Hello to all! I hope you've been enjoying the Tombow/Imaginisce blog hop so far! It's my turn today to show how awesome these two companies look together!
I created a layout about an event that just happened a few days ago. For all of the 5th graders who had been good kids all year long, the school took them to the bowling alley for 5th grade celebration day. They got to bowl, play laser tag, play video games, and eat pizza. What a great way to reward these kids!!
So now let's take a look at how I used the Tombow products...
Instead of using the markers straight on the paper, I ran them over the Imaginisce Polaroid Snag'em stamp to create this small sheet of pattern paper.
And used it as one of the layers on my layout. I also used the markers to doodle some arrows. These makers were so much fun to use that I wanted to keep using them so I used them on one of the Dear Lizzy date stamps to add the "this is rad" and a couple of other sentiments. I also used the green marker to add the date in the upper right hand corner.
Imaginisce - Childhood Memories (pattern paper, sticker stackers, snag'em stamp, alpha stickers), I-Rock, Hot Rocks
Other - Tombow Dual Tip Markers, Tombow Mono Aqua glue, Silhouette, Dear Lizzy date stamp
A prize?!?! Of course there's a prize!! Be sure to visit all the projects featured this week and leave a comment for your chance to win! You also must "like" both Imaginisce and Tombow on Facebook. Here is what you could win....
A prize pack from Tombow
and a pack of Endless Summer!
Here is a list of all the participants today....
Melissa - www.INKclinations.blogspot.com
Aimee Kidd: http://www.aimeekidd.blogspot.ca/ YOU ARE HERE!!
Marcia Dehn-Nix: http://onescrapatatime-bymumsie.blogspot.ca/ NEXT!!
Suzanna Lee: http://www.lifestrivialities.typepad.com/
Cari Locken: http://myandmythoughts.blogspot.ca/
aimee i totally love this layout!! so super cute!!ReplyDelete
The cameras are fabulous! Great job on the doodling!ReplyDelete
How fun...love what you did!ReplyDelete
cool! love your page and making your background paper!ReplyDelete
Cute layouts. Love how you made your background paper.ReplyDelete
Great layout! Love the Polaroid background paper you created, cute!! TFSReplyDelete
Love your layout Aimee! The colors are so beautiful!ReplyDelete
beautiful layout! nice details!ReplyDelete
this is auch a super cute layout ! love all the elements of it, love love the poloriod with the picture coming out ☺ cute cute !ReplyDelete
Awesome layout! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
ABSOLUTELY LOVE your layout!!!!ReplyDelete
Fabulous layout and you are right, what a wonderful treat for those kids!ReplyDelete
Great layout. I love all those layers of different colors and patterns. Well done.ReplyDelete
cute layouts. Love the arrows. Very cool idea.ReplyDelete
Great Layout.. looks like the boys had an awesome time bowling! Very creative use of Tombow markers to ink your stamps and make your own back ground paper!ReplyDelete
Great layout--I like the patterned paper you made.ReplyDelete
Love the layout. Love the way you used the markers.ReplyDelete
Your layout is wonderful!!! I love the way you stamped a polaroid background...we still have one of those cameras! Thank you for sharing the idea and talent with us.ReplyDelete
Awesome layout, love what you did with the Polaroid stamp!ReplyDelete
Cute layout and IReplyDelete
like the way you
used the markers
to make the camera
Carla from Utah
Your layout is fantastic! Love all the layers and the way you used the markers and stamp to make your own pp. Such a fun layout!!ReplyDelete
That snag em stamp looks fun, I love how you made your own pattern paper with it! Those markers sure did the trick!ReplyDelete
I've been pretty good this year....I wanna go for bowling and pizza, too!!! :) Cute layout.ReplyDelete
wonderful layout...love the fun colours and the camera theme.ReplyDelete
Great layout and I love how you used the Markers!ReplyDelete
Super cute layout!! I LOVE the background paper you made!!ReplyDelete
TFS!! Take Care!!
like your striped backgroundReplyDelete
Great layers and colors.ReplyDelete
I love how you inked those stamps with markers. Great layout and use of elements.ReplyDelete
Colorful and unique way to cherish memories!ReplyDelete