your ds gets well quick and doesn't share with the family. wonderful fun Lo's and that sun is awesome as is your title. :)

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  4. wowowowowowowow that sunray on the Core really rocks BIG time Rebecca!

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  5. sorry to hear mr. man is sick, I hope he feels better soon! GREAT Halloween layout and GREAT pictures on the second--is that you with the blond hair?!

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  6. These are really great! That Halloween layout is SO FUN!

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  7. These are both great and I love that Halloween photo!

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  8. Love the Halloween layout and you can feel the fun the kids are having! Commented on the Core blog about what a fantastic idea using your distressor is!

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