Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Glue Arts and Imaginisce!

So, these peeps sent me an awesome box of goodies the week of Thanksgiving. I got a chance to play last week and these are the things I made!

These kiddos belong to the girl that did my nails. I thought they looked really cute with these Christmasy papers. Cut the circle after tracing it onto a paper. It was cut using scalloped scissors, but whatever I did, I held the scissors backwards. I still think it looks cool :)

A double layout of my Tucker in the snow.

Cut this box from a template (there are many out there that you can find for free online). Wrapped it in ribbon and placed a ribbon flower under a scalloped circle that I stamped with one of the Imaginisce stamps. In place of the stamp you could also write a name or initial and use them for place cards at a holiday dinner.

This card was made with a few different papers. Used the Glue Arts adhesive along the back of a strip of paper, pleated it as I attached it to the card. The sentiment is actually cut from a different piece of paper. You could make a ton of cards with these!

For this one I traced an ornament shape onto the papers and cut them out. I attached little ribbon loops using the Glue Arts adhesive to hold them in place.

These are ornaments I made. Cut out five scalloped circles in each paper, and used my Glue Glider Pro to attach them to each other (But I ran a length of ribbon through them before attaching the last two). Ran some beads onto the ribbon for a little detail and sparkle, then stamped onto two more circles and attached them back to back over the ribbon.

Hope you like these easy holiday projects!
Thank you to Glue Arts and Imaginisce for the fun stuff to play with!

Thursday, September 3, 2009

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