Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Imaginisce and Glue Arts

Happy Wednesday to you!

What do you get when you mix things up between two fabulous companies?  A blog hop between those companies as well as some fabulous inspiration! 

The very generous folks over at Glue Arts sent on over some of their amazing products to the Imaginisce gals to play with.  In return, Imaginisce sent over some of our fun papers to the Glue Arts team.

I wanted to share with you the altered frame that I created with the Bon Voyage collection by Imaginisce and my Glue Arts adhesive products. 
I love this photo of our youngest guy when he was around 18 months.  This was a super hot day in August at Grandpa's farm.  That look on his face and those rosy red cheeks make me smile!
After I base coat painted my frame navy, I then attached my plane pattern paper.  Next, a die cut plane and cloud were attached using the U Cut It foam and Raise n's to vary the dimension.
The collage on the lower left began with the Tourist Class sticker stacker.  I covered one of our new 34mm brad daddies with the compass paper.  I added some U Cut It foam on the brad and Raise n's on my "Arrived" chipboard to vary the heights to work with the dimension in the Sticker Stacker.
The collage needed a little more interest, so I wanted to add a few of our Roly Rosies to it.  The PermaTac Mini's were perfect to attach them!

Here's another image to show texture and dimension:
Supplies used: Glue Arts - U Cut It, Glue Arts - Glue Glider Pro - PermaTac, Glue Arts - Raise n's, Glue Arts - Adhesive Squares - PermaTac Mini's, Far & Away and Incredible Journey 12x12 Papers, Bon Voyage Line, Imaginisce Luggage Tags Sticker Stacker, Bon Voyage, Imaginisce Travel the World Chipboard Sticker, Bon Voyage, Imaginisce Destination Die Cuts, Bon Voyage Line, Imaginisce Roly Rosies - Neutrals, Imaginisce Pop Up POsies - Neutrals, Imaginisce i-Top 2, 1 34 mm brad daddy, 34 mm i-top punch, 28mm i-top punch, Imaginisce i-Rock, 3 silver, 1 brushed gold, 1 black D-Stress Tool, Imaginisce Acrylic Star Pin, Maya Road Faded Jeans Distress Ink, Ranger Dollar Frame, Michael's, Other: White plastic star pin, Ribbon, Foam Brush, Baker's Twine

I hope you take a moment to stop on by the Imaginisce blog and the Glue Arts blog to check out all of the amazing inspiration over there!  Oh, and you know there are prizes if you pop on over too, right?!!

Have a super scrappity day and thank you Glue Arts!
~ Rhonda


Leah Crowe said...

Absolutely gorgeous work, Rhonda. I love all the depth created by using the different adhesives. Truly lovely photo too. :)

Trisha said...

This is a wonderful piece of art. Everything just pops and still your photo of you darling little boy shines. Great explanations of everything used. I am impressed. patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com