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Welcome to Day 6 of the Couture Creations & Imaginarium Designs Blog Hop!  

We’re so excited to team up with Imaginarium Designs  sharing inspiring projects created with both our products with you this week. What could be more perfect than our Embossing Folders and Dies and Imaginarium Designs  gorgeous Chipboard designs.
Each day this week we will feature our Design Team projects and over on the Imaginarium Designs Blog they will also feature  their Design Team projects all created using Couture Creations and
Imaginarium Designs products. So loads of inspiring projects for you to help get your creative juices flowing.
We will link to the tutorials on each Design Team members blogs, please show all our designers some love and leave a comment on their blog. We’ll be giving away Two $100  prize packages filled with Couture Creations & Imaginarium Designs goodness at the end of the week, so be sure to play along and check back on both Imaginarium Designs and Couture Creations blogs Monday 4th August 2014 to see if you’re one of  the lucky winners!
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Hop over to the Imaginarium Designs Blog and see what their Design Team has created using their Chipboard and our Couture Creations products! They also have a  giveaway, so what are you waiting for – hop over!  oh and don't forget to follow our Design Team Blogs
And here is my layout i created for the bloghop
 I started off by creating a photo matt for my photo to sit on using Co'ordinations cardstock that i embossed using the Who What Wear Pretty in Pink embossing folder and then lightly sanded the top edge. I used the Cross hatch chipboard element and painted it with a layer of acid yellow paint followed by some stamping in black permanent ink. To spread the chipboard element a bit further to peak out the other side of my photo i simply cut it in half and then adhered it to my layout.
 My photo hid the open space left by the cut chipboard so i was happy, while it peaked out the other side just a bit more.
 To create a decorative border I cut the Art Deco Border several times. I used some of the cuts as a border at the bottom of my layout and the left overs were cut in half along the length and used on the edge of my layout.
 To create my title i used the Adventure lies around the corner phrase and embossed it using 2 different colours of embossing powder. I cut the Art Deco Border several times in different colours and used the coloured bits and popped them right back into the cut out pieces for a colorful border. I added some Gemstones to the border using my craft knife.
 To create my title i used two colours of embossing powder one on the upper and one on the lower half of the title.
 After heating the embossing powder to melt, i waited for it to cool down and then added a layer of gold burnishing paste with my finger.
 I then heated the chipboard phrase again and as the embossing powder heated and started to melt again the burnishing paste started to seep into the embossed layer. this gives it a beautiful mottled effect with shine (hard to photograph and capture) - quick and easy!
 A few cut out flowers, stenciling and embellishments finished off my layout!
And here are the wonderful products i used for my layout
Pretty In Pink | CO723665
 IDDL0001 Cross Hatch
Pop over to Imaginarium Designs Blog to see what
Brit & Alena created
and visit their blogs for more inspiration
Brit Sviggum
Alena Grinchuk
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